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Personal Injury Verdicts Archives

Previously dismissed medical malpractice case granted a trial

With the court system, there are often several steps that determine the path of a medical malpractice claim. Ideally, a person brings their claim to court where a favorable outcome is reached the first time. However, admittedly, it isn't always that quick and easy. Sometimes, appeals or denied motions can stand in the way.

PA supreme court upholds extended statute of limitations

If a loved one has been injured or even killed by negligent health care, it's tough to think about anything else. The pain and hardship this can put on an Allegheny family is unmatched. Most medical care is top notch; however, a percentage of patients do experience injury or even death. A recent medical malpractice case in which the statute of limitations was challenged was upheld by the Pennsylvania's highest court.

11M dollar verdict sticks despite PA hospital's appeal

Thinking of your family, or other people in your life, there is nothing we wouldn't do for them. Sometimes, medical needs are beyond home treatment and they allow a medical professional to assess and potentially treat their medical ailment. For one Pennsylvania family, their 11-month-old child was showing symptoms that made the parents realize something wasn't quite right. Visit after visit to the hospital, and it was finally discovered that the boy was suffering from meningitis.

Defective Product Verdicts

Man Fatally Injured By Rolling Vehicle
The client suffered fatal injuries after a 10-year old vehicle rolled backwards pinning the client between the vehicle and a telephone pole. The vehicle had a history of drifting backwards when the emergency brake was engaged. The vehicle manufacturer was sued for producing a defective product. The manufacturer denied liability and cited millions of products on the market with properly functioning brakes during the 10-year period since manufacturing. The case settled for $420,000.00.

Bad Faith Verdicts

Man Dies Due to Smoke Inhalation Resulting in Bad Faith Claim Against Insurer
While burning Christmas wrapping paper in his backyard, the decedent lost control of the fire and called for help. When firemen arrived ten minutes later they found the entire backyard engulfed in flame. While spraying the flames, the decedent was found lying face up with a charred phone next to his ear. The coroner determined the cause of death to be smoke inhalation. The defendant insurance company refused to pay accidental death benefits claiming the death was caused by a pre-existing heart problem that was triggered by the vigorous activity of trying to extinguish the brush fire. Rosen Louik & Perry lawyers obtained tapes of the 911 call and were able to establish that the client's decedent was snoring after he lost consciousness. This was inconsistent with an immediately fatal heart attack. Forensic pathologists were retained as experts who confirmed smoke inhalation as the cause of death. This case, including a bad faith cause of action, settled in excess of policy limits for $ 537,500.00

Premises Liability Verdicts

Victim Trips over Department Store Carpet Falling Face First into Glass Door
This client tripped over a carpet that was known to never lie flat in a popular department store and fell face first into a set of glass doors. The client suffered injuries to her face, shins and shoulder. This premises liability case was settled for $100,000.00.

Personal Injury Verdicts

Our personal injury attorneys at Rosen Louik and Perry have real experience winning personal injury cases and settlements in the Pittsburgh, PA region. Below are a few examples of real clients we have helped receive compensation they deserved for pain and suffering caused by a personal injury caused by negligence or malice. If you think you may have a personal injury case, contact us to evaluate your claim.

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Pennsylvania Personal Injury Settlement Lawyers

One of the initial questions that prospective clients ask is, "What is my case worth?" Ethically, lawyers are prohibited from placing a value on a case at the outset of the attorney client relationship and this restriction makes sense. We don't want lawyers making false representations about case values in order to secure being retained. That would be a form of false advertising. In addition, any lawyer who would provide an estimated value on a case at its outset is being dishonest. Every case is different and no two cases have the same value. Changing one fact in a case can have a million dollar impact on the ultimate outcome. Only after a case has been fully developed and all facts understood by the lawyer can values be determined. At that point, a client must rely upon the knowledge and experience of his or her lawyers relating to the value of a case.

Personal Injury Verdicts

Our personal injury attorneys at Rosen Louik and Perry have real experience winning personal injury cases and settlements in the Pittsburgh, PA region. Below are a few examples of real clients we have helped receive compensation they deserved for pain and suffering caused by a personal injury caused by negligence or malice. If you think you may have a personal injury case, contact us to evaluate your claim.

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