Catch James Scott Farrin Attorney Hoyt Tessener on Personal Injury Court

Did you know you can watch attorney Hoyt Tessener on TV?

Hoyt was hand-picked to be one of seven attorneys across the U.S. featured on the new daytime television show, Personal Injury Court. While unscripted court shows have been a staple of American TV for years, Personal Injury Court sets itself apart by featuring “some of the largest claims in TV history.” In the show, some of the claims amount to hundreds of thousands – even millions – of dollars.

When the producers contacted us about the opportunity, Hoyt immediately sprang to mind. Not only is he a legendary talented litigator, but he’s funny, personable, a commanding presence, and everything else people want to see on TV. - James S. Farrin

Personal Injury Court is led by Judge Gino Brogdon, a trial judge with 10 years of experience on the Fulton County, Georgia bench. In the course of the show, “Judge Gino” hears high-value personal injury cases and then decides who is responsible for paying the plaintiff’s damages, using reenactments, surveillance videos, eyewitness accounts, and expert testimony.

Hoyt, along with seven other attorneys from across the United States, provide commentary during the show to help the audience understand the legal concepts behind each case.

About Hoyt Tessener

For Hoyt, Personal Injury Court is familiar territory. With over 30 years of tried and true legal experience under his belt, he is no stranger to high-stakes cases. He has argued cases in both state and federal courts.

Earlier this year, Hoyt and his team won a $2.1 million* jury verdict on behalf of a client in Hoke County, North Carolina. It is believed to be one of the highest, if not the highest, jury verdicts for an individual in the history of the county. He was also very recently selected and appointed by NC Speaker of the House, Tim Moore, to be a member of the prestigious Governor’s Crime Commission.

In addition, Hoyt teaches a trial class at his alma mater, Campbell School of Law, in Raleigh, NC, where he is also the Chair of Campbell’s Board of Visitors.

Where and How to Watch Personal Injury Court

The show premieres Monday, September 16, 2019, and will run on various TV stations for half hour segments across the U.S. If you are in North Carolina, you can watch on the following stations and times:

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Please check your local listings for more information.

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*Each case is unique and must be evaluated on its own merits. The outcome of a particular case cannot be predicated upon a lawyer’s or a law firm’s past results