Settlements and Verdicts

When you work with us, you’ll gain not only a world-class team but also a wealth of professional experience. Read about some of our significant cases below. (amounts actually recovered by our clients)
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Medical Malpractice Cases

  • $4.2 million (brain damaged baby);
  • $2.4 million (brain damaged baby);
  • $1.7 million (brain damaged baby);
  • $1.4 million (misdiagnosis);
  • $1.1 million (failure to diagnose breast cancer);
  • $400,000.00 (wrongful death);
  • $250,000.00 (erbs palsy);
  • $200,000.00 (bed sore).

 

Product Liability Cases

  • $3.35 million (defective elevator switch);
  • $1,000,000.00 (defective stroller severed toddlers finger)
  • $600,000.00 (defective forklift);
  • $350,000.00 (defective grinder)

 

Trip & Fall Cases

  • $700,000.00;
  • $500,000.00;
  • $375,000.00;
  • $300,000.00

 

Construction Site Accident Cases

  • $4.5 million (ladder slipped out and construction worker fell);
  • $3.7 million (construction worker fell from a height);
  • $3 million (construction worker trips over pipe;
  • $2.5 million (construction worker fell from a scaffold);
  • $2.5 million (construction worker stepped into an uncovered opening);
  • $2.25 million (construction worker fell from an unsecured ladder which was on top of a scaffold);
  • $2 million (construction worker fell from scaffold)
  • $2 million (window collapsed injuring construction worker);
  • $2 million (construction worker strikes head on low hanging obstruction and falls from scaffold);
  • $1.9 million (construction worker fell from unsecured ladder);
  • $1.5 million (construction worker tripped and fell due to presence of construction material and debris);
  • $1,287,500 (construction worker falls from makeshift scaffold);
  • $1.25 million (maintenance worker falls from scaffold);
  • $1.1 million (steel worker falls from an unprotected beam);
  • $1 million (construction worker struck in back by falling pipe;
  • $1 million (construction worker fell when unsecured sheet metal he was on collapsed);
  • $850,000.00 (construction worker fell from roof due to improper safety equipment and failure to secure roof);
  • $732,500 (construction worker trips over unsecured wire);
  • $650,000.00 (construction worker fell from unsecured wooden beam);
  • $625,000.00 (construction worker fell off of an un-barricaded/unguarded loading dock/platform);
  • $600,00 (construction worker is struck by falling materials while working in a trench);
  • $600,000.00 (floor where construction worker was working collapsed during demolition);
  • $550,000.00 (construction worker jumped and fell to avoid being struck by glass enclosure of a crane cab which was shattered);
  • $500,000 (construction worker injured in a fall).