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Automobile Accident

Spinal Cord Injuries

Description:
The case involved a 19-year-old young man who was a passenger in a car that left the roadway, and rolled over causing a severe neck injury resulting in quadriplegia. A structured settlement was put in place with these funds resulting in a return many times more than the actual settlement. This settlement allowed for lifetime care and income.
$ 1,500,000.00Settlement

Car Accidents

Burn Injuries

Description:
The plaintiff was a passenger in a stretch limousine that was rear-ended. The limousine's gas tank ruptured from the impact causing burns to over 18% of her body. She made a good recovery, but was left with scarring.
$ 1,450,000.00Settlement

Car Accidents

Brain Injuries

Description:
A 15-year-old girl suffered a traumatic brain injury when the pickup truck she was riding in lost control and rolled over. Driver claimed a semi-tractor passed him causing him to lose control of his truck and trailer. Accident occurred in Chipley, Florida.
$ 1,450,000.00Settlement

Car Accidents

Brain Injuries

Description:
A 14-year-old girl who was a MN resident was involved in a one car crash as a passenger in Florida. She suffered a Traumatic Brain Injury and spent several weeks in the hospital and rehabilitation care. Thankfully, she made a fantastic physical and mental recovery. Settlement for policy limits of $1,450,000.00.
$ 1,425,000.00Settlement

Car Accidents

Son: Wrongful Death, Mother: Brain Injury & two Broken Ankles

Description:
The plaintiff was flying from Maryland to Colorado. She and her 13 year old son were returning from spring break. The plane was grounded in Minneapolis because of weather conditions in Colorado. The plaintiff had attended college in MN, so she called a friend to get together during her layover. The defendant joined them for dinner and offered to take the plaintiff back to the airport. The plaintiff was not aware that the defendant had been drinking prior to meeting them. On the way back to the airport the plaintiff noticed the defendant was traveling at a high rate of speed. The defendant's vehicle left the roadway and smashed into a steel barrier. The defendant had a BAC of .18.