Cruser Mitchell Wins Hard-Fought Motion

In a case involving a plaintiff rear-ending the defendant’s vehicle at high speed (52 mph) causing the death of the Plaintiff’s wife, Cruser Mitchell obtained an order preventing the plaintiff from mentioning his wife during trial (as the estate claim was settled pre-suit), thus preventing sympathy for the plaintiff, due to the death of his wife, from being an issue that would impact the verdict at trial.

Order Granting Motions in Limine