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Profile: John Tyson, BS, MS, JD, PE, FACFEI

AR Tech Forensic Experts Inc.
18075 Ventura Blvd, Ste 209
Encino, CA 91316
Phone: 818-952-7209 Cell 818-317-1964
Fax: 818-952-7209

Published Cases

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$955,000 RECOVERY - Wrongful death - Premises liability - 20-month-old girl fell to her death from third story apartment window located 24 inches above floor - Alleged negligence by landlord in failing to install window guards or warn of imminent danger to children.
The plaintiffs alleged that their infant daughter fell to her death due to the negligence of the landlord in failing to install window guards or warn of imminent danger to small children because the window was located only 24 inches from the floor. Defendants denied that a dangerous condition existed.

On November 16, 2002 the plaintiffs’ decedent, a 20-month-old girl, was playing with her... - from The National Jury Verdict Review and Analysis (48746)
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DEFENDANT'S VERDICT Slip and fall on allegedly dangerous stairway - fractured left wrist - sympathetic dystrophy - soft tissue injuries to back and neck.
This was an action brought by the 41-year-old female plaintiff who slipped and fell down a flight of stairs on the premises owned by the defendant. The plaintiff alleged that the stairway was defective in numerous respects, thus causing her to fall.

The subject accident occurred on October 20, 1987. The plaintiff fell at the top of the interior stairway in question.... - from The National Jury Verdict Review and Analysis (10797)
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$41,629 VERDICT Motor Vehicle Negligence - Auto vs. truck collision - Negligence admitted, but causation contested based upon seatbelt defense - gall bladder surgery and concurrent exploratory laparotomy allegedly caused by subject accident - significant psychological damage to each plaintiff claimed.
This lawsuit arose out of a two vehicle accident involving an automobile in which the three plaintiffs were riding and a truck owned by the defendant corporation and operated by the co- defendant driver. Negligence on the part of the truck operator was conceded, but the issues of causation and damages were disputed.

The evidence indicated that the defendant’s 18-wheel truc... - from The National Jury Verdict Review and Analysis (11213)
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