MILLIONS AND MILLIONS FOR CLIENTS
A truck tried to pass in an unsafe area on a highway and collided with our client’s vehicle head-on. Our client’s wife was a passenger in his car and she was fatally injured. The defendant company was headquartered overseas and claimed it was not responsible for the actions of its driver in the United State, but after some aggressive discovery, the defendant’s insurance company paid its policy limit to settle our client’s wrongful death claim.
A vehicle collision with a horse experienced by our client on the highway.
BAD FAITH CLAIM AGAINST INSURANCE CO.
A very large settlement for an insurer’s failure to pay benefits due to our client under his auto accident policy
WRONGFUL DEATH TRUCK ACCIDENT
A truck attempted to make an unsafe U-turn. It was evening, and due to the poor lighting, our client’s wife could not see the truck and ran into it and was killed. We used a lighting expert to show that she could not reasonably have been expected to see the truck.
WRONGFUL DEATH TRUCKING ACCIDENT
A fatal collision with a semi-truck on the highway
This was a verdict recovered at trial in U.S. District Court for a client who sought treatment at the VA for severe headaches and cognitive issues. Based on his symptoms, the VA should have taken an MRI scan of our client’s head but did not. It was later determined that our client had a brain tumor which was then too far advanced and could no longer be operated on.
Our client’s ankle was crushed in an auto accident. The injury prevented him from being able to continue with his job driving a delivery truck.
Our client was pulling out at an intersection very early in the morning when visibility was poor. He was struck by a driver who did not have her headlights on. He was a bricklayer and mason by trade and took great pride in his work. His injuries affected his ability to work as long and hard as he had in the past. The collision also caused some cognitive problems, including difficulty with his memory.
Our client was driving his pick up down the road when the wheel on a trailer
Our client was accidentally locked in a cold storage unit with no way to open the door from the inside. He nearly froze to death. The owner of the cold storage was found to be negligent for not having a safety release on the inside of the door.