Gomez v. Tucson Yellow Cab Co

In Gomez v. Tucson Yellow Cab Co., 127 Ariz. 563, 622 P.2d 510 (App. 1980), the trial court "instructed the jury that the original verdicts constituted a finding of liability" and gave them two new forms of verdict on which to enter damages. Id. at 564, 622 P.2d at 511. The court thus did not allow the jury to reconsider liability. In this case, the court complied fully with Rule 49(c) by pointing out the inconsistency and instructing the jury that "if" it intended to find for Flanders, the compensatory damage number had to be the same.