Personal Injury & Wrongful Death: Verdicts & Settlements

  • Confidential settlement of a complex products liability case involving an explosion in an industrial setting resulting in severe burns and disfigurement.
  • $2 million settlement in a products liability case against the foreign manufacturer and distributor of a contaminated over-the-counter sleep aide. A 57 year old gentleman, a former Boston Marathon runner, became wheel chair dependent following the use of this product.
  • $1.8 million jury verdict resulting in a $2.5 million settlement for a veterinarian who fell at a local motel as a result of ice located near the motel’s entrance, fracturing his right ankle in three places.
  • $1.55 million settlement for the operator of a motorcycle and his passenger when a truck entered the lane of travel of the motorcycle. The operator of the motorcycle sustained a traumatic brain injury.
  • $1.15 million wrongful death settlement for a pedestrian struck while walking on the shoulder of a local, rural road.
  • $1 million settlement for a traumatic brain injury involving a construction worker hit in the head by a metal stud that fell from the second floor of a building.
  • $750,000 settlement resulting from a car crash on Interstate 95 in Old Lyme involving a violent collision that caused the passenger to be ejected from the bed of the pickup truck.
  • $728,500 awarded in the arbitration of an uninsured motorist claim involving the operation of a tractor trailer, resulting in a below the knee amputation of the right leg of a co-worker who was a passenger.
  • $325,000 settlement for a 27 year old woman injured when her apartment door fell on her head as she was leaving her apartment.
  • $324,000 jury verdict for a man and his wife as a result of injuries sustained in a rear-end collision on Interstate 95.
  • $251,700 jury verdict for self-employed construction worker against his underinsured motorist insurance carrier for low back injuries sustained in an intersection collision between his tri-axle dump truck and passenger vehicle.

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