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Verdicts And Settlements

$750,000 — Premises liability settlement involving a dangerous culvert that resulted in a trip and fall. The client suffered from a fractured cervical vertebrae and herniated lumbar disc.

$700,000 — Settlement-Car wreck where our client suffered fractures to his tibia and fibula requiring knee and ankle surgery.

$500,000 — Settlement in wrongful death medical malpractice case.

$500,000 — Defense contractor killed while working overseas.  Death benefits paid to the spouse under the Defense Based Act.

$460,000 — Verdict resulting from an insurance company’s failure to pay an insured after a fire at the insured’s hotel.

$437,696 — Nurse injured his neck while on the job.  Settlement included $331,696 for future medical treatment.

$408,334 — Verdict-Eminent Domain case where the MDOT took a half acre of land along Hwy 57 from our client.

$350,000 — Settlement in a car accident case where the client suffered multiple herniated discs in their thoracic and lumbar spine after a multi-vehicle high-speed collision on the interstate.

$345,000 — Settlement for client who was driving a school bus and was hit by a dump truck that ran a red light. The collision resulted in a knee injury necessitating an ACL reconstruction and a neck injury.

$345,000 — Commercial vehicle wrecked into our client in East Ocean Springs. Our client suffered a bulging cervical disc that required radio frequency ablations.

$300,000 — Medical malpractice settlement-Failure to inform a patient that he had prostate cancer that later developed into stage 4 cancer.

$300,000 — Settlement in an 18-wheeler case with minimal property damage. We were able to prove that the driver hit and ran and then lied about it.

$260,000 — Settlement-Single vehicle motor vehicle collision where our client was a guest passenger and suffered injuries requiring an ankle fusion.

$250,000 — Settlement in a car wreck that resulted in herniated lumbar discs and the need for lumbar fusion surgery.

$230,000 — Medical Malpractice recovery. Our client was left with a foot drop after a surgeon incorrectly placed pedicle screws in his spinal nerve roots during a spinal fusion surgery.

$205,394 — shipyard worker injured his neck and knee when he fell at the shipyard.

$200,000 — Wrongful death medical malpractice settlement in a case that had a $500,000 recovery cap. Failure to diagnose a clot in the brain.

$190,000 — Truck driver injured on the job when he slipped exiting vehicle.  Required surgery on both shoulder and neck.

$180,000 — Premises liability settlement. Our client suffered transverse process fractures and a SI joint injury after she fell down stairs that were not built to the local building code and that failed coefficient of friction testing requirements.

$175,000 and a $50,000 — Recovery in the same case for an 18 wheeler driver who was hit by another 18 wheeler. We recovered $50,000 from the workers’ compensation insurance carrier then went on to recover $175,000 in the third party case against the at fault 18 wheeler driver.

$175,000 — Settlement-Medical malpractice claim against the VA under the FTCA. This claim involved the lost chance doctrine and failure to perform a necessary surgery that would have saved a foot from being amputated.

$165,000 — Settlement in a worker’s compensation case where the client suffered a large loss of wage earning capacity due to a neck injury.

Kenneth Lefebvre — $165,000 — Fiberoptic cable worker injured his neck on the job requiring surgery and leaving him with worth restrictions.

$157,500 — Shipyard worker injured his neck on the job.

$150,000 — 18 wheeler wreck resulting in aggravations of long standing preexisting injuries to our client’s neck, back, knees, and arms. The insurance company for the 18 wheeler argued that no new injuries were caused by the collision and that our client overtreated. Our firm was able to successfully settle the case for well over six figures even with all the strong arguments the insurance company presented regarding medical causation.

Audrey Warren — $150,000 — Shipyard worker injured lower back operating heaving equipment.

$145,000 — Settlement-Negligent supervision/premises liability claim.

$145,000 — Settlement in an 18-wheeler case which exacerbated the client’s preexisting lumbar issues.

$107,500 — Injured worker who required neck surgery and was left with restrictions.

$100,000 — Settlement-Minor injured in car accident that suffered facial scarring.

$61,500 — Worker electrocuted on the job