This was a case rejected by two other firms. A drunk driver in Lakeland, Florida crossed to wrong side of the road and hit our client. Young boy - sitting behind driver was injured so badly that he had grey matter (part of his brain) seeping out of his head onto the back seat of the automobile. MRI clearly showed that part of his brain was missing as a result of this accident. A major insurance company covered the drunk driver with a $10,000/$20,000 policy. They paid a third party's property damage but failed to tender the policy limits to our client - who was fighting for his life! This resulted in a Bad Faith case against the insurance company and therefore Neufeld, Kleinberg & Pinkiert, PA were able to bypass the limited policy amounts.
Attorney David Kleinberg, from Neufeld, Kleinberg & Pinkiert, PA was lead trial counsel in a six-week, products liability, marathon trial against Yamaha for selling a defective wave runner. Mr. Kleinbergâ€™s trial team was able to prove: (a) that Yamaha knew of this design defect; (b) knew that many people were sustaining severe injuries due to the design defect; and (c) that Yamaha had the technology and capability (they owned actual patents!) to cheaply and effectively correct the design defect; but elected not to fix the problem that proximately caused catastrophic injuries to our client and the death of her best friend.
Mejia - NKP continues to investigate when other law firms would have stopped short.
Unrelated third party slows down on I-95. Our client is behind this car and also slows down. Defendant, in a car-delivery truck, does not slow down at all and plows into our client. The truck, claiming to be an independent contractor, had a $1,000,000 policy that they tendered immediately. Most law firms would have stopped there.
Two years of our investigation revealed that the trucker was really an employee of a large Orlando, Florida corporation, which had a $70 Million Dollar insurance policy.
Defendant tried to blame the accident on the first car that slowed down - claiming that she must have stopped shortâ€¦they thought they would be able to get away with this defense because the first car was driven by a Jamaican woman, who had already returned to Jamaica. NKP conducted its investigation and found the lady, and flew to Jamaica to take her deposition. This lady confirmed that she didnâ€™t stop short at all.
Various minor and major car accidents.
Between thousands and millions depending on the severity of the injury.
Our firm represents those who are legitimately injured due to the negligence of another. From minor fender benders and whiplashes, to the most catastrophic of automobile accidents.