< Motorist vs. Motorist and Employer The client was operating her vehicle and was rear-ended by another vehicle. The client sustained a cervical disc herniation which required surgical repair.
Guest vs. Owner The client was a guest of the defendant’s home. The client fell 20 feet from the roof to the ground as he was starting to go down the ladder which the defendant had handled. The client lost an eye from the accident. The client also suffered from fractures to his back and …
Motorist vs. Motorist The client suffered from a head contusion laceration and spinal cord injury after colliding with a motorist who failed to stop at a red light.
Patron vs Fitness Club The client was in a sauna at a fitness club when a protective fence collapsed and the client fell into the coal pit. The client sustained second degree burns on her back. The fitness club admitted liability, but only offered $150,000 prior to trial and $300,000 at trial to settle the …
Pedestrian vs. Motorist The client was walking in a marked crosswalk and was struck by a vehicle. The client sustained a mild closed head injury. The driverâ€™s insurer claimed that the client only suffered soft tissue injuries.
Pedestrian vs. Motorist The client was walking in a crosswalk, and was struck by a vehicle making a left turn. The client fractured his leg and sustained nerve injury.
Motorist vs. Motorist The client’s vehicle was struck when the defendant turned left into the client’s lane of travel. The client sustained a torn rotator cuff injury
Client vs. Dog Owners The client tripped and fell trying to avoid a pit bull dog which was not on a leash. The dog owners claimed the dog was going over to the client just to say hello. The client sustained a fractured hip in the fall.
Client vs. Truck Driver The client was struck by a loose big rig tire and suffered from neck, back, shoulder injuries, and swollen face.
Patron vs. Restaurant The client fell and broke her shoulder when she tried to open the door to exit a restaurant. The investigation revealed that a partially rolled rug had blocked the door on prior occasions, making it not reasonably safe.