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In a highly publicized auto negligence case, Neufeld was co-counsel with his partner David Kleinberg in Edwin Mejia and Nelly Mejia vs. Manheim Auctions Government Services. In a horrific car accident, Edwin Mejia was left severely brain damaged requiring round-the-clock care. In a highly contested case, the lawyers won the largest verdict in state history for an automobile accident case, resulting in a $23.5 million damage award In Riles v. Bonaventure Golf Course, et al, the jury agreed with Alan after a two-week trial that resulted in the highest jury verdict ever recorded in the U.S. against a country club. When a golfer's errant shot veered off course, a golf ball hit Mr. Riles in the eye while he was working as a general contractor on a nearby house, and he was blinded. The defense called the accident an unforeseeable incident, but Neufeld persisted. He enlisted a golf course architect/designer as his expert witness who determined that the course had a defective design. Consequently, the jury rendered a verdict against the country club for over $2.9 million, later upheld by the 4th District Court of Appeals, resulting in the plaintiff collecting over $3.3 million.
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