The results of a particular case cannot be based upon a lawyer's or firm's past results. Each case is different. The value of a case can depend on a number of factors, such as: the facts concerning liability in the case, potential defenses asserted in the case, the harm both monetary and personal suffered by the injured person, the legal complexity of the case, whether the defendant was insured or not, the available insurance coverage in the case, and whether the case was resolved through negotiation, at trial, or in arbitration.

$215,000 settlement for an injured client

Automobile accident caused by the defendant's negligence results in a $215,000 settlement for an injured client who had suffered an ankle fracture caused by the accident. The client required an open reduction/internal fixation surgical procedure.

$550,000 settlement reached after a client suffered serious injuries as a result of a stairwell fall

It was disputed as to whether the stairway complied with the building code as well as whether the building code even applied to the matter given the age of the building. Comparative negligence was also alleged.

$85,000 settlement reached for a client’s medical malpractice claim.

The client suffered an injury to the peroneal nerve as a result of the surgeon’s deviation from the appropriate standard of care in the performance of knee surgery. Fortunately for the plaintiff the nerve injury resolved over time.

$100,000 were paid to a client who suffered a serious wrist injury

The defendant’s insurance policy limits of $100,000 were paid to a client who suffered a serious wrist injury as a result of an automobile accident caused by the defendant's negligence.

Total settlement of $245,000 for a client who sustained injuries as a result of a head-on collision during a snowstorm.

The other operator lost control of her vehicle and drifted into the client's lane of travel. The accident caused the client to sustain knee, neck and lower back injuries.

$250,000 settlement secured for client who was rear-ended while stopped for traffic light.

Client had a pre-existing low back condition but following this collision, she was compelled to undergo a2 level lumbar fusion. Recovery was secured for the policy limits from both the at-fault driver’s insurer as well as from the client’s underinsured motorist insurance company.

Settlement in the amount of $227,000 was reached where our client suffered serious facture injuries to her ankle and leg.

The other driver exited a parking lot without looking to see if traffic was approaching. As a result our client’s car smashed into the side of the other driver’s car. Our client underwent an operation to repair the damage. During surgery a metal rod, in addition to other hardware were inserted to stabilize her ankle and leg.

$1,025,000 settlement reached shortly before the start of trial.

Our client was injured when the other driver did not stop for a stop sign and t-boned our client’s car. Our client underwent 2 operations to repair damage to his neck and 3 operations to repair damage to his right wrist.

$1.6 MILLION VERDICT FOR STATE HIGHWAY DEFECT

Our 52 year old client was awarded $600,000 in economic damages and $1,000,000 for pain and suffering by a jury after evidence that he suffered a spine fracture in a single car rollover accident caused by an ice-covered, defective highway. His daughter was awarded $25,000 for her injuries and emotional distress.

$360,000 SETTLEMENT FROM DRUNK DRIVER, BAR WHICH SERVED HIM AND UNDERINSURED MOTORIST INSURER

$360,000 in combined settlements obtained for an 85 year old mother (passenger sustaining a broken sternum) and her 55 year old daughter (driver sustaining an injured knee) from an accident caused by a drunk driver. The claims were brought against (1) the drunk driver who caused their injuries, (2) the restaurant (a dram shop claim) where he was served alcohol in the hours before the accident and (3) an underinsured motorist claim based on the limited insurance carried by the drunk driver.

$120,000 SETTLEMENT REAR-END COLLISION

Our 66 year old client sustained a shoulder injury in a rear end accident necessitating arthroscopic surgery.

$1,600,000 WRONGFUL DEATH SETTLEMENT (AUTOMOBILE COLLISION)

Our client died as a result of injuries he sustained in an automobile collision. We sought damages for wrongful death and loss of consortium. The defendant driver crossed the center line of the road resulting in a head on collision. Decedent (43) was unemployed at the time of his death. As a result, this settlement represented non-economic damagesonly.

$2,500,000 WRONGFUL DEATH SETTLEMENT (CONFIDENTIAL)

This case involved claims for wrongful death and loss of consortium. The settlement occurred after jury selection was completed in this complex litigation matter. As a result of a confidentiality agreement, we are precluded from providing further disclosure of the facts of this matter.

$350,000 SETTLEMENT CAUSED BY DRUNK DRIVER AND BAR WHICH SERVED HIM

Our 48 year old client sustained a serious ankle fracture in a car crash caused by a drunk driver. We procured the $100,000 insurance policy limits carried by the drunk driver and thereafter pursued a dram shop claim against the establishment where the drunk driver had last been served alcoholic beverages. As a result of our efforts, the bar paid the statutory limits of $250,000.

$130,000 SETTLEMENT DOG BITE OF POSTAL DELIVERY WOMAN

Our client, a 53-year-old postal delivery woman, had been delivering mail to the same location for 18 years. She was aware that the defendants kept a dog on the premises. On the date of the incident, the front storm door to the residence was unlatched allowing the dog to escape the premises and attack our client. Our client suffered significant bite mark lacerations to her right arm as well as a right distal ulnar fracture which required operative repair. The defendant's insurance company denied coverage on the basis that the homeowner failed to disclose that they owned a dog and that it was housed on the premises. Court action followed wherein the court determined that the policy language was ambiguous and that insurance coverage was available. Even though the defendant’s insurance company could appeal the court's ruling, negotiations resulted in settlement in favor of our client.

$400,000 SETTLEMENT FOR LEGAL MALPRACTICE AND RECKLESS SERVICE OF ALCOHOL

We secured a combined settlement of an attorney malpractice claim and a recklessness service of alcohol claim against a liquor establishment broughtpursuant toKowal v. Hofher, which establishes a common law cause of action for the reckless service of alcohol. Our26 year old client was seriously injured after a high impact automobile collision with a drunk driver. Her prior counselsuccessfully procured the drunk driver’s available motorist insurance coverage but failed to timely commence a dram shop claim against the bar. [Dram shop claims must be brought within the one year of the date of accident]. We arranged for the client to receive the net equivalent of a$250,000 settlement from her prior counsel [representing the fullrecovery for the dram shop claim]based on the failure to timely prosecute the dram shop claim. We thereaftercommenced a suit against the bar claiming reckless serviceof alcohol resulting in a $150,000 settlement [this “reckless” claim was permitted because of a two year statute of limitations].

$300,000 SETTLEMENT AUTOMOBILE v. PEDESTRIAN ACCIDENT

The settlement in this matter represented all available insurance coverage for a claim a disputed liability case. Our elderly client had special needs and was a pedestrian in a crosswalk when he was hit by a vehicle resulting in a serious ankle injury. The intersection was controlled by a walk light and the defendant driver claimed his light was green and that our client was in the crosswalk when the “don’t walk” sign was lit.

$103,500 SETTLEMENT AND DISMISSAL OF CRIMINAL CHARGES

We were able to secure settlement of $103,500 from the defendant’s insurance coverage (and the defendant personally)for a 23 year old client who sustained serious foot fractures as a result of an automobile accident. Thepolice accident investigation of this head-on collision was poorly performed and relied exclusively on a mistaken witness who incorrectly identified our client as the westbound vehicle. This resulted in the client’sarrest and prosecution for assault with a motor vehicle, a felony. Through our work and that of our investigator, we discovered evidence leading us to two eye-witnesses who corroborated our client’s version of the facts resulting in the dismissal of the criminal charges and the settlement.

$950,000 SETTLEMENT FOR CONSTRUCTION ACCIDENT

We secured settlement for a 41 year old man paralyzed from the navel down after a fall through an opening in decking at a construction site (where a stairway was to be built). This highly disputed case primarily focused on whether our client, the contractor, or the defendant property owners (who hired him) bore responsibility for the lack of safety at the work site. The trial court issued a 31 page memorandum of decision in denying the defendants’ motion for summary judgment just prior to trial and the case settle just before jury selection was to commence.

$125,000 SETTLEMENT FOR MINOR AUTOMOBILE COLLISION

We achieved settlement for our 34 year old client who sustained soft tissue neck injuries arising from a minor rear end motor vehicle accident. Client had history of prior neck complaints and treatment.

$2,500,000 WRONGFUL DEATH SETTLEMENT – (CONFIDENTIAL)

Our client a 33-year-old single woman suffered fatal injuries when an oncoming tractor-trailer truck lost control causing it to jackknife and crash into her vehicle killing her instantly. Our client was survived by her parents.

$291,000 SETTLEMENT FOR FAILRE TO YIELD RIGHT OF WAY

This case involved injury to both a husband and wife [shoulder and neck] after a car turned into their path causing a collision. Settlement funds representedreceived represented complete exhaustion of the $300,000 single limit policy.

$95,000 SETTLEMENT, AUTOMOBILE- PEDESTRIAN COLLISION

Our client, a 55 year old pedestrian in a parking lot, was hit by a vehicle baking up causing neck and back injuries.

$350,000 SETTLEMENT FOR AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT, UNDERINSURED MOTORIST BENEFITS AND WORKERS COMPENSATION BENEFITS

Our client a 26-year-old laborer was riding as a passenger in his employer's delivery truck when an uninsured vehicle crossed over the centerline and struck our client's vehicle head-on. Our client suffered injury to his lower back which required two operations to repair the damage. Our client's medical bills of $250,000 were paid by the Worker's Compensation insurance company. All future medical care for his injuries will remain the workers compensation insurance company’s responsibility

$112,500 SETTLEMENT, TRIP AND FALL IN SHOPPING CENTER

Our 72year old client tripped and fell on a defective section of curbing located in a commercial parking lot causing a right humeral neck fracture and surgery.

$94,000 SETTLEMENT FOR REAR-END AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT

Our 48-year-old female client was rear-ended while stopped for a red light. She suffered injury to both her neck and lower back. Due to the nature of her injuries our client underwent a course of physical therapy treatments as well as a number of epidural injections. Her treating physicians assigned her a 10% permanent impairment to her cervical spine and a 5% permanent impairment to her lumbar spine. Counsel for the defendant claimed that plaintiff was exaggerating the extent of her injuries because the collision was a "low impact" collision.

$350,000 SETTLEMENT MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT

This case involved motor vehicle accident claims against the at-fault driver as well as an underinsured motorist claim for ourclient, a 56 year old school teacher. The at-fault driver pulled directly into the path of our client’s vehicle causing her injuries resulting in an eventual two level cervical fusion surgery.

$156,500 SETTLEMENT NEGLIGENCE CLAIM FOR BICEPS TENDON RUPTURE IN MOVING BOILER

Our 56 year old clientruptured his biceps tendon (requiring multiple surgeries) while assisting with the movement of a several hundred pound furnace boiler down a set of basement stairs.Our client was at a commercial residence performing computer services when asked by the business owner to assist in moving something into the basement. It ended up being a boiler and he was hurt during the move (which had also engaged the services of the business owner and a neighbor) when they moved the box over the edge of the top stair. We asserted that the heating installation contractor was negligentin failing to engage the services of professionals knowledgeable in moving such a heavy object.

$275,000 SETTLEMENT FOR AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT

Our 49-year-old client suffered injuries when the vehicle operated by the defendant made a left-hand turn directly in front of our client’s oncoming vehicle. Our client had a past history of receiving medical treatment for neck and shoulder conditions. Due to his injuries he was forced to undergo a two-stage operative procedure to repair damage to his cervical spine as well as a separate operation to repair damage to his left shoulder. Defendant's counsel alleged that the injuries sustained by our client and the need for the operations he underwent were all unrelated to the motor vehicle collision. The case settled a week before the scheduled start of trial.

$5,250,000.00 SETTLEMENT OF MEDICAL MALPRACTICE CASE [CONFIDENTIAL]

Logan & Mencuccini acted as co-counsel for a 59 year old married woman who underwent an abdominal approach to a lumbar fusion with horrific post-operative vascular consequences resulting in the amputation of her left leg above the knee. A confidential settlement was reached with both the surgeon and the hospital as to her claims as well as her husband’s loss of consortium claim.

$492,500.00 SETTLEMENT FOR AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT AND DRAM SHOP CLAIM

Our 46 year old male client sustained injuries when a drunk driver crossed the center line of road causing a head on collision. The Defendant at the time of his operation had a blood alcohol (BAC) of .219%, over twice the legal limit. The defense claimed our client was also at fault in causing the accident, however, the police report concluded that “all debris was located in south bound lane indicating [the defendant] cross the double solid lines into opposite lane.” Our client suffered numerous injuries the most serious of which were fractures to his 3rd, 4th and 5th metatarsals in the left foot and a second metacarpal fracture of his right hand. He underwent surgery for his foot fracture with wire placement and also underwent surgery on the right index and long fingers. The accident and injuries also aggravated a pre-existing Dupuytren's condition and caused adhesive capsulitis of the right shoulder [frozen shoulder] with possible rotator cuff pathology. Two separate actions were brought: the first against the driver and owner of the vehicle and the second against the bar where the driver had consumed his alcohol. These two cases resulted in a total settlement of $492,500.

$290,000.00 SETTLEMENT FOR AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT AND UNDERINSURED BENEFITS

61 year old female client injured when her vehicle was rear-ended. The other operator told the investigating officer, "I wasn't paying attention. I hit her." Client suffered an injury to her cervical spine which injury, along with an exacerbation of her pre-existing, but dormant, spinal condition which caused her substantial instability at the C4-C5 level. The client treated conservatively despite two spine surgeons recommending surgery. She also sustained an injury to her left knee while undergoing physical therapy as a result of her spine injuries. Her knee injury eventually required a surgical repair. The client settled her claim with the driver for his insurance policy limits of $50,000.00 and eventually settled a claim for underinsured motorist benefits for an additional $240,000.00, resulting in a total settlement of $290,000.00.

$150,000.00 SETTLEMENT- FOR AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT AND UNDERINSURED BENEFITS

Our client suffered injuries to his right shoulder when his vehicle was struck head-on. Under the supervision of his physician, our client underwent a period of physical therapy. Because he was a self-employed garage door installer, he was compelled to return to work. A few days after resuming his work, he was installing an automatic garage door opening system and was tensioning the door spring when he experienced a spasm of pain in his shoulder which caused him to lose his grip on the foot-long metal tension bar. This bar was forcibly rotated and violently impacted his left hand causing deep lacerations not only to the muscle but also the tendons of the hand. He underwent operations to repair damage to both his shoulder and hand. The other driver’s insurance company contested whether the injury to plaintiff’s hand was related to or caused by the shoulder injury. Client settled his claim with the driver for the policy limits of $25,000.00 and settled his claim for underinsured motorist benefits on the eve of arbitration for an additional $125,000.00, for a total settlement of $150,000.00.

$950,000.00 WRONGFUL DEATH SETTLEMENT/SINGLE CAR ACCIDENT

A single car accident caused the death of both the driver and the client/passenger. The passenger’s estate recovered the $50,000 insurance policy limits from the deceased driver’s insurance company. We filed a claim for underinsured motorist benefits against the deceased passenger’s father’s company automobile policy. We claimed that since this insurance policy was issued to the father “doing business as” his company as opposed to being issued to the actual company the father was a “named insured” under the policy. Therefore, we claimed the policy triggered family coverage for his deceased son. The underinsured carrier eventually agreed with our legal interpretation and paid the estate the policy limits of $950,000.00.

$465,000 SETTLEMENT AFTER MEDIATION – FOR DEFECTIVE COMMERCIAL PREMISES

Our 46 year old client was pushing her shopping cart toward the entryway of a retail department store. As she neared the store’s entrance area, the cart’s front wheels dropped into a ½ inch deep rut/depression of broken concrete and asphalt located on the border between the paved parking lot and the concrete sidewalk. When the cart’s front wheels dropped into this depression, the cart came to a sudden stop causing our client to violently impact against the cart’s push bar.

Our client suffered from pre-existing back and neck conditions, and had previously undergone a cervical fusion of her neck. She had also previously undergone two operations to her lower back. Following the date of this injury, she underwent two (2) additional operations; one to repair the damage to her neck and a second to repair the injury to her lumbar spine. The Defendant shopping center owner and Defendant store owner claimed our client was inattentive and should have been aware of the defective condition of the parking lot and sidewalk. The case settled after a day-long mediation just before the start of trial.

SETTLEMENT IN EXCESS OF $280,000.00 FOR AVON MOUNTAIN CRASH VICTIM

36 year old female client brought an uninsured motorist claim after having been a victim in the Avon Mountain crash on July 29, 2005, where an uninsured American Crushing & Recycling Mack Truck, fully loaded with construction debris to be used as "fill", lost control as it traveled down Avon Mountain eventually resulting in a horrific accident killing 4 and injuring 19, including the client. As a result the collision the client sustained multiple injuries including a closed head trauma, lacerations to the scalp, face, left ear, right chest and left elbow, an orbital fracture, a corneal abrasion to her left eye, headaches, post concussive syndrome, cervical strain/sprain, lumbar strain/sprain and post traumatic stress disorder. She made a remarkable recovery and had approximately $20,000.00 in lost wages and medical bills to be paid from the settlement.

SETTLEMENTS OF $270,000.00 FOR AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT AND LIQUOR LIABILITY CLAIM

Our 46 year old female client was involved in a highway roll over collision caused by a drunk driver. She sustained numerous injuries including contusions to her left shoulder and hip, a cervical sprain/strain, a herniated disc at C5-6, severe headaches, an injury to left shoulder, an injury to left hip, an injury to left wrist, left arm pain, numbness, weakness and muscle spasm, TMJ, difficulty sleeping, and anxiety while driving. After all conservative measures failed, the client underwent a C5-6 cervical fusion surgical procedure. The case against the driver was settled for his policy limits which, when combined with the client’s underinsured benefits totaled $100,000.00. We then commenced an action against the establishment where the driver consumed his alcoholic beverages claiming a violation of the liquor control act for serving alcoholic beverages to an underage patron.

SETTLEMENT OF $300,000.00 FOR AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT

48 year old female client sustained injuries from a motor vehicle accident wherein the Defendant failed to obey a stop sign and drove her vehicle directly into the path of and colliding with the client's vehicle. As a result of the collision, the client sustained injuries to her right thumb, right knee, thoracic spine and cervical spine. After conservative treatment failed, the client underwent a two level cervical fusion to resolve issues emanating from disc bulges/herniations at C4-5 and C5-6. Case settled for $300,000.00.

SETTLEMENT OF $31,500.00 FOR SIDEWALK FALL

A 67 year old female client was walking with a friend on a West Hartford sidewalk when the toe of her sneaker caught the edge of an elevated concrete sidewalk slab (approximately 2") causing her to trip and fall forward. She attempted to brace her fall with her hands and in the process sustained a right wrist fracture. She brought her claim under the “defective sidewalk” statute which required that she prove the defective sidewalk was 100% the cause of her fall. She sustained a "significant shear fracture with proximal displacement" of the right wrist as a result of her fall requiring surgery to repair. The defendant claimed client was partially at fault in failing to observe the defect. Case settled for $31,500.00.

$67,000.00 SETTLEMENT FOR A SLIP AND FALL ON STAIRS

Client, a 52 year old visiting nurse, was departing a second floor apartment in the Defendant's multi-family dwelling via a rear exterior stairway. As she stepped off a landing onto the first step, her foot slipped, causing her to fall down an entire flight of stairs. Our engineering expert said that the rear stairway deviated significantly from the building code and that the combination of the step height and the narrow tread, together with the slippery tread surface, all combined to cause the client’s fall and her injuries. The client suffered a fracture of her left proximal fibula which required her to wear a boot for 6 weeks causing her to miss work. Defendant denied liability and contended the client’s fall was her own fault. Case settled on the eve of trial for $67,000.00.

$475,000.00 SETTLEMENT FOR TRIP AND FALL

Client, a 54 year old female nurse anesthetist, tripped and fell on cords and cables strewn about an operating room floor. She struck her head during her fall and also hit both knees. As a result of this fall, she sustained a deep laceration about the left eye, a concussion, mild traumatic brain injury with post traumatic vertigo, peripheral and central vertigo and vestibular impairment, and bilateral knee injuries. She had a subsequent fall (from her vertigo issues) resulting in a right shoulder injury. The plaintiff has suffered cognitive symptoms including problems with attention and concentration, a primary visual processing difficulty and short-term memory issues. The defendant denied any responsibility for the fall claiming she tripped over cords from her own equipment. The defendant also denied the severity of the client’s injuries. The case settled for $475,000.00 during discovery and after our engineering analysis showed the hospital operating room deviated from appropriate standards.

$593,545.95 SETTLEMENT FOR AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT

A 48 year old female client was operating her motor vehicle in a shopping plaza when her vehicle was struck by another vehicle which had gone through a stop sign. The operator claimed he was unable to stop his vehicle at the stop sign due an accumulation of ice on the road. The client, at the time of the accident, was 16 weeks post a cervical fusion operation and she claimed the accident caused injury to her cervical spine and a disruption of her spinal fusion requiring two surgical procedures to repair the same. Bone was harvested from her hip for use as a part of her cervical fusion procedures; and she sustained permanent and unsightly scarring and disfigurement. She also sustained permanent damage to her vocal chords as a result of her multiple surgeries. The case against the operator was settled for the policy limits of $293,545.95 and a separate case proceeded against the plaza owner and the snow plow company responsible for the maintenance of the plaza. That case settled for an additional $300,000.00 after a daylong mediation just before trial was set to commence. Total settlement was $593,545.95.

$59,609.60 ARBITRATION AWARD FOR REAR END AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT

30 year old female client at a full stop waiting for the motor vehicle ahead of it to make a left turn was rear ended. She suffered neck aches and severe headaches, eventually undergoing a nerve ablation procedure. The defendant admitted liability and the case was heard by a single arbitrator who awarded $59,609.60.

$2,750,000.00 WRONGFUL DEATH SETTLEMENT – [CONFIDENTIAL]

Our client, 47 years of age, suffered fatal injuries when an oncoming tractor-trailer truck crossed over a double-yellow line crashing head-on into our client’s vehicle. Defendant driver claimed he suffered from the sudden onset of a medical condition that caused him to lose consciousness. We retained a nationally recognized sleep expert to opine that the driver was sleep deprived.

Our client was survived by his wife and two grown children. The settlement included both immediate cash payments to our client’s family as well as structured periodic payments. Surviving family members will receive guaranteed payments of $5.9 million dollars and may receive lifetime payments of $8.1 million dollars.
$275,000.00 SETTLEMENT FOR AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT AND UNDERINSURED BENEFITS

49 year old female client rear ended at stop light sustained injuries aggravating a pre-existing, dormant degenerative spinal condition resulting in a single level back fusion procedure. The defendant paid his $50,000.00 automobile insurance policy limits. The client’s underinsured automobile policy was only $100,000; however, the lack of a signature by the client on the appropriate insurance paperwork permitted us to claim her policy limits were actually $300,000.00. The case eventually settled for an additional $225,000.00 for a total settlement of $275,000.00.

$300,000.00 SETTLEMENT – SLIP AND FALL ON ICE-COVERED SNOW

Our client, who was 51 years of age, had driven her car to a local nursing home to visit her mother. A light snow had fallen, accumulating about one inch by the time she arrived at Defendant’s facility. Our client got out of her vehicle and began walking towards the entrance of the facility. She was wearing sneakers and was carrying a satchel containing her mother’s cleaned laundry. As she walked across the parking lot toward the entrance, she slipped on a patch of ice which was covered by snow and fell.

She suffered an injury to her left hand and underwent three operations to repair the damage. Ultimately her little finger was amputated. She incurred medical expenses of $43,000.00. Defendant denied liability and claimed our client was inattentive and shouldn’t have been wearing sneakers or carrying a satchel of laundry.
$300,000.00 SETTLEMENT – AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT

Our client was a passenger in a car which had come to a stop after signaling its intention to make a left turn. While waiting for oncoming traffic to pass, our client’s vehicle was struck from behind by an ambulance whose driver claimed he could not stop due to slippery road conditions.

Client suffered injuries to her neck and shoulder. She underwent an operation to repair damage to her cervical spine. She also underwent an operation to repair damage to her right shoulder. Her orthopedic surgeon determined that she had sustained a 15% permanent impairment to her cervical spine and a 10% permanent impairment to her right shoulder. Counsel for the defendant ambulance company and the driver claimed that plaintiff could not have suffered serious injuries because the collision was a “low impact” collision. Client settled her case shortly before trial was scheduled to start.
$180,000.00 SETLEMENT FOR REAR END AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT

53 year old male client sustained injuries to his cervical spine, lumbar spine, right wrist and right hand. Client had a pre-existing but dormant injury to his lumbar spine. The client underwent a right carpal tunnel release and several cervical and lumbar injections. He may need additional injections in the future to alleviate his pain and if the injections do not continue to alleviate his pain, surgical intervention is a possibility. Case settled prior to trial for $180,000.00.

$150,000.00 SETTLEMENT – FOR AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT

Our 66 year old client sustained an injury to his right knee in an automobile accident. He suffered from a pre-existing arthritic condition and had undergone arthroscopic repair of the medial meniscus two years earlier. Our client’s doctor indicated that he would probably need to undergo operative repair to his knee at some time in the future. Medical expenses incurred totaled $5,330.00.

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The results of a particular case cannot be based upon a lawyer's or firm's past results. Each case is different. The value of a case can depend on a number of factors, such as: the facts concerning liability in the case, potential defenses asserted in the case, the harm both monetary and personal suffered by the injured person, the legal complexity of the case, whether the defendant was insured or not, the available insurance coverage in the case, and whether the case was resolved through negotiation, at trial, or in arbitration.