Rear End Collision Results In $100,000 Settlement
On the drive home from a Spring Break family vacation on US Route1, a father was slowing down attempting to make a right turn. There were two cars following him at the time. The car immediately behind him slowed and maintained a safe distance. Unfortunately another driver did not, violently pushing the middle vehicle into the families’ 2013 Hyundai Santa Fe SUV. He was treated several days later with a group of physicians. The MRI findings concluded he had a permanent injury to his lumbar spine. He underwent a series of injections and RFA’s and ultimately had a trial spinal cord stimulator implant. The defendant’s insurance company settled for $100,000.
Severe laceration from glass that broke during an exercise at an athletic training facility.
A young man, while working out at an athletic training facility, sustained a severe laceration from glass that broke during an exercise. A window shattered when an instructor ran into it. The client required multiple surgeries. The insurer for the facility denied coverage. We immediately filed a lawsuit. Shortly thereafter, the insurance company filed a Federal lawsuit arguing that their policy of insurance did not cover this incident. We successfully fought their arguments and the Federal Judge ruled in our favor. We continued with our lawsuit in Circuit Court and following very extensive discovery and depositions, the case was settled for a confidential amount on the eve of trial.
Wrongful Death of Disabled Child at Foster Home
Roman Austin Personal Injury Lawyers negotiated a confidential settlement for the mother of a boy who drowned in the swimming pool of his foster care providers. The mother was led to believe that his needs were being met by “specialists.” Tragically, the boy wandered into a swimming pool while his care provider fell asleep.
Negligent “Repair” Garage Door Results In Thumb Amputation
A client of Roman Austin was injured when a local garage repair company negligently “repaired” her garage door, resulting in a thumb amputation. After filing a lawsuit and protracted litigation, Roman Austin obtained a significant confidential settlement.