Motorcycle accident with a coffee company. Our client was in a devastating motorcycle accident which caused tremendous grief for him. We were able to negotiate $10,000,000 as compensation.
Motorcycle accident with a construction cleaning company. Liability was initially in dispute, but after our thorough investigation into the accident, we were able to convince the liability insurer for the company that the company's driver was at-fault.
Car accident on the highway. This was a claim against our client's own auto insurance provider for his Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist coverage (UM/UIM). After a major accident with a negligent driver who carried minimal car insurance coverage, our client demanded the UM/UIM limits of $100,000 from his auto insurer. They initially offered him $25,000. After we got involved, we were able to get them to pay far in excess of our client's policy limits.
Car accident on the highway with a cooling & refrigeration company. After our client was rear-ended on the highway by a work truck, we were able to negotiate a large settlement from the company's insurance provider.
Medical malpractice case against a dentist in which our client's husband died while in the dentist's chair. Liability was disputed, and other medical providers were blamed for the death. The dentist's insurance ended up paying his medical malpractice insurance limits.
Claim against a car rental company. Our client rented a car from a major car rental company. He purchased a supplemental liability policy with the rental to protect him in case of an accident. After he was struck by an uninsured negligent driver, he demanded UM/UIM coverage from the supplemental liability policy he purchased to compensate him for his injuries. They initially denied the claim, stating that the supplemental liability policy does not provide UM/UIM coverage. We believed their denial of UM/UIM coverage was unlawful based on our intimate knowledge of the Florida UM/UIM law, so we called their bluff. After we filed suit and sought to discover their entire file of prior denials for similar claims, they paid way more than the reasonable value of this specific claim to avoid the risk of a class action for thousands of prior wrongful denials.
Claim involving a residential shooting. After our clients sustained non-life threatening injuries from a shooting at an acquaintance's house, they demanded the homeowner's liability policy limits of $300,000. The homeowner's insurance initially denied the claim, inciting the "intentional tort" exemption, which excludes coverage for injuries caused by intentional acts of its insured. We were able to convince the insurance company otherwise, and they eventually paid our clients the policy limits.
Trucking accident on the highway between two semis. We were able to take this case over from a prior attorney who had only received an offer of $100,000 to settle.
Claim against a psychiatrist for sending inappropriate text messages to our client, who was a patient of his at the time.
Not all clients obtain the same or similar monetary results, as results may vary. The amounts stated are before deduction for attorney’s fees and costs such as expert witnesses or for medical bills for the clients’ injuries.