My client suffered from fibromyalgia (chronic pain syndrome) and was involved
in an auto accident. Many of her symptoms were identical to her fibromyalgia.
I was still able to obtain a settlement of
Several of my clients have found themselves involved in serious accidents
where the at fault driver was under insured. I have been successful in
reducing their medical bills and still get cash for their pain and suffering.
My client was a child riding her bicycle the wrong way on a sidewalk. I
was still able to convince the insurance company to pay out their
policy limit. We created a structured trust for the minor and she will
now go to college, buy her first car and have a down payment on her first
home if she wishes.
Our client was one of several vehicles involved in a "chain reaction"
rear-end motor vehicle collision. She sustained injuries to her neck,
back, and left shoulder. She developed severe pain in her back and shoulder
and was forced to endure painful injections in both areas. She also endured
an arthroscopic procedure on her left shoulder. The at-fault driver's
liability insurance was only $25,000. We presented an underinsured motorist
("UIM") settlement demand to our client's insurance company
who eventually offered the remaining policy limits of $75,000.
Our client suffered a broken leg while riding a public bus that was involved
in a collision with another vehicle. In litigation we were able to settle
her case for $1.75 million by proving to four different defendants that
they were each responsible for her injuries.
Proved to the insurance company that my clients case was worth the policy
$100,000, even though the driver suffered only minor injuries!
Our client was 53-years-old when she was struck from behind by a young
and inexperienced driver. Her vehicle only sustained minimal damage but
she eventually underwent lumbar surgery and made a tremendous recovery.
In the middle of litigation, the defendants offered their policy limits
Our client was injured when the defendant struck a tree in the front yard
of his mother's home causing it to come down on one of the home's
awnings which he was standing under. After hard fought litigation, and
with the assistance of co-counsel, the insurance company offered the policy
limits of $100,000.
We represented a minor child who was struck on her bicycle while riding
the wrong way and on the sidewalk. Liability was disputed, but after a
strong demand package and negotiation, we settled her claim for the policy
limits of $100,000. A structured trust was created for the net proceeds
to benefit her in the future. Her plans include her first car and college.
I represented a driver and passenger who were rear-ended by another vehicle.
Fortunately, the driver only sustained minor injuries; however, the passenger
developed severe neck pain. Surgery was recommended but my client did
not want to go through with it. After a detailed and convincing demand,
the insurance company still offered the policy limits of $100,000.