Auto v. Big Rig
Client was driving on the freeway when a big rig negligently turned into Client’s lane. Client required surgery. Client’s previous attorney had client find his own doctors. We found the Client proper medical care and recovered
$510,000.00 in damages for Client.
Slip and Fall
Client slipped and fell on wet paint outside of a restaurant. The restaurant failed to warn the public of the wet paint. Client sustained injuries to her wrist. We secured
$140,000.00 against two different companies for the Client.
Slip and Fall
Client slipped on water at a department store. The fall damaged a medical implant in Client’s body. We obtained a settlement of
$125,000.00 for the Client.
Client came home to a fire in his balcony. Client ran to the common area to get a fire extinguisher. The glass cover of the fire extinguisher gashed Client’s wrist. We settled Client’s case for
Client was a volunteer at a HOA’s office. On the day of the accident, Client exited the HOA’s president’s home through the garage. Client tripped and fell on a bolted wooden tire stopper, causing substantial injuries. We obtained
$250,000.00 in damages for the Client.
Auto v. Auto (Pre-existing Condition)
Client had prior existing back problem when he was rear-ended on the freeway. Client underwent a series of three epidural injections. We settled the Client’s case for
Pedestrian v. Auto
The at-fault party ran over and fractured Client’s toes. We helped Client obtain
$99,000.00 in damages.
Auto v. Auto (Rear End)
A family of three was rear-ended on the freeway. We were able to settle their claims for the policy limits.
Auto v. Auto (Left Turn)
Client was making a left turn. Defendant ran the red light. The insurance company adamantly placed our client at fault. We were able to secure policy limits from the driver and owner’s insurance company without filing a lawsuit.
Foreign Substance in Food
Client bit on a bolt that was in his fries. Defendant initially denied the claim. We were ultimately able to settle client’s claim for
$12,500 without filing suit.
Auto v. Auto (Hit and Run)
Our client was rear-ended on the freeway. The at-fault party fled the scene. We settled her claim for the policy limits with her own insurance company.
Client slipped at a restaurant. The defendant offered client $3,500 to settle her claim. We settled her claim for
$40,000.00 without having to file a lawsuit.
Auto v. Auto (Uninsured Driver)
Our client was hit by an uninsured driver. Her medical bills were accruing fast. We were able to settle her claim with her own insurance company for policy limits in less than four months.
Auto v. Auto (DUI driver)
Our uninsured client was hit by a drunk driver. Insurance company paid the policy limits in less than three months.