Personal Injury

Dangerous Road Design: $3.5 Million Settlement

A motorist struck two Crenshaw High School students in a dangerous Los Angeles crosswalk in March 2007. The accident killed a 14-year-old boy and critically injured a 20-year-old female who suffered irreparable brain damage and severe orthopedic injuries. Our firm assisted their families in their suit against the city of Los Angeles for negligent road […]

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Dangerous Condition of Public Property: $7.6 Million Verdict

Our client discovered a fallen 60-foot queen palm tree had crushed his car outside his San Diego home in January 2010. He called a friend for a ride to work. As our client put his briefcase inside the car’s trunk a second queen palm collapsed and struck him. The nearly two-ton tree crushed his legs […]

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Defective Medical Device: $4.7 Million Settlement

Just hours after his birth, our client’s life was changed forever by a botched circumcision. The procedure performed by a physician involved the use of a dangerous and defective tool. The device mutilated the client’s penis forcing him to undergo numerous reconstructive surgeries over the course of several years. The injury also inflicted psychological and […]

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Load Shift Accident: $3.5 Million Verdict

Our client, a truck driver suffered catastrophic orthopedic injuries when 44-thousand pounds of flour was improperly loaded and poorly secured inside the trailer of his semi truck. While navigating a windy pass outside Redding in 2009, he lost control and had to ditch his truck by jumping out of the cab before it careened off […]

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Negligent Supervision: $2.4 Million

In July 2008, our client (a 15-year-old boy) signed up for football tryouts at Hollywood High School. During the unsupervised and authorized practice, he suffered a debilitating neck injury. The school failed to provide instruction or safety equipment. Our client sustained a fracture of the C6 vertebrae, a torn cervical injury and a head injury. […]

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