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Last week the University of San Diego School of Law recognized Dave as a Distinguished Alumni for his contributions to the profession and his law school.  Dave has taught trial practice at the law school and continues to stay involved with the students, professors, and the administration.  Next to Dave are fellow recipients Mike Weaver, Hon Louisa S. Porter (Ret.) and Dean Stephen Ferrulo.
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Manny Valdez from Ringler Associates recently posted a short video of their work with Dave Fox in a very difficult wrongful death motorcycle accident case.  A Border Patrol agent responded to a minor traffic incident on a highway.  He parked his car in the middle of the road behind a blind corner, rather than on the side of the road, and caused vehicles behind him to stop short.  One motorcyclist crashed and tragically died at the scene.   The Border Patrol denied any wrongdoing for years and blamed the motorcyclist for racing. 
 
On behalf of the motorcyclist’s widow and son, Dave and his trial team secured a 100% liability verdict against the Border Patrol.  Days before phase 2, the damages trial, was set to start the United States agreed to settle for $5 million dollars.  Ringler Associates played an integral part in the process by structuring the clients’ settlement to meet their present and future needs. 

Last week, Dave Fox and his trial team obtained a $766,000 verdict for his client Angelica O’Connell. Ms. O’Connell slipped and fell on some water at an Olive Garden and suffered injury to nerves in her hip. The defense argued there was no problem with the floor and there was really no true injury.

The jury thought differently, and awarded a great result to a wonderful family.

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Dave was nominated by the San Diego Plaintiffs' Bar as an Outstanding Trial Lawyer.

This award stemmed from a great jury verdict and $1.1 million judgment he received for his client. The client was crossing the street outside of a crosswalk, got hit by a car, and suffered a broken ankle.
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