Case Number: N/A
Case Date: 03/11/2018
Insurance Company: Crum & Froster
Lucero v. Special Delivery Express, Inc. – Settlement
Our client was struck by a tractor-trailer while traveling westbound on I-44. The severe impact caused the car to go over the medium eventually settling an eastbound lane. Medical bills reached over six figures. We were able to negotiate a settlement of $795,199. The original offer being $50,000.
Case Number: 17SL-cc03946
Case Date: 01/05/2018
Insurance Company: State Farm
Harris v. Tharp – Settlement
A front end collision causes head injury and lose of conciseness.
Case Number: 17SL-AC26803
Case Date: 11/08/2018
Insurance Company: Liberty Mutual
Brown V. Clifford-Jury Verdict
Our client was an active grandmother who gardened and practiced yoga until she was struck in a T-bone collision by a man pulling out of his driveway. She developed permanent chronic neck pain as a result from the crash. The defendant’s insurance company originally offered $14,937 to compensate for our client’s decreased quality of life, blaming the pain on her age. Read more in our January 2019 newsletter cover story.
Case Number: 1722-cc00373
Case Date: 11/10/2018
Insurance Company: Travelers
Thomas v. United Fruit & Produce – Settlement
We were retained to represent a male produce vendor who received life-changing injuries after being struck by an uncertified, untrained forklift driver. Unable to work due to his injuries a settlement was reached quickly for our client to aid in his recovery.
Case Number: Confidential
Case Date: 08/09/2017
Insurance Company: Great West
Adams v. Confidential – Settlement
Case Number: 1722-AC07367
Case Date: 06/27/2018
Insurance Company: N/A
Collier v. Steinbach-Jury Verdict
Our client was a victim of an auto accident that dislocated her rib cage. After years of treatment and unhappy with her representation she sought us out for help. The insurance company originally offered $11,675 and sent private investigators to find “evidence” of her being untruthful about her injuries. Read more in our April 2019 newsletter cover story.