Thank you for visiting our case examples page. Below you will find just a small sampling of the types of cases we have handled over the years. Please note that these examples do not guarantee any type of result for your case. All cases are unique. Awarded amounts are based on several variables.
18 Million Bad Faith Settlement for Lawrence County Family against Erie Insurance for injuries that resulted from a 2003 car accident. Click here to read more about this settlement.
Motor Vehicle Accident Examples
15.6 Million Dollar Verdict for a Shenango Township man who suffered permanent brain injuries as a passenger in his brother's car when it crashed on the 422 bypass in Union Township. Police determined the plaintiff's brother was driving too fast for the icy conditions. The verdict was the largest plaintiff's award in Lawrence County history.
2.8 Million Verdict for Beaver County man injured in a car accident. Click here to read the full case summary.
2.5 Million Payout for a 5 year old Lawrence County boy who suffered a severe brain injury resulting from a traffic accident. The boy and his mother were traveling south on Route 65 in Ellwood City when the mother lost control of the car and crossed the center line and was hit by an oncoming coal truck. Experts were able to determine that the truck driver was guilty of unsafe and aggressive driving by failing to take action when he saw the car swerve.
1 Million Dollar verdict in favor of a Mercer County man who suffered a herniated disc resulting from a truck accident in Baltimore, Maryland. The man was traveling behind two trucks, both carrying full loads. A car cut in between the two tractor trailers causing the unsecured load from the second truck to create a road hazard. The hazardous conditions caused the Mercer County man to wreck his vehicle. Dallas' work enabled the victim to recover from the his own uninsured motorist coverage as well as workers compensation benefits.
In New Castle, Lawrence County, Dallas successfully represented a truck driver who was injured in an accident when two people in a car pulled out from a private lot and into the path of the traveling truck. Although the wreck resulted in casualties for both parties in the passenger car, the truck driver was not at fault. Dallas successfully recovered money from the deceased estate that covered the truck driver's injuries, loss of income, loss of business, lost of value of the truck and more.
1 Million Dollars for a New Castle man who was traveling to work when a cargo van made a turn on Route 224 into the path of his vehicle. The victim suffered a severe and debilitating brain injury. Dallas used accident reconstruction experts to prove that the victim was not at fault and there was no illegal speeding on the part of the plaintiff.
A truck driver was injured by a load of steel coils which were not properly secured. The driver pulled his truck up to the loading dock at a local steel company and before he could make sure the load of steel coils were properly secured, he was ordered to pull forward. When the driver got out the cab to check the load, the steel coils rolled off causing the driver to suffer a broken leg. This case was tried in the Federal Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania to a verdict in the plaintiff's favor.
Workers Compensation Case Examples
A retail worker from Hermitage suffered a knee injury causing an eventual knee replacement. The employer tried to avoid paying the claimant benefits but after litigation the Workers' Compensation Judge awarded the claimant her total disability benefits. The employer allowed the claimant to return to work in a light duty capacity. The case was resolved for a lump sum settlement.
In New Castle, a restaurant worker suffered a skin rash on her arms and hands caused by soaps and cleaners she used to perform her duties. She was treated by a dermatologist and the insurance company voluntarily paid the claimant workers' compensation benefits. The employee returned to work for a short period but suffered the same skin rash and irritation. She continues to collect workers compensation benefits.
A factory worker from Titusville injured her neck and shoulder. The insurance company picked up her claim and paid her workers' compensation benefits. The employer filed a Petition for Modification of benefits. We were forced to litigate this claim resulting in a judgment awarding the continuation of benefits. Before the record closed on the litigation of the petition, the parties resolved this claim for a lump sum amount.
A truck driver from Harrisville injured his back while working on the back of his truck. The insurance company initially paid him workers' compensation benefits. The claimant returned to work at a modified duty job. Our staff filed a petition to reinstate partial disability benefits the worker. During the course of the litigation to have the truck driver's benefits reinstated the parties resolved this case for a lump sum settlement.
A LPN suffered a right shoulder injury while lifting a patient at work in Polk. She received workers' compensation benefits until her employer filed a petition to terminate her benefits. Our attorneys successfully retained worker's benefits throughout the remainder of the litigation. The parties attended a mediation with the workers' compensation judge and were eventually able to resolve this claim for a lump sum payment.
A youth development aide in New Castle was injured while restraining a resident. The injury was repaired with surgery and the worker was eventually released to return to work with restrictions. The employer did not offer work within the worker's restrictions so the worker continued to receive benefits. The employer sent the worker for a medical examination and filed a petition to suspend his benefits. After litigation on the suspension petition the judge ordered that the worker was entitled to continue receiving benefits.
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