Missouri Lawyers Weekly selects John Witten and Tim Frets as 2019 Top 5 Defense Verdict and Judgment recipients

By January 9, 2020 January 24th, 2020 Awards and Accomplishments, Client Results

Leawood, KS – January 9, 2020 – Tim Frets and John Witten, lawyers with Rouse Frets White Goss Gentile Rhodes, will be honored by Missouri Lawyers Weekly as recipients of a Top 5 Defense Verdict and Judgment for 2019.

Tim and John were selected for a defense jury verdict rendered in Piatt v. Rosbrugh,  case in a Clay County, Missouri.  It was the second best defense verdict in Missouri in 2019 per criteria set by Missouri Lawyers Media.

Each year, Missouri Lawyers Media determines the biggest civil victories in Missouri courts. As part of their annual Missouri Lawyers Awards, they honor the Missouri-licensed attorneys who achieved the largest verdicts, settlements, judgments and defense wins of the past 12 months. The winners will be honored at the 2020 Missouri Lawyers Awards held January 24 in St. Louis. Visit Missouri Lawyers Weekly for more information.

About John Witten:

John joined Rouse Frets in 2007 and has significant litigation experience in state and federal courts throughout Missouri and Kansas. He has successfully tried multiple cases to verdict and practices in Missouri and federal appellate courts.

About Tim Frets:

Tim, a founding member of the law firm, is an experienced trial attorney who has handled hundreds of medical malpractice cases in a number of states, including Missouri, Kansas, Alabama, Louisiana and Texas.  He has served as lead defense counsel representing physicians, hospitals, dentists, nurses and pharmacists in cases involving virtually every medical specialty.

About the law firm:

Rouse Frets White Goss Gentile Rhodes deploys skilled and client-focused practice groups to engineer favorable solutions in efficient and effective ways.  For more, visit www.rousepc.com.

Choice of an attorney is an important decision and should not be based solely upon a website or advertisements. In reviewing achievements by the law firm or its attorneys, remember that past results afford no guarantee of future results; every matter is different and must be judged on its own merits. And, although our lawyers may practice in subject areas, neither the Supreme Court of Missouri nor The Missouri Bar reviews or approves certifying organizations or specialty designations for Missouri licensed attorneys.