Plaintiff, a nine-year-old boy, was a participant at the client’s summer camp.  During a swim activity, Plaintiff was pulled out of the pool with no pulse and no respiration after being underwater for 5 minutes.  After a being in the hospital for two weeks (including a week long medically induced coma), Plaintiff alleged he sustained an anoxic brain injury which resulted in the development of an everlasting cognitive disability. Plaintiff was represented by a sophisticated firm which specialized in brain injuries and had a record for obtaining multiple seven figure jury verdicts (the most recent being a 49 million dollar verdict). With only 2 million dollars in policy benefits, a disabled little boy, and multiple demands for the policy limits, through an aggressive defense on complicated medical issues, John and Jason were able to resolve the case for 1.2 million dollars.