Chris Regan's practice focuses on complex litigation, jury trials, and appellate work. He has obtained substantial jury verdicts, including multi-million dollar results, in cases of workplace injury, insurance bad faith, trucking wrecks, negligence, wrongful death, medical malpractice, nursing home abuse and professional negligence. Several of his cases have resulted in awards of punitive damages, attorney's fees and litigation sanctions against the defendants. Chris focuses his attention on the worst corporate actors, involved in intentional wrongdoing toward citizens both in and out of the courtroom. Notable jury verdicts in Chris' cases include Kilgore v. Bedi ($890,000.00, Medical Malpractice, 2013), Doe v. Utility, Inc. (2011, approximately $7,000,000.00 plus a further $1,700,000.00 in attorney's fees and expenses), Roe v. Industrial Corporation, (2011, approximately $5.600,000.00, including $4,000,000.00 in attorney fees), Karpacs v. Murthy (2008, $4,000,000.00, plus attorney's fees) and Boggs v. Camden-Clark Memorial Hospital (2006, $6,545,000.00), all tried with Geoff Brown, as well as Meredith v. Heartland of Clarksburg (2002, $50,000,000.00), tried with Jim Bordas. The Boggs award was later increased by approximately $1,400,000.00 through an unprecedented award of litigation sanctions against Camden-Clark. In 2009, in Brooke County West Virginia, Chris, Geoff Brown and Jamie Bordas selected a jury in the case of Haught v. Weirton Medical Center, and following jury selection, Weirton Medical Center elected to confess judgment in open court for $2,060,000.00 rather than face trial. Crystal Rogerson and David Haught, the clients in that case, later received the Advocate for Justice Award for their determination to obtain a public settlement from the hospital.