Wrongful Termination Case – Confidential Settlement
Back Injury from Work Accident
Our client was represented by another attorney for a back injury she sustained at work. The prior attorney did not obtain any settlement offers. Our office took over the handling of the case. After a few months, we were able to resolve her case for full value.
Knee Injury At Work
A security guard was injured when he fell on his knees while walking. The insurance company denied that our client sustained any serious injury. Our office helped the client to achieve maximum medical recovery. Shortly thereafter, we were able to obtain full value settlement for his permanent injury.
Homeowners Insurance Personal Injury Case
Our client was working on the Defendant’s roof. While performing his job duties, he injured his back. Our client asserted that the homeowner caused the injury. The Defendant stated the accident was not his fault. This was a word versus word case. There were no independent witnesses or camera footage of the accident. Our office was able to obtain full settlement value without the need for filing his case in court.
Uninsured Employer Case
Client was injured while loading a car to a tow truck. The employer denied that the client worked for him. Our office went to trial and obtained a favorable Decision against the employer.
Neck injury with successful surgery
Client fell at a construction site and required neck surgery. The treating doctors said the client recovered 100% and had no permanent damage. Defense didn’t make an offer so we set the case for trial. Our office recovered $175,000 for the client.
T-Bone Car Accident
Our client was making a legal left turn when the Defendant ran a red light and T-boned his vehicle. Our client was able to escape without any serious injury. He had a minor disc bulge in his lower back. The Defendant’s automobile insurance made a low-ball offer. Our office filed his case in Court. We retained experts and took the deposition of the Defense expert. Within three weeks after the deposition, our office resolved the client’s case for full value.
Back Injury Case
Our client injured her back while lifting a pot at work. The insurance company denied that our client sustained any serious injury. After intense negotiations, our office was able to maximize our client’s recovery.
Takeover from Prior Attorney
Client was represented by prior attorney who recommended a settlement of $60,000. Our office was able to settle for double their settlement amount.
Take Over of Neck Injury Case From prior Attorney
Our client had a physically demanding job. Over time, she developed symptoms in her neck. She was represented by another attorney. The attorney settled part of her case for $30,000. Our office took over representation of the case. After a few months, we were able to obtain full value for the client.
Long Time Employee
Client was working as a maintenance worker for an apartment complex. He was laid off after he got injured. The client had a case against them previously for his knees, which settled before we took on the case. We represented the client for a back injury. The neutral doctor said no surgery was required. Fortunately, we got our client maximum compensation at $115,000.00.
Continuous Trauma Injury vs. Major Department Store
Our client had sustained injury to multiple body parts while performing her job duties. These injuries occurred as a result of her repetitive physically demanding job. At the client’s deposition, the defense offered our client $5,000.00 to settle her workers compensation case. We continued to fight the insurance company until we recently settled the case for maximum value at $100,000.00.
Lumbar Spine and Knee Injury
Our client was injured at work. He had a knee surgery which was paid through workers comp. Also, he had conservative treatment for his back. The client didn’t want another surgery. Our office maximized the client’s compensation at $100,000.00.
Car Accident (Low Impact & Serious Pre-existing Injury)
Our client was waiting at a red light. The Defendant reversed his car into her at 1-5 MPH. Prior to the accident, our client was already treating for her Cervical Dystonia condition. This condition causes the neck to move on its own. There is no known cure for this condition. Her pain levels were reported to her doctor as a 10/10 prior to the accident. The Defense insurance denied that their insured caused any injury since the accident was such a low impact and because our client had serious pre-existing condition. The insurance company offered $5,000, so we filed a lawsuit. After intense litigation, multiple hearings, depositions and mediation, our office was able to obtain justice for our client.