$1,982,000.00 – Low impact Motor Vehicle Accident with minimal property damage.
Our client’s vehicle was struck by three other motor vehicles due to icy road conditions. Client ultimately had three unsuccessful lumbar spinal fusion surgeries and reported ongoing pain.
$925,000.00 – Wrongful Death/Motor Vehicle Accident that caused a fractured humerus.
After conservative treatment, an open reduction internal fixation surgery was performed. Client suffered a stroke soon after the surgery and ultimately passed away.
$865,000.00 – Motor Vehicle Accident resulting in a fractured humerus.
Client underwent three surgical procedures and lost a considerable use of her right hand.
$850,000.00 – Sexual Abuse Case against a Pennsylvania High School.
The Client was a 17 year old female, who had sexual relations with an adult male School District Employee.
$775,000.00 – Medical Malpractice Verdict.
Client suffered an ankle fracture that required an open reduction internal fixation surgical procedure. The Complaint alleged that the surgeon failed to properly re-align the ankle fracture, which resulted in an additional surgical procedure and permanent nerve damage.
$650,000.00 – Dram Shop Case.
Our client suffered a traumatic brain injury when struck by a drunk driver. The case was tried on liability and Plaintiff was successful in obtaining a 60% verdict against the drunk driver and 40% against the bar. The case settled during the second trial regarding damages.
$600,000.00 – Dram Shop/Wrongful Death Case.
Our client was over-served by a bar establishment and was killed in a motor vehicle accident. We obtained the policy limits from the other vehicle and settled with the bar (which had no insurance coverage).
$495,000.00 – Wrongful Death – Accidental Death and Dismemberment ERISA Case.
We achieved a verdict of the policy limits. Counsel was successful at a bench trial, convincing the Judge that the insurance company improperly denied the client the accidental death benefits under the insurance policy. This matter went on appeal to the Third Circuit Court of Appeals and we were successful in the appeal (which made new law in this Jurisdiction). Counsel was also awarded interest and attorney’s fees.
$475,000.00 – Medical Malpractice/Wrongful Death case.
Plaintiff suffocated to death after a trachea tube was incorrectly re-inserted. This case went on appeal to the Supreme Court of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and we were successful in being granted a new trial.
$437,000.00 – Medical Malpractice/Wrongful Death case.
The decedent passed away after an improperly treated coronary condition caused a heart attack, which resulted in death.
$361,250.00 – Property Damage Verdict.
Slip and fall on snow and ice on a driveway of a vacation home in the Poconos. Client suffered a bi-mal ankle fracture, which was treated with an open reduction internal fixation surgical procedure.
$342,550.00 – Workers Compensation Verdict.
Our client suffered a cervical spine injury, which resulted in cervical spine fusion surgery. The Workers Compensation carrier refused to cover the injury as a work-related injury. We were successful at trial and received a large verdict, which included attorney’s fees, costs and interest.
$325,000.00 – Motor Vehicle Accident Case with very difficult liability.
Our client suffered a traumatic brain injury and stroke. Obtained the policy limits in settlement, as well as under-insured compensation.
$280,000.00 – Property Damage Settlement.
Client fell down a dangerous set of stairs at a commercial establishment, which caused a shoulder fracture and surgery.
$190,000.00 – Bar Fight Assault Case/Dram Shop.
Our client was assaulted by another patron at the bar, resulting in multiple face fractures and surgery.
$160,000.00 – Workers Compensation Case.
Our client suffered an MCL tear that was surgically repaired.
$140,000.00 – Amusement Park Accident Case.
Minor client suffered ankle lacerations from an unsafe roller-coaster.
$125,000.00 – Trucking Accident Case with Drunk Driver.
Obtained the policy limits from the negligent driver, as well as the policy limits for the under-insured policy.