• Case Was Settled
    Car Accident Our client was involved in a car accident. Over the period of the following 2 years he was involved in 3 more accidents and none were his fault. Each of the insurance companies blamed the other for causing or contributing to his injuries and all of them disputed the nature and extent of his injuries. During the process our client was diagnosed with cancer. He is a survivor. He developed other medical issues. After 3 years of extensive litigation discovery, depositions, and expert retention and depositions, we convinced the insurance company to do the right thing and settle for their insured's policy limit of $250,000.
  • Settlement Offer of $250,000
    Rear-End Accident With Neck Injuries Rear-end accident with minimal impact and minor property damage to the cars. Our client suffered a neck injury requiring surgery. The insurance company offered $8,000. We filed a lawsuit and conducted extensive discovery. We took several depositions of the insurance company’s experts. The insurance company increased its offer to $20,000. We rejected the offer and kept fighting. We hired experts to prove that the impact caused our client’s neck injuries. We went to mediation and the insurance company increased its offer to $150,000. We rejected the offer and kept fighting. The insurance company has finally offered to pay its policy limit of $250,000 and we are still fighting for more.
  • Settlement
    Auto accident Auto accident with pre-existing injuries and subsequent accident injuries and intervening diagnosis of serious medical condition.
  • Settled for $200,000
    Pedestrian vs. Auto Accident Our client, an 80-year-old man, was crossing the street in a crosswalk when a city employee driving a truck failed to see him while finishing a left turn. The truck struck our client, causing fractured ribs and other injuries. The city denied the claim, so we filed a lawsuit and conducted extensive discovery. We settled the case at mediation for more than $200,000.00
  • Settled for $185,000.00
    Premises Liability Lizette M. was a 30 year old mother and Santa Clarita Valley resident who slipped and fell on a puddle of water in the common area of a major local shopping mall. She suffered injuries to her thumb requiring surgery. This was a hotly disputed case. The mall owners denied liability, arguing they had no knowledge of the puddle on the floor, and therefore should not be held liable for the accident. After extensive investigation, litigation, discovery, depositions, and the retention of experts; we successfully negotiated a settlement of $185,000.00.
  • Settled (prior to arbitration)
    Car Accident Injury Our client was a passenger in a car that lost control and drove off the road flipping over resulting in injuries. The insurance companies argued our client wasn't wearing his seatbelt. Extensive discovery and negotiations were performed. The case was settled.
  • Settled at Mediation
    Slip and Fall Accident This was a premises liability slip and fall accident at a well known natural retail and grocery store chain. Liability was denied and no offers were ever made. Our client suffered injuries and required arthroscopic knee surgery. After extensive litigation and discovery followed by mediation we successfully negotiated settlement for the amount of 140,000.00
  • Settled for $130,000
    Rear-End Accident With Back Injuries Our client sustained back injuries in a rear-end accident with minimal impact and property damage. We litigated extensively but did not receive any offers until mediation. The case was settled for $130,000.
  • Settled the case
    Hot Air Balloon Accident Our client was injured in a hot air balloon accident resulting in burns. The hot air balloon company argued that its release and waiver form precluded our client from making a claim for injuries. We fought the waiver and release and prevailed. We settled the case for the restricted policy limit of $100,000.00 with having to file a lawsuit.
  • Settlement Reached
    Hot Air Balloon Injury Settlement Our client was injured in a hot air balloon accident resulting in burns. The hot air balloon company argued that its release and waiver form precluded our client from making a claim for injuries. We fought the waiver and release and prevailed, settling the case for the restricted policy limit of $100,000.00 with having to file a lawsuit .
  • Settlement mediation
    Slip and fall Slip and fall in nightclub. $90,000.
  • Settlement mediation
    Slip and fall Slip and fall in supermarket.
  • Settlement Negotiated
    Trip & Fall Accident Our client went to the defendant's local restaurant. She was greeted and directed to a table. While attempting to pull out the chair for her to sit, she trip and feel on a hidden curb/plantar adjacent to her table. This case was referred to us by another personal injury attorney due the defendants' insurer denying liability for the accident or the injuries. We immediately prepared a comprehensive and extensive detailed demand for settlement letter and package of materials. The insurance carrier conveyed low offer. We filed a lawsuit and aggressively litigated the case. Ultimately we successfully negotiated a settlement for $85,000.00 which represented the full value of our client's injuries and compensation.
  • Case Settled
    Automobile Accident Roberto R. was involved in a rear end collision with another party, and received medical treatment for back injuries sustained in the accident. The at-fault party's insurance company did not believe that Roberto should have required six months of treatment for this accident, and did not make any offer to settle his claim. The exact reason for the denial was that the insurance adjuster felt Roberto's treatment was excessive, and made a decision that his claim was worth zero. We litigated the case, and were able to settle the claim at a mandatory settlement conference for $85,000.00.
  • Settlement mediation
    Slip and fall Slip and fall in nightclub
  • Trial Verdict of $33,000
    Motor Vehicle Accident

    Our client was involved in a car accident with a Los Angeles County Sheriff Officer. The police report placed the Sheriff at fault. Witnesses placed the Sheriff at fault. Unfortunately the County of Los Angeles denied our clients claim and disputed our client’s injuries. We took this case and fought all the way to trial because we wanted to do the right thing for our client and in order to prove that the Los Angeles County was responsible for causing the accident and our clients injuries. After filing a government claim followed by a lawsuit we performed extensive litigation and discovery. Shortly before the trial the County counsel offered to settle our client’s case for $10,000.

    Our demand for settlement was $25,000. Shortly before trial the county increased its offer to $15,000. Unfortunately it was too little too late. Our client’s medical bills were approximately 13,000, and we had spent several thousands of dollars in litigation. We continued the battle and hired experts. The defense hired multiple experts. We went to trial and after one full week the Jury decided in our client’s favor and voted 12-0. The jury awarded our client 33,000. After the trial, the Count filed multiple motions to appeal the Jury's decision and award. We continued to fight and oppose all of their motions. Ultimately, we prevailed and the County paid our client the Verdict plus all of our costs advanced to prosecute the case.

  • Confidential Settlement
    Fireworks Malfunction Our client suffered injuries from a fireworks malfunction on July 4th. Many people suffered injuries in the accident. The liability was disputed, but we successfully proved our client’s case and maximized his recovery for a confidential amount.
  • Settlement
    Auto vs pedestrian. Wrongful death.

    Settlement. Policy limit

    Auto vs pedestrian. Wrongful death

    Confidential amount. Client on skateboard crossing outside of crosswalk.

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