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Past Verdicts and Settlements

Our history of success

COMPLEX CIVIL LITIGATION

VERDICT OF OVER $820,000 AGAINST BANK OF AMERICA IN FAVOR OF SCHOOL IN EMBEZZLEMENT CASE

With Interest, Award Exceeds $1,060,000; Case upheld by Connecticut Supreme Court

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PERSONAL INJURY VERDICTS AND SETTLEMENTS

 

JURY HOLDS INSURANCE COMPANY ACCOUNTABLE IN LEDYARD CAR ACCIDENT CASE

Company had denied responsibility for years, claiming driver who caused the accident was not an “insured” under auto policy

 

SETTLEMENT TOTALING $925,000 FOR BURN INJURIES SUFFERED IN INDUSTRIAL ACCIDENT

Company had failed to follow safety procedures

 

VERDICT OF $37,500 IN MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT CASE;

Insurance company’s pre-trial offer was one-tenth of jury’s verdict

JURY AWARDS $75,000 IN MOTOR VEHICLE CASE

Insurance Company had chance to settle before trial for $60,000 but refused to offer more than $30,000

 

SETTLEMENT OF $900,000 IN CONSTRUCTION SITE ACCIDENT CASE

Company Violated Safety Rules

 

EMPLOYMENT VERDICTS AND SETTLEMENTS

 

$1,000,000 VERDICT IN CASE OF FIRED UPS DRIVER

Judge Vacates $500,000 In Punitive Damages But Grants Job Re-Instatement, Back Pay And Attorney’s Fees; Punitive Damages To Be Decided By Appellate Court

SETTLEMENT OF $125,000 IN CASE INVOLVING WORKPLACE EMOTIONAL DISTRESS INFLICTED BY SUPERVISOR

 

$300,000 SETTLEMENT IN CASE OF AGE DISCRIMINATION AND WORKPLACE SLANDER/ DEFAMATION AGAINST LARGE EMPLOYER

Claim alleged employer falsely accused employee of misconduct based on shoddy investigation

 

FIRED WORKER RECEIVES SETTLEMENT PACKAGE VALUED AT OVER
$400,000

Claim alleged workplace defamation and infliction of emotional distress.

 

 

WORKERS’ COMPENSATION AWARDS AND SETTLEMENTS

 

WAL-MART HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR NECK INJURY TO LONG-TIME EMPLOYEE CAUSED BY REPETITIVE JOB DUTIES

Company Ordered To Pay For Surgery After Formal Hearing – Defense Of Pre-Existing Condition Rejected

 

COMMISSIONER ORDERS EMPLOYER TO ACCEPT RESPONSIBILITY FOR WORKPLACE SKIN INJURY

Employee receives compensation benefits followed by substantial settlement

 

 

$134,500 SETTLEMENT IN EMPLOYEE’S BACK INJURY CLAIM

Prior lawyer told employee “Nothing more could be done.”

 

WAL-MART ORDERED TO PAY FOR BACK SURGERY AFTER FORMAL HEARING

Company had denied responsibility, claiming it was related to “pre-existing condition”

 

 

$400,000 SETTLEMENT IN WORKERS’ COMPENSATION CLAIM.

Employee returns to school for re-training after injury leaves her unable to return to job

 

MOHEGAN SUN PERSONAL INJURY/WORKERS’ COMPENSATION AWARDS

 

PATRON AWARDED MAXIMUM BENEFIT PERMITTED UNDER MOHEGAN RULES FOR LEG INJURY SUFFERED AS A RESULT OF FALL AT A TRIBAL-OWNED RESTAURANT

Trial Judge Sides With Patron; Mohegan’s Pre-Trial Offer Less Than $5,000

 

IN FIRST EVER MOHEGAN WORKERS’ COMPENSATION APPEAL, INJURED WORKER AWARDED FULL COMPENSATION BENEFITS DESPITE PRE-EXISTING ARTHRITIS – COURT REJECTS MOHEGAN’S ARGUMENT THAT EMPLOYEE’S BENEFIT SHOULD BE REDUCED DUE TO PRE-EXISTING CONDITION

Employer Argued It Should Only Have To Pay 10% Of Employee’s Full Benefit

 

 

Past performance is not an indication of future outcomes.  Each case is unique.  Past results do not guarantee future results.