Below are examples of some results we have obtained for our clients by settlement or trial. Because no two cases are identical, past success does not mean that the same result can be achieved in a similar case in the future. If you have a case that you would like to discuss with us, you may call, email, or fax us to arrange for a free consultation regarding your case. We only represent plaintiffs and we do so strictly on a contingent fee basis.
AUTOMOBILE NEGLIGENCE CASES
on behalf of a federal government contractor who sustained a mild traumatic brain injury in a Washington, DC truck collision.
on behalf of a part-time worker in her 70’s who sustained mild traumatic brain injury from an automobile collision.
on behalf of two elderly women who each sustained fractures in a bad car wreck.
representing policy limits, in a wrongful death case on behalf of the family of a woman who was killed in a motor vehicle collision in Maryland.
for a Washington, D.C. school aide who suffered a traumatic brain injury when the bus she was traveling in was struck by a car.
for a Maryland police officer who sustained a closed head injury in a truck collision.
on behalf of a pedestrian who was tragically killed as the result of a multi-car collision in Washington, DC.
jury verdict on behalf of a pedestrian who was struck by a Metro bus in Washington, DC.
for a bicyclist who was struck by a negligent truck driver in Washington, D.C.
representing policy limits, on behalf of a pedestrian in an automobile accident who was struck by a negligent driver in Washington, DC, causing her to sustain a tibia fracture.
on behalf of a young man on a bicycle who was struck by a cab driver in Washington, DC.
representing policy limits, on behalf of a federal employee who was struck by a negligent driver in Washington, DC.
jury verdict on behalf of a woman in Washington, DC who was injured in an automobile accident when she was a passenger in a cab that was struck by a Metro Bus.
Federal Tort Claims Act verdict on behalf of a woman in a Washington, DC automobile accident who was riding in a Metro bus that was struck by federal government agency vehicle.
MEDICAL NEGLIGENCE CASES
in a cervical cancer medical malpractice case involving misinterpretation of pap smears.
in an obstetrical negligence case involving infant birth asphyxia which, using a structured settlement, will result in the injured cerebral palsy child receiving life time annuity payments in excess of $10,000,000.
in a neurosurgery and critical care hospital negligence case involving deep brain stimulation surgery and permanent brain damage due to bleeding and post operative brain swelling.
in a pediatric neurosurgery and pediatric intensive care hospital negligence case involving meningitisand permanent brain damage.
in a delayed diagnosis of stroke medical negligence case involving emergency room negligence.
in a delayed diagnosis of stroke case where the opportunity for emergent treatment with IV TPA or intra-arterial mechanical removal of clot was lost due to medical negligence.
in an obstetrical negligence case involving uterine rupture for a VBAC mother (vaginal birth after c-section) and the inappropriate use of Cytotec to induce labor.
in a radiology negligence case involving misinterpretation of mammograms and resulting delay in the diagnosis of breast cancer.
in a nursing negligence case involving failure to recognize an acute asthma attack that resulted in death.
in a dental negligence case involving a delayed diagnosed of tongue cancer.
in an orthopedic surgery negligence case involving deep vein thrombosis and pulmonary embolism that resulted in death.
in a HMO negligence case involving stroke and resulting permanent disability.
in an obstetrical negligence case involving shoulder dystocia and a resulting brachial plexus injury to the infant.
in a hospital nursing negligence case involving pressure sores and resulting disabling injuries.
in a hospital critical care and hematology negligence case involving negligent treatment of a sickle cell crisis that resulted in death.
in an emergency medicine negligence case involving a heart attack and resulting death.
PREMISES LIABILITY CASES
in a trip and fall case in Washington, DC on behalf of a federal employee who sustained a severe spinal cord injury due to a defective building design and inadequate safety precautions.
on behalf of an elderly woman who fell in an escalator accident in Washington, DC, when a Metro escalator unexpectedly stopped, causing her to be thrown forward.
on behalf of a female student in an inadequate security case when she was sexually assaulted in a Washington, DC school.
on behalf of a woman who sustained a fractured femur as a result of falling into a manhole that was inadequately maintained by a property owner in Prince George’s County, Maryland.
on behalf of an elderly man who was injured in an elevator accident in Washington, DC.
on behalf of a woman who slipped on untreated ice in the parking lot of a retail store in Alexandria, VA.
jury verdict on behalf of a young woman in an inadequate security case who was assaulted by another individual in a department store in Maryland.
on behalf of a Washington, DC woman who sustained a shoulder injury when she fell on a recently washed floor exiting an elevator.
on behalf of a woman who was injured in a trip and fall case in Maryland due to poor lighting in a parking garage.
on behalf of a female tourist who sustained a serious fracture of her wrist when she fell on account of inadequately maintained sidewalk in downtown Washington, D.C.
on behalf of a young man in a defective building maintenance case who was injured on the balcony of an apartment complex in Maryland when the balcony railing unexpectedly malfunctioned.
on behalf of a man who was injured in a workplace fall in Washington, DC.
on behalf of a man who fell at a Washington, DC professional sports venue on account of unsafe premises.
on behalf of a woman who was injured in an escalator malfunction case in Washington, DC when a building escalator unexpectedly and abruptly stopped.
OTHER NEGLIGENCE CASES
on behalf of a man who suffered from burn injuries while working at a factory in West Virginia.
on behalf of a man who was the victim of excessive force in Washington, DC by the District of Columbia Police.
on behalf of a young man in Washington, DC who suffered from serious food poisoning on account of inadequate food safety procedures.
on behalf of a woman who contracted an infection in a Maryland nail salon.
on behalf of a young man in a products liability case who suffered an eye injury due to a defective bungee cord.
on behalf of a man who was wrongfully assaulted in Washington, DC by the District of Columbia Police.