Several attorneys were behind a strategy that led to a $1.76 million verdict, as state and federal prisons and local jails across the country face renewed scrutiny on their methods of incarceration and the number of suicides at their facilities.

Solo practitioners Brad Sohn in Coral Gables and Gregory Henning in Boston were among the attorneys who represented the Estate of Jose F. Escano-Reyes.

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