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$ 130,000.00Settlement

Motorcycle Accidents/ Auto Accident

Fracture sternum & cervical spinal (two surgeries)

Description:
The case involved a 51-year-old woman who was a passenger in a car. Suddenly, without warning, the defendant lost control of his motorcycle and swerved directly into the path of the vehicle in which the woman was a passenger. The motorcycle hit the front of the vehicle and crashed through the window, causing direct physical impact.
$ 121,463.00Jury Verdict

Motorcycle Accidents

Soft Tissue and Broken Bone in Foot

Description:
The plaintiff was a mechanic on a casual saturday afternoon motorcycle ride, when a driver pulled out from a stop sign crashing into the side of the motorcycle. The claimant sustained soft tissue injuries to his foot and ankle, and fractured one of the small bones in his foot. He was able to return as a mechanic, but had to wear a permanent orthodic device in his shoe.
$ 100,000.00Settlement

Motorcycle Accident

Multiple Soft Tissue, Head Injury

Description:
The case involved a 53-year-old man who was driving his Harley Davidson motorcycle home from work, when the defendant's car drove through a red light colliding with the right rear of the motorcycle. The motorcyclist was thrown violently to the pavement, striking his head on the ground, suffering an obvious head injury and also suffering significant bumps, bruises and contusions.
$ 100,000.00Settlement

Motorcycle Accident

Death

Description:
The case involved a young woman who was a passenger on a motorcycle that was fleeing police. She fell off the back of the motorcycle and was run over by the police car.
$ 100,000.00Settlement

Motorcycle Accidents

Fractured ankle and back

Description:
The case involved a 47-year-old man who was driving his Harley Davidson motorcycle to a picnic. A man driving a Cadillac Escalade failed to yield right of way and smashed into the motorcyclist.