Motor vehicle accident cases represent a large portion of our case load. Most commonly, we represent persons who have suffered injury to their head (brain), neck, back, arms, and legs. During the last 2 years, we have recovered over $1,600,000.00 in “out-of-court” policy limits settlements.
The Horn Law Firm, P.C. obtained a $375,000.00 settlement for a man who suffered a herniated lumbar disc in an auto accident. Because the accident happened while our client was in the course of his employment, our client also recovered worker’s compensation benefits.
A 36 year-old man who suffered extensive soft tissue injuries to his neck and back received a $325,000.00 settlement in a litigated case. This was an excellent recovery because our client had a history of pre-existing injury.
A lawsuit was brought against two large auto insurance companies in order to compensate a woman injured in an accident by a phantom vehicle. Prior to litigation neither insurance company offered a settlement. The claims were brought pursuant to uninsured motorist coverage and the case was settled for $220,282.00.
A Kansas case was settled before litigation for a passenger who suffered a non-surgical back fracture. The case involved a one vehicle rollover accident where the vehicle went down a steep embankment and came to rest in a ditch. A confidential settlement was reached.
A 38 year-old man who suffered a crushed ankle and foot in an auto accident obtained a $492,750.00 settlement. Our client also received worker’s compensation benefits since he was in the course and scope of employment at the time of injury.
We obtained a $317,500.00 settlement for a man who suffered fracture of the right tibia and fibula in an auto accident. Claims were brought pursuant to his under insured motorist policy.
We obtained a $200,000.00 settlement for our client who suffered a brain injury in an auto accident. Claims were brought pursuant to her uninsured motorist policy. A significant recovery was obtained because we argued the coverage should be “stacked” due to owning multiple vehicles.
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