Settlement For Client Killed By Cellphone-Using Driver
Our client was involved in an auto accident involving a driver for a private company who was using a cellphone at the time of the accident. This victim's family was awarded a settlement by the court of $3.35 million and the driver and company found liable for the tragic death.
Intoxicated Driver Causes Severe Auto Accident
Our client was involved in an atrocious automobile accident where the client was ejected from the vehicle rendering the client unconscious and helpless. Upon being life-flighted to a level I trauma center, the client was diagnosed with multiple traumas and a severe head injury. The client underwent skull surgery to repair the multiple facial fractures and to elevate the depressed skull fracture by inserting plates in the skull region. A lawsuit was filed against the driver of the vehicle and the auto dealership that owned the vehicle. The theory against the auto dealer was for negligently entrusting the sports car to a person known to be intoxicated. The dealership had the large insurance policy but denied liability and refused to pay. After a jury was empanelled and opening statements, the case settled for $890,000.
Motor Vehicle Accident Leaves Victim With Post-Concussive Syndrome
The client was involved in a motor vehicle accident and suffered numerous injuries including a broken nose and severe bruising about the head and face, a facial laceration requiring stitches (forehead and right eye), a concussion with post-concussive syndrome involving seizures, blackouts and neurological damage causing irregularities in cardiac functions, and bruised knees and chest. This case settled for policy limits of $100,000.
Icy Roads Cause Paralyzing Accident
This 30-year-old client was involved in a minor automobile accident but sustained a paralyzing injury. The state of Pennsylvania was sued for knowingly allowing ice to accumulate on the roadway, thereby causing the accident.
In these situations, the state enjoys limited sovereign immunity and is only responsible for up to a $250,000 payment. After discovery proved that the state knew, or should have known of the roadway drainage problem, the case settled for $225,000.
Automobile Accident Results In Facial Scarring
These clients were in a car accident and suffered injuries including facial scarring. This case was settled for $675,000.
Auto Accident Results In Fatality
This 30-year-old client was involved in a tragic, fatal automobile accident. The case settled for policy limits of $500,000.
Motor Vehicle Accident Injuries Go Beyond Physical Damages
The client was involved in a motor vehicle accident and suffered extensive injuries, which included a severe head injury and upper muscular difficulties. The pretty young client looked healthy and her head injuries were not appreciable. Experts retained by Rosen Louik & Perry, P.C., lawyers to demonstrate the nonapparent injuries included a neuropsychiatrist, physiatrist and vocational counselor. After extensive expert work-up, the case was settled for policy limits of $1 million.
Brain Damage Following Auto Accident
This client was a passenger in a vehicular accident. The client suffered severe brain damage from the crash. This case settled for policy limits of $100,000.
Patient Severely Injured In Automobile Accident
The client was involved with an automobile accident. Client suffered a fractured nose, left wrist and right knee and abrasions on the face and arms. This case settled for policy limits of $100,000.
5-Year-Old Riding Bicycle Severely Injured By Van Driver
The client, a 5-year-old boy, was riding a bicycle when the driver of a van hit the client and dragged him under the vehicle without realizing it. The client suffered a broken left femur, broken right rib and a crushed left hand. The client also suffered serious brain damage that left him partially blind and mentally disabled. This auto case settled for policy limits of $200,000. The malpractice case premised on doctor's failure to adequately diagnose and treat carbon dioxide poisoning settled for $2.5 million.
Lawyers Uncover Client's Broken Neck After Auto Accident
Our client was a passenger involved in an automobile accident. He suffered severe whiplash and a crushed nose. His insurance carrier refused to pay for extended physical therapy after our client's neck pain did not resolve. He called Rosen Louik & Perry, P.C., for help. After discussing the problems with our client over the phone, Rosen Louik & Perry, P.C., lawyers immediately sent him to a respected spine doctor. He was diagnosed with a broken neck and fortunately avoided paralysis that would have occurred by his return to work. The case settled for $190,000.
Motor Vehicle Accident Causes Extensive Head Injuries
Our client suffered extensive head injuries in a motor vehicle accident. The case settled for $250,000.
Client Experiences Lasting Effects From Auto Accident
Our client was a passenger in an automobile accident. She lost consciousness following impact and experienced nausea, neck strain, inability to move her neck, headaches, stiffness in her neck and right shoulder soreness. She also re-aggravated a back condition. This case settled for $210,000.
Extensive Injuries From Car Accident
The client suffered extensive, severe injuries in a car accident. The case settled for $290,000.
Client Suffers Injuries After Being Hit By A Car
The client was involved in a car accident; as the client was giving a statement to the police, the client was hit by another car. Client fractured his leg and pelvis and suffered a head injury. The case settled for $225,000.
Patient Loses Fingers In Motor Vehicle Accident
The client was involved in a motor vehicle accident and suffered a traumatic amputation of two fingers when the air bag deployed.. This case settled for $600,000.
Car Accident Causes Liver Laceration
Our elderly client was in a motor vehicle accident and sustained a liver laceration which ultimately healed. This case settled for policy limits of $300,000.
Car Accident Causes Relapse Of Multiple Sclerosis
Our client was involved in a high-impact automobile accident involving two cars and multiple passengers. No one involved was seriously injured. Our client had been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis years earlier and had back surgery seven years prior to the accident. The accident provoked the back pain to come back and caused his remissive multiple sclerosis to relapse. The client's pain never resolved after the accident. Defendants claimed pre-existing back injury and argued that medical science could not connect the multiple sclerosis relapse. Rosen Louik & Perry, P.C., recruited strong experts and the case settled for $850,000.
Man Rendered Quadriplegic After His Automobile Strikes A Stationary Truck On Turnpike
This 30-year-old client was rendered a quadriplegic after his automobile struck the back-end of a dump truck that had stopped in a live lane of travel on the Pennsylvania Turnpike. The trucker was an independent contractor hired by a company performing roadway repairs. The truck driver's insurance limits were not adequate to compensate the victim. Rosen Louik & Perry, P.C., lawyers were able to identify three areas of active negligence committed by the general contractor that proximately caused the accident. The contractor disagreed and made no offer to settle the case. Following a 10-day trial, a federal jury awarded $6,485,404.62 and found that the general contractor was more responsible than the truck driver.
Man Suffers Severe Injuries Upon Being Struck By Tri-axle Truck
Our client was struck by a tri-axel truck and suffered injuries including a below-the-knee amputation, dislocation of both hips, broken pelvis, contusions, bruises, lacerations and abrasions in and about various parts of the body, and the tearing of the muscles, tissues and ligaments thereof. The client also experienced damage to the nervous system. Defendants contended that the client was contributorily negligent and more than 50 percent responsible for this accident, alleging that the client walked behind the tri-axel truck and into a blind spot. A finding of contributory negligence in excess of 50 percent would bar plaintiff from any recovery at all. A finding of 50 percent or less contributory negligence would reduce any verdict by the percentage of contributory negligence determined by the jury. Rosen Louik & Perry, P.C., retained experts and re-created the accident, thereby demonstrating that defendant was more at fault than the client. This case settled for policy limits of $950,000.
Woman Receives Head Injury In Automobile Accident
Our client was involved in an automobile accident when hit by a driver charged with DUI. As a result of the accident, client suffered a closed head injury from which she recovered. The case settled for $145,000.
Automobile Accident Causes Chronic Pain Syndrome
The client sustained back injuries that resulted in chronic pain syndrome after his vehicle was hit from behind while stopped in a line of traffic. Defendant argued that there was no objective medical evidence of a back problem that would explain client's pain. Defendants argued that the lack of physical damage to the automobiles proved that client could not have been hurt badly in the accident. Defendant contended that client could immediately return to work and that he had no real pain. Following discovery and depositions, this case settled for $335,000.
Man Dies In Head-On Automobile Accident
This client was killed in a head-on automobile accident. Police investigators determined that our client was at fault for the accident and concluded that the client had crossed the center line of travel. Client's father disagreed and assisted Rosen Louik & Perry, P.C., attorneys in developing evidence that proved client was not at fault. The case settled for policy limits of $100,000.
Motor Vehicle Accident Results In Severe Injuries
The client suffered severe injuries as a result of a motor vehicle accident that rendered the client a near amputee. This case settled for policy limits of $540,000.
Accident In Company Car Results In Bodily And Neurological Injuries
Client was driving a company car and was rear-ended and pushed into another vehicle. The client suffered a brain lesion, a fractured rib, had surgery on the right knee, and neurological treatment for headaches and numbness. This case settled for policy limits of $100,000.
Individual Thrown From Car Suffers Multiple Fractures And Bruises
This client was thrown from a vehicle in the midst of the vehicle flipping over in an accident. The client suffered two fractured vertebrae, two fractured ribs at the spine, bruised left kidney, torn muscles in the lower back, and bruises and other lacerations. This case settled for the policy limits of $100,000.
Automobile Accident Results In Fractured Leg
This client was involved in an automobile accident in which a person ran a red light and hit the client from behind. As a result, the client's leg was fractured in three places. The case settled for $225,000.
Tractor-Trailer Accident Causes Severe Leg Injuries
A tractor-trailer jackknifed and hit the client's vehicle in this case. The client was trapped in his vehicle and suffered a fractured and dislocated right ankle, a dislocation of the left knee plate, broken bones in the left foot and required pins in the left ankle. This case settled for $450,000.
Automobile Accident Leads To Facial Scarring
This client was in an automobile accident and suffered facial scarring. The case settled for $200,000.
Girl Struck By Automobile Suffers Broken Pelvis And Cracked Tailbone
This client, a 16-year-old pedestrian, was in an automobile accident when a vehicle struck client, pinning her to a brick wall. Client suffered a broken pelvis and cracked tailbone and was non-ambulatory for nearly two months. This case settled for $600,000.
Wrongful Death Results In $3 Million Settlement, Fink V. Fox
Client hospitalized for injuries from car crash, dies in hospital. Case settled for $3 million at pretrial conference.
Drunk Driver Pays $750,000, Lauer V. Brown
Client injured by drunk driver awarded in excess of insurance policy limits