Katie Johnson and Rachel Jennings obtained a favorable verdict in an admitted liability case on behalf of a large retailer. The plaintiff claimed a permanent injury to her hand and wrist after falling merchandise struck her dominant hand. At the outset of trial, the plaintiff sought over $1,000,000 in economic losses for past medical expenses and wage loss, and future wage loss for the claimed inability to return to work. She also sought noneconomic damages and physical impairment damages for the loss of function of her dominant hand. After a five day jury trial, the jury awarded $30,157.57 in past medical expenses and wage loss, and $0 for noneconomic losses or physical impairment. The plaintiff failed to beat the retailer’s pre-trial offer of settlement, resulting in a judgment for the retailer for trial costs.