Personal Injury Court
Personal Injury Court is an American syndicated nontraditional court show in which personal injury lawyer Gino Brogdon heard and ruled on personal injury cases.
Judge M. Gino Brogdon, Sr. must determine who is responsible for injuries sustained by plaintiffs in simulated cases.
- Judge Gino is very unlikeable as he always makes incorrect verdicts by awarding the plaintiffs and not the defendants. But sometimes the defendants win.
- In one case, Ms. Roberts wasn’t watching her daughter and she decided to let her play in the laundromat. Gino awarded her $96,000 because she was 40% responsible when in reality, it was her fault.
- In another case, Mr. Bell called the radio station called ‘KRUD’ to enter a contest to get his forehead tattooed to win $250,000 to save his family’s house because they have a foreclosure. It was an April Fools Day prank. Gino awarded him $510,000. If he would’ve clicked the link for rules or read the fine print, none of this wouldn’t happened. In other words, it was his fault, not the radio station.
- The lawsuits are ridiculous and expensive.
- Gino seems to ignore every defendant’s story, and that’s the cause of him awarding the plaintiffs by not paying attention to them.
- The plaintiffs are blaming the defendants that they didn’t do anything wrong to their injuries and the defendants keep making up lies.
- Poor acting from both sides.
- Gino sometimes makes fair verdicts.
- Gino also sometimes kicks the plaintiffs/defendants out when they are having bad behavior or talking back to him.
- Doctors can testify what is the cause of the plaintiff's injuries.
This show has a IMDb score of 5.2/10.
- This show is a reenactment program with actors, rather than using actual cases.