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Randy Rozek · Jesse Wilson

“The Bet"- Applying Wilson’s Victim to Victor Method Against Children’s Hospital- $8.3 Million Verdict

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On February 11, 2014, Nichole Rogers* was violently attacked in the waiting room of a children's hospital diabetes clinic. The attacker, a 16-year-old with a history of violence, inflicted severe injuries on Nichole, causing a traumatic brain injury (TBI) and PTSD. Nichole’s children, who witnessed the attack, were deeply traumatized, and her husband had to take on a caregiving role.

Security had previously agreed with the attacker's mother that the assailant would not be present at the clinic. However, this agreement was not enforced, and the attacker was able to enter the clinic and assault Nichole. The incident exposed severe lapses in security measures and highlighted systemic failures that put Nichole and her children at risk.

The case was brought against the children's hospital for negligent security. Randy Rozek’s security expert demonstrated an escalating pattern of violent behavior from the attacker's family that should have been identified and addressed by the clinic’s security. Despite insurance coverage of $26 million, the defendants refused to mediate, leading to a contentious trial.

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Key Challenges and Strategies:

1. Presenting A Difficult Client:

2. Proving Negligent Security:

3. Challenging Medical Testimonies:

4. Selecting and Influencing Jurors:

5. Securing Full Compensation:

Learning Outcomes: Participants will learn how to:

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