PAST CASE RESULTS

  • 1,200,000 to a man who couldn’t work in his profession any longer due to residual effects of traumatic brain injury from an intersection collision.

  • $1,010,000 to a 21 year old man volunteering at an auto race track who suffered severe head injuries while using a faulty tire changing machine. He lost the sight in both eyes.  The recovery would have been far greater if more liability insurance was available.

  • $975,000 to the estate of a 42 year old wife and mother who sustained fatal head injuries when the car she was riding in was struck by a semi-tractor trailer rig in a disputed liability case.

  • $900,000 to a woman who sustained upper arm and ankle fractures requiring multiple surgeries when a car made a left turn in front of her motorcycle.

  • $700,000 to two young woman volunteering at a youth camp who sustained severe back injuries when a building under demolition collapsed on them.

  • $400,000 to the estate of a disabled woman who sustained fatal injuries when her wheelchair was struck by a car in a cross walk.

  • $400,000 to a man who sustained shoulder injuries requiring multiple surgeries when his truck was struck at an intersection.

  • $365,000 to an elderly women who was negligently given an influenza vaccination by a local medical clinic.  A claim under the federal Vaccine Injury Compensation Act.

  • $350,000 to a woman who sustained neck and back injuries requiring surgery when her car was rear ended at an intersection.

  • $325,000 to the estate of a man who sustained fatal injuries in a motor vehicle collision.

  • $250,000 of policy limits to a woman who sustained neck injuries requiring surgery when her car was rear ended at an intersection.

  • $250,000 of policy limits to a man who sustained low back injuries requiring surgery when his car was rear ended at an intersection.

  • $235,000 of policy limits to a man who sustained neck and shoulder injuries requiring surgery when his pickup truck was struck in an intersection.

  • $225,000 to a truck driver who sustained a neck injury requiring surgery when his vehicle was rear ended.

  • $200,000 of policy limits to a woman who sustained injury to her neck requiring surgery when her car was rear-ended while it was stopped behind a school bus.

  • $700,000 to a truck driver loading at a corn processing facility. Plant employees were using a front end loader to pull a rail car with a chain.  The chain failed under tension. Part of the chain whipped back and struck the truck driver causing severe right shoulder, arm and internal injuries.

  • $594,000 to a man who required multi-level lumbar fusion surgery after his car was rear ended at an intersection by a harrow bed truck.

  • $500,000 to a local farmer driving a tractor on the shoulder of the road when he was rear ended by a car requiring shoulder and low back surgeries.

  • $500,000 to a local farmer when a fertilizer hopper tipped over resulting in a crushed pelvis and eventual loss of the sight in one eye.

  • $450,000 for the parents and siblings whose child/sister suffered severe head and facial injuries when the van she was riding in went off the road and crashed into trees and rocks. This case also involved a claim against the state for negligent highway maintenance.

  • $327,000 to a woman who overdosed due to the negligence of her primary care physician resulting in syncope and a fall that resulted in a severe ankle injury requiring surgical fixation.

  • $325,000 to a young man who suffered a low back injury in a motor vehicle collision that required surgery.

  • $275,000 to a woman who sustained neck injuries requiring surgery when her car was rear-ended in a car wash facility.

  • $275,000 to a dental hygienist who sustained neck and shoulder injuries from an intersection collision.

  • $250,000 of policy limits to a woman who sustained lumbar spine injuries requiring surgery when her car was rear ended at an intersection.

  • $200,000 of policy limits to a man who sustained injury to his low back requiring surgery when his car was rear ended at an intersection.

  • $200,000 to an 11 year old boy who suffered a ruptured appendix requiring surgery and multiple hospitalizations because of negligent non-diagnosis of appendicitis in the emergency department of a local hospital.

  • $175,000 to a man who underwent amputation of his right lower arm from infiltration of I.V. medication where liability was disputed.

  • $175,000 to a woman who sustained neck injuries requiring surgery when her car was rear ended while turning into the parking lot of a business.

  • $150,000 to a truck driver who sustained an ankle fracture requiring surgery when he slipped and fell on ice at a local fruit warehouse.

  • $150,000 to a man who sustained traumatic loss of three fingers in a disputed liability boating accident.

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