Case number 13559
Our client, a thirty-six year old married factory worker on his way to work, was struck by an express delivery truck whose driver fell asleep at the wheel. Death was instantaneous. His estate received a settlement of $1,500,000 in the wrongful death claim against the trucking company and its driver.
Case number 11811
Mrs. G., 48, a year-old artist, and married mother of two adult sons, was stopped for a red light when her car was struck from behind by a dump truck. There was evidence of conscious pain and suffering, and she died at the scene. A wrongful death claim was filed in federal court and case was settled during trial for $1,000,000.
Case number 204678
Our client, Mr. S., a 32 year-old equipment operator, struck by a garbage truck at an intersection , was pinned in his car, and suffered arm and leg fractures, requiring him to be placed in an induced coma as well as multiple surgeries. He made a remarkable recovery and was back to work in six months. He received a settlement of $1,000,000.
Case number 108984
Our client, a 54 year-old businessman, was driving to work when his car was struck by an oncoming car which crossed into his lane. He suffered multiple fractures and serious internal injuries, and was disabled for seven months. We recovered a total of $850,000 in liability insurance and underinsured motorist benefits.
Case number 200768
Mr. K, age 62 and retired, fatally injured in a truck accident. He was stopped in a line of traffic on an interstate highway, when his car was struck from behind by a tractor-trailer. After we filed suit, his estate recovered $800,000 in wrongful death damages.
Case number 11709
Our clients' married son died as the result of a surgical mishap in New York, , and his estate received a substantial settlement in a medical malpractice claim. The widow attempted to withhold the parents' share of the recovery, and we filed suit and recovered $400,000 for the parents.
Case number 203085
Mr. W, retired and 61 years old, was struck from the rear at a traffic light. He had a history of back problems, which were severely aggravated by the accident . We obtained for him a total settlement of $215,000 in liability and underinsured motorist coverage.
Case number 201542
Our client, a 43 year-old woman, was struck from the rear by another car while she was stopped with her left turn signal activated. She suffered multiple hip, leg and ankle injuries and internal injuries. KozloffStoudt obtained a settlement of $500,000 for her.
A gas explosion and fire caused extensive damage to our client's office building. Investigation revealed that an underground gas main failed because a telephone conduit had been installed directly above and too close to the gas main, causing it to crack. Kozloff Stoudt's client received a settlement of $941,000.
Case number 203215
Kozloff Stoudt's client, Ms. B., became intoxicated at a brew pub. Shortly after leaving the pub she was killed when her car collided with a pole. On behalf of her estate, we filed a liquor liability lawsuit against the pub, and received a settlement of $225,000.
Case number 205262
Mr. B, a retired truck driver was injured while driving to a medical appointment by another vehicle which ran a stop sign. He had multiple facial fractures, brain injuries and neck injuries. Kozloff Stoudt obtained a combined settlement of $300,000, including liability and underinsured motorist benefits.
Case number 204539
Kozloff Stoudt represented Miss H., an unemployed mother of two, who was a passenger in a car which was hit by another car which ran a red light. She suffered multiple fractures of the pelvis, and internal injuries. She recovered a total of $435,500 from the other car's insurance company and her family's underinsured motorist insurance.
Case Number 203010
Our clients’ home and possessions were destroyed in a fire. Their insurance agent had procured for them a policy with a nationally known insurance carrier in amounts that were vastly insufficient to compensate them for all their losses. Worse, the insurance carrier’s adjuster repeatedly failed to pay the limits of coverage that were available despite knowing that she had not finished her inventory of all the losses. We brought suit against the agent for procuring insufficient coverage and against the carrier for bad faith in its adjustment of our clients’ losses. We settled the case at a Final Pre-Trial Conference for $600,000.00 which was sufficient to cover all of our clients’ losses, pay their attorneys’ fees and extract from the carrier punitive damages for its bad faith conduct.
Case Number 205519
Our 36 year old client's hand and arm were pulled into a defective product's spinning mechanism while she was at work. Our investigation revealed that the machine was defective because of a too large gap between the spinners and the housing and because the direction of the spinners pulled the hand into the mechanism rather than expelling it away. Our client suffered a crush injury rendering her left hand useless. She also developed Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy in the left upper extremity and is totally disabled from working. We obtained for our client a settlement of $2,500,000.00 plus a major reduction of the Worker's Compensation lien against her settlement.