Our 42 year old client was injured as she headed to her child’s school one winter morning and her stopped auto was rear-ended by a delivery truck. With severe neck and back injuries that required surgery but left her unable to return to the factory job she’d held for eleven years, our client suffered significant physical and monetary damages. After winning summary judgment before trial, the case settled for $2,450,000, securing our client’s financial future.
While motorcycling, our 35 year old client was broadsided by a Sheriff’s patrol car, suffering orthopedic injuries requiring multiple surgeries. While the Sheriff claimed that the cause of the accident was the need to respond to an emergency thus absolving the deputy from any fault, we proved this claim to be incorrect and a settlement of $475,000 was thereafter achieved.
When a young driver turned in front of our client’s van, he caused serious neck and back injuries, which may require future spinal surgery. The accident also permanently prevents our client from returning to work. A jury awarded total damages of $488,000 for loss of wages and pain and suffering.
A woman who sustained non-surgical neck, back and knee injuries stemming from a motor vehicle accident accepted a $360,000 settlement.
A 21-year-old woman who sustained a fractured wrist which required surgery as a result of a motor vehicle accident, accepted a $125,000 personal injury settlement.
A 34-year-old plaintiff fell 30 feet through improperly erected scaffolding, suffering several fractured bones and requiring surgery. Permanently limited to light duty work, this plaintiff settled for $800,000.