Verdicts & Settlements

Confidential V. Confidential

$2.4 Million

First-party claim for medical expenses, mileage and home modifications resulting from a motor vehicle/motorcycle accident.

Confidential V. Confidential

$1.5 Million

Third-party claim for automobile negligence resulting in a traumatic brain injury from a rear-end collision.

Maxwell V. American Casualty

$1.2 Million

First-party claim for PIP benefits including attendant care and home modification resulting from a 12-year old pedestrian struck by a motor vehicle.

Norman V. Geico

$400,000

Arbitrated first-party claim for medical expenses, replacement services and attendant care resulting from rear-end collision.

Ream V. Hastings Mutual Insurance Company

$400,000

First-party claim for medical expenses and attendant care resulting from a car collision and several trees.

Ings V. Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park

$325,000

Third-party claim of negligence against Defendant. As a result of Defendant’s negligence, Plaintiff sustained a right shoulder dislocation and right ankle fracture, requiring multiple surgeries.

Jackson, Q. V. Auto Club

$532,500

First and third-party claim for medical expenses and attendant care resulting from rear-end collision.

Barrons V. Farm Bureau

$320,000

First-party claim for PIP benefits owed to plaintiff resulting from pedestrian struck by minivan.

Aceti V. AAA

$305,000

Arbitrated negligence and underinsured motorist claim involving a vehicle illegally passing their vehicle at a high rate of speed causing injuries to passenger in said vehicle.

Bailey V. Citizens

$285,000

First-party claim involving a minor for medical and replacement services resulting of a rear-end collision and third-party claim for pain and suffering.

Jackson, M. V. Member Select Insurance Company

$246,745.59

First-party claim for medical expenses, replacement services, wage loss and attendant care resulting from a pedestrian and truck accident.

Vriesman V. Farmers Insurance

$245,000

First and third-party claim for PIP and BI benefits due to catastrophic injuries sustained by a 4-year old boy.

Confidential V. Confidential

$200,000

Bodily injury and uninsured motor claim caused from rear-end collision on expressway resulting in replacement services and attendant care.

Whitaker V. Auto-Owners

$195,440

First-party claim for PIP benefits including medical expenses, attendant care, home modifications, mileage and out of pocket expenses incurred by 10-year old pedestrian (now 39 years old) struck by truck.

Miclea V. AAA

$185,060.24

Slip and fall resulting in PIP benefits owed to plaintiff; medical bills, wage loss, replacement services and attendant care.

Confidential V. Confidential

$185,000

First-party claim for PIP benefits along with third-party negligence claim and underinsured motorist benefits resulting from rear-end collision.

Confidential V. Confidential

$180,000

Complex first-party case involving multiple accidents and insurance carriers.

Confidential V. Confidential

$180,000

Third-party claim for pain and suffering, resulting from a motor vehicle accident wherein the Defendant disregarded a red light. Plaintiff sustained injuries to her right hand, requiring surgery, in addition to injuries to her left knee and right ankle.

Medlin V. Allstate

$180,000

First-party claim for PIP benefits including medical expenses, attendant care, replacement services and wage loss.

Seasons Change, Inc. V. Farm Bureau

$176,129.97

First-party claim for benefits resulting from injuries sustained a 4-year old boy from a car and semi-truck accident.

Filmore V. Citizens Insurance Company

$170,000

First-party claim for no-fault benefits resulting from an automobile accident wherein Plaintiff sustained neck, back, bilateral ankles, bilateral feet, burns and scarring from airbag deployment.

Freeman v. Citizens

$158,000

First-party claim for PIP benefits owed including medical expenses, attendant care, placement services and wage loss resulting from passenger involved in car that struck tree.

Gavan v. Citizens

$150,000

Negligence and uninsured motorist claim causing traumatic brain injury resulting from separate rear-end motor vehicle accidents.

Bear V. AAA

$145,000

First-party claim for medical expenses including traumatic brain injury resulting from motor vehicle accident.

Confidential V. Confidential

$145,000

First and third-party claim for medical expenses along within and suffering due to car and truck collision.

Kenney V. State Farm

$136,722

First-party claim arising out of a motor vehicle wherein Plaintiff sustained a traumatic brain injury, torn meniscus of left knee requiring multiple surgeries, neck and back pain and lumbar disc surgery.

Muha V. Progressive

$110,000

Arbitrated first-party claim for PIP benefits owed to plaintiff including medical expenses, replacement services and wage loss.

Partyka V. Johnny White

$100,000

Third-party claim for negligence against Defendant as a result of a rear-end motor vehicle accident.

Wills V. Allstate

$100,000

First-party claim for PIP benefits owed to Plaintiff resulting from pedestrian that was struck by a minivan.

Mills, Jr. V. Red Robin Gourmet Burgers

$95,000

Personal injury claim arising from a slip and fall on Defendant’s premises. As a result of the fall, Plaintiff underwent multiple steroidal hip injections, multiple lumbar fact block injections and anterior lumbar interbody fusion at L3-S1.