$12,000,000.00 (MEDICAL MALPRACTICE) Failure to diagnose infectious disease - brain damage
$ 8,150,000.00 (MEDICAL MALPRACTICE) Failure to diagnose clot - brain damage/quadriplegia
$ 6,700,000.00 (WORK SITE - LABOR LAW VIOLATION) Quadriplegia from scaffold fall
$ 4,750,000.00 (WORK SITE - LABOR LAW VIOLATION) Burns to construction worker
$ 4,150,000.00 (MEDICAL MALPRACTICE) Undiagnosed Malaria causing blindness
$ 2,100,000.00 (MEDICAL MALPRACTICE) Negligent brain surgery resulting in paralysis
$ 2,000,000.00 (MEDICAL MALPRACTICE) Anesthesia death of young mother.
$ 1,850,000.00 (AUTO NEGLIGENCE) One car accident-death of mother and infant.
$ 1,700,000.00 (MEDICAL MALPRACTICE) Death from undiagnosed pulmonary embolism.
$ 1,400,000.00 (MEDICAL MALPRACTICE) Failure to diagnose breast cancer.
$ 1,375,000.00 (MEDICAL MALPRACTICE) Failure to diagnose breast cancer.
$ 1,175,000.00 (MEDICAL MALPRACTICE) Failure to diagnose colon cancer.
$ 1,056,000.00 (MEDICAL MALPRACTICE) Death from pierced bowel in â€œminorâ€ procedure.
$ 900,000.00 (SLIP AND FALL - NEGLIGENCE) Back injuries from fall on icy sidewalk.
$ 800,000.00 (MEDICAL MALPRACTICE) Failure to diagnose skin cancer.
$ 743,000.00 (MEDICAL MALPRACTICE) Brain hemorrhage from coumadin (blood thinner).
$ 700,000.00 (SLIP AND FALL - NEGLIGENCE) Back and head injury
$ 600,000.00 (WRONGFUL DISMISSAL) Doctorâ€™s loss of hospital staff privileges.
$ 495,000.00 (AUTO NEGLIGENCE) Pedestrian struck by a truck - multiple fractures
$ 487,000.00 (POLICE ASSAULT) Civilian employee with herniated disc.
$ 419,000.00 (PRODUCTS LIABILITY) Nerve injuries - electric shock from defective lamp.
These are some of the results our firm and our predecessor firm have achieved for hundreds of clients over the years. The results in any given case may vary, but all of our clients are important to us.
That is what we mean when we say we are committed to helping injured people.
Dalloo v. Keyspan
$1.7 million verdict in gas explosion
40 year old woman suffered severe neck and back injuries and post-traumatic stress disorder in building collapse