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Reina Castro v Bang Deok, et. al: Case No.: BC540307
Santa Monica, California- The Dominguez Firm wins a record-setting $2,534,613 jury verdict on April 26, 2017 in the Santa Monica Superior Court on behalf of a security guard that sustained a knee injury when a defective metal gate, missing the rubber stopper, fell on her. The owner of the car wash property, where the gate was located, had refused to accept responsibility.
Made Possible by the support of The Dominguez Firm
Band members attend school in Xalapa, Veracruz, Mexico
Los Angeles — The Dominguez Firm, a Los Angeles-based law firm, is helping the Búhos Marching Band fulfill the honor of being selected to march in the Rose Parade. The law firm has made a donation to help defray travel and other expenses that will enable the student band from No. 3 Industrial Technical High School in Xalapa, Veracruz, Mexico, perform in the world famous Rose Parade on Jan. 2, 2017, in Pasadena.
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Honors Legal Career and Charitable Work
(Los Angeles, CA) Feb. 18, 2014 – Juan J. Dominguez, a prominent Los Angeles-based attorney, was honored with the Special Recognition Award from the Mexican-American Bar Association (MABA) at its 54th Annual Awards Gala on Feb. 15, 2014. The award recognizes Dominguez’s 25 outstanding years in the legal profession as well as his ongoing commitment to charitable, community and educational causes.
Javier Perez v. Caleb David Sunde: Case No.: BC530720
The Dominguez Firm wins a $29,062,351 record setting jury verdict on October 26, 2016 on behalf of a 19y.o pedestrian that sustained a head injury when he was struck by a car at a crosswalk in 2013. Defendant, a medical doctor, refused to accept responsibility insisting all along Javier (then a juvenile) was carelessly riding his skateboard in the cross-walk.
Gomez v. Wise, et al.
In November of 2016 The Dominguez Firm obtained a $2.5M policy limits result in an auto v auto accident case where clients’ vehicle had stalled in the freeway and was then rear-ended by defendant injuring a family of 5. It was alleged that clients did not have their flashers lights on when they were stalled on the freeway prior to impact.