This client was playing racquetball at a gym when the client sustained a traumatic amputation to the right small finger when it became caught in a glass door situate and a part of the rear wall of the court. Upon investigation, Rosen Louik & Perry of Pittsburgh discovered that the glass door had a defect that was a dangerous and unsafe condition. The property owner was sued for failing to correct or warn of the defect. This case settled for $165,000.00.
The client, who had a prosthetic left leg, was walking up a handicapped ramp with a cane, lost balance and fell backwards. The ramp failed to have a handrail. The client lost consciousness for over a minute and was rushed to the hospital. The client suffered a fractured skull and intracranial bleeding. The case settled for $400,000.00.
A local police officer pulled over a car for a routine traffic stop in a very rural Pennsylvania town. Upon approaching the vehicle, the officer was fatally shot by a teenage occupant of the vehicle. The gun used in the killing had been stolen from a hardware store and sold to the killer. The client's family consulted Personal Injury Attorneys Rosen Louik & Perry of Pittsburgh PA to represent their wrongful death claim. Rosen Louik & Perry lawyers were able to prove that the hardware store owner was negligent in his safekeeping of firearms, thereby permitting the theft. The case was vigorously defended until Rosen Louik & Perry lawyers were able to extract damning admissions from the store owner during his deposition. Within a month, the case settled for insurance policy limits.
Our client was paralyzed and had utilized a wheelchair for the past 36 years of his life. His current wheelchair was in disrepair and a new, different model was supplied to our client. Unfortunately, the new model was supplied with no instruction, training, or warnings. The client suffered severe injuries from a fall in the new chair when it tipped forward, including a severely broken hip and four different fractures. The case was settled for $150,000.00.
Our client was attacked and bitten by a neighbor's dog causing severe injuries to her right hand. The case settled for $32,500.00.
Our client was violently assaulted by a man he was sharing a hospital bedroom with. The assailant was mentally unstable and suffering from alcohol withdrawal and liver disease. The medical staff knew of this man's psychological problems, yet he was still placed in a room with another patient. The case settled for $275,000.00.
Our client was standing at the bottom of a snow-tubing hill when he was struck by four teenagers speeding down the mountain. The Linking together of two or more riders was against the ski resort's policies, yet no employee of the resort stopped the four teenagers from doing so. The client suffered a depressed skull fracture, injury to the left ocular, and multiple tears to the dura lining of the brain. The case was settled in mediation for $412,500.00 in the aggregate.
This 87-year old client was involved in a house fire, which started from a gas explosion inside her house. Detailed forensic investigation by Rosen Louik & Perry discovered that the explosion was caused by a gas leak caused when a telephone pole was placed on the gas line at street level pulling the line off its connection at our client's house. The area to place the pole had been mismarked by the "One Call" system which is designed to properly mark gas lines. Both the gas and electric company were sued. The client died instantly in the explosion and the family retained the services of Pittsburgh PA Personal Injury Attorneys Rosen Louik & Perry. This case was settled for $1,000,000.00.
Our client suffered an infection from food she consumed at a local fast-food restaurant. The case was settled for $438,267.74.
Our client suffered grievous injuries when an electrical power shanty exploded when he was working near it. As a result of the electrical explosion and fire that ensued he suffered from flash burns to approximately 70% of his body. The client was forced to undergo extensive medical care and treatment, and suffered from the psychological effects of a burn victim. He also sustained permanent scarring and limitations as a result of these injuries. The client sought council with Allegheny County personal injury attorneys Rosen Louik & Perry, The Caring Lawyers. We consulted our team of medical and safety code experts and learned that Defendants were in violation of the National Electric Code requiring trough and block covers used in electrical installations. This case settled for $1,537,500.00.