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Here are just a handful of our recent personal injury victories:

Premises Explosion — $13.7 million settlement for a 29-year-old worker who was burned at a power plant fire in Indiana while cleaning coal dust off of conveyor belts.

Trucking — $7 million settlement awarded after the death of a 29-year-old road construction worker who was struck by a tractor-trailer on I-75 in rural Tennessee.

Medical Malpractice — $6.5 million settlement awarded after the death of a 35-year-old man who went to hospital complaining of a sudden onset of burning chest pain who was admitted at the insistence of the family. After undergoing a stress test that revealed a possible abnormality that was ultimately thought to be a false positive, he was discharged. He woke up very early the next morning and died from an aortic dissection of the ascending aorta.

Pedestrian — $5 million settlement awarded to a 73-year-old bicyclist who was struck by a truck while crossing the street on his bicycle. Plaintiff suffered a below-the-knee amputation.

Trucking/Pedestrian — $1.2 Million settlement awarded after 61-year-old-pedestrian’s toes are rolled over by truck that jumped the curb while she was preparing to cross the street.

Bicycle/Automobile — $650,000 settlement awarded to 33 year-old-bicyclist struck by a motor vehicle exiting a car dealership who suffered a shoulder injury.

Premises/Wheelchair — $650,000 settlement awarded to 81-year-old woman who had her foot rolled over while being transported in a wheelchair resulting in a fractured leg.

Medical Malpractice — $650,000 settlement awarded to 73-year-old injured during surgical procedure.

Premises Liability — $385,000 settlement awarded after being sent out to trial for fast-food restaurant patron who was bit by dog in the restaurant, which restaurant claimed was a service animal.

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