Our Results

  • $4,000,000.00 – For Asbestos exposure causing Mesothelioma and resulting in wrongful death and auto accident (over $4,000,000.00 to date with additional future settlements)
  • $1,050,000.00 – Global settlement (Workers Compensation and Third Party) for seriously injured bus driver who required spine surgery
  • $743,541.87 – Global settlement (Workers Compensation and Third Party) settlement for worker injured in industrial elevator requiring spine surgery
  • $475,000.00 – Child struck by car while riding bicycle resulting in severe injuries
  • $450,280.00 – Global settlement (Workers Compensation and Third Party) settlement for worker injured in construction accident requiring spine surgery
  • $415,890.75 – Global settlement (Workers Compensation and Third Party) settlement for worker injured when he fell off a roof and suffered multiple broken bones
  • $379,029.41 – Global settlement (Workers Compensation and Third Party) for injured fireman with severe burns, Workers’ Compensation Case tried and third party case settled after remand on successful Appeal
  • $350,000.00 – Workers’ Compensation settlement for worker injured in construction accident
  • $339,000.00 – Asbestos exposure resulting in an elevated risk cancer
  • $333,000.00 – On behalf of family members of victim of nursing home negligence
  • $300,000.00 – Pedestrian struck in crosswalk (policy Limit)
  • $273,235.00 – Global settlement (Workers Compensation and Third Party) for injured worker who developed Complex Regional Pain Syndrome
  • $250,000.00 – Auto accident in Chicago resulting in severe cervical injury requiring surgical repair, $25,000.00 primary policy and $225,000.00 UIM policy (policy limit)
  • $247,500.00 – Rollerblade accident resulting in serious degloving injury requiring reconstructive surgery
  • $240,000.00 – Workers’ Compensation settlement for worker who suffered a head injury when he was struck by a garage door
  • $239,000.00 – Wrongful death resulting from nursing home negligence (policy limit of declining balance policy)