When someone fails to provide a duty of care and an injury occurs as a result, injured victims are within their rights to file a civil claim for damages. This includes paying for medical care, providing reimbursement for lost wages, and offering payments for lost quality of life. In order to do so, however, victims may need to retain legal assistance for help with meeting several legal requirements.
Our client’s son was killed when the motorcycle he was operating was struck by a vehicle making a left turn. We obtained a settlement of $250,000.00 for our clients’ wrongful death claim.
Our client was injured during a party at an apartment complex by a relative of the apartment manager. We reached a settlement of $150,000.00 to resolve our client’s claims.
We obtained a settlement of $190,000.00 for our client, the elderly passenger in a vehicle which was rear-ended by another vehicle at a low rate of speed.
We obtained a settlement of $2,000,000.00 for our clients, the parents of a single, unemployed adult male, who was killed by a hit-and-run driver who was eventually arrested.
We secured a settlement of $652,000.00 in a Kaiser malpractice action, wherein our eighty-year-old client suffered a below the knee amputation due to post-surgery nursing error.
Our client, a fifty-two-year-old registered nurse, employed by Kaiser in Southern California, was diagnosed with severe Complex Regional Pain Syndrome after undergoing foot and ankle surgery at the Kaiser Hospital in Woodland Hills, Calif. This matter settled after two mediation sessions for the amount of $500,000.00.
Our client sustained a transected sigmoid colon during a surgical procedure performed by a physician employed by a federally-funded medical provider. We achieved a settlement of $500,000.00 for our client.
We obtained a settlement of $400,000.00 for our client, a forty-five-year-old elementary school teacher, who sustained permanent nerve damage during a surgical procedure to her right knee.
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