The following are examples of some of our past cases with substantial recoveries—
Birth Injuries. Delayed caesarian sections causing the deaths of newborns.
Brain Damage. A child was injured in a bicycle collision when a passenger car struck the child. Accident reconstructed with computer animation. Substantial confidential resolution.
Vehicle Rollover. A 22-year-old was paralyzed as a result of a rollover collision.
Products Liability. Multiple deaths as a result of a defective television causing a house to catch on fire.
Auto Insurance. Hard-fought insurance dispute in connection with responsibility for the death of a learning disabled student.
Swimming Pool. Recovery for client who was paralyzed as a result of a diving injury in an above-ground swimming pool.
Inadequate Security. Recovery against fast food chain as a result of the sexual assault of a store employee during a hold-up.
Medication Mistake. Recovery against a hospital and doctors for overmedicating and restraining an elderly patient.
Machine Guarding. Recovery for individuals who suffered amputations of fingers as a result of defective paper cutting machines and snow blowers.
Various recoveries for clients who fell on stairs, in supermarkets, and in department stores on defective floors, sidewalks, and also when ice and snow were improperly cleared.
Significant recovery for a motorcycle operator who died when his motorcycle collided with an inadequately illuminated truck parked on highway.
Auto Accidents. Numerous automobile accident resolutions for simple and complex injuries, including representing victims of drunk drivers.
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