02.500 Verdict; Form of (Note: The following verdict form will suffice in most cases. Cases involving multiple parties and special issues may require different verdict forms. These verdict forms and any stipulations should be discussed with attorneys at pretrial.) If you believe from (a preponderance of the evidence) (clear and convincing evidence) that the plaintiff is entitled to recover damages, you would find for the plaintiff and the form of your verdict would be, "We, the jury, find for plaintiff in the sum of (blank) dollars." (Where I have used the word "blank," you would insert such sum in dollars and cents as you think the plaintiff is entitled to recover.) If you do not think the plaintiff is entitled to recover based upon the evidence presented, you should find for the defendant, and the form of your verdict would be, "We, the jury, find for the defendant."