After 28 years apart, Philip Freidin and Joel Brown, of Freidin Brown, P.A., reunited to win a $1.44 verdict on behalf of a man injured in a trucking accident.
Freidin and Brown are childhood friends, who last worked a case together in 1985 when they were co-counsel for the parents of Mercedes Soto, a 12-year-old girl who died after a doctor failed to diagnose a burst blood vessel in her brain. The medical malpractice case resulted in a $2 million jury award.
It certainly meant a lot to us to have won our last case together and then our first case together," Freidin said.
Brown, who is practicing personal injury, malpractice and family law, has possible trials lined up for March and May.
To read more, check out the Daily Business Review: Childhood Friends Win Another Case 28 Years Apart