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A sampling of some of the successful verdicts, judgments, and settlements, Eric Ferrer has obtained over his 39-year career as an attorney. 


$ 51,400,000 Verdict | Catastrophic injury to a 5-year-old after falling from a New Orleans streetcar.

$14,100,000 Verdict | Sexual abuse of a cognitively disabled child in high school.

$9,400,000 Verdict | Sexual abuse of 16-year-old by a police officer.

$ 3,000,000 Verdict  | Wrongful death of a 60-year-old man in jail.

$ 2,400,000 Verdict | Wrongful death by shooting during an alleged traffic violation.

$ 2,251,000 Judgment | Verdict for disability discrimination by homeowner’s association.

$ 2,100,000 Verdict | Police shooting of a 70-year-old man.

$ 2,100,000 Verdict | Negligent shooting of a fellow police officer.

$1,800,000 Verdict | Wrongful death of an 83-year-old man hit by a bus after he was allowed to roam from an assisted living facility. 


$ 16,000,000 | Wrongful death of football player resulting from an asthma attack during illegal NCAA practice.

$ 14,000,000 | Substitute teachers’ claim for statutory wages unpaid by the State of Hawaii.

$ 6,100,000 | Sexual molestation of students by a teacher.

$ 5,000,000 | Shooting death of a man at home during wrongful execution of search warrant for alleged marijuana cultivation.

$ 3,700,000 | Case involving a motor vehicle accident resulting in the death of parents of four children.

$ 3,000,000 | Case involving shooting death of a man at home during wrongful execution of a search warrant.

$ 1,600,000 | Sexual molestation of a student at school by a teacher.

$ 1,500,000 | Insurance bad faith case.

$ 1,500,000 | Wrongful death of arrestee due to positional asphyxiation from hogtying. 

$ 1,300,000 | Shooting death of a cognitively disabled young man at his home by police.

$ 1,000,000 | Disability discrimination by homeowner's association.

$ 800,000 | Wrongful termination case.

Practice Areas

Learn more about Eric's career, or understand his individual practice areas:

Personal Injury

HOA / Condo Disputes

Civil Rights

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