Personal Injury Verdicts & Settlements
Our Past Successes Speak For Themselves
Motorcyclist who hit a car that was pulling out onto street. Policy Limits. Major facial injuries and facial surgery.
Policy limits for automobile occupant whose car was crushed by a truck driver who was falling asleep. Fractured pelvis. Multiple surgeries, I-80 Fremont.
Settlement for woman who developed primary pulmonary hypertension due to use of diet drug.
A middle-aged construction worker on a crane suffered third-degree burns when his crane hit a overhead power line.
A motorcyclist struck a negligently placed cement barrier.
Motorcyclist injured when broadsided by automobile, causing hip, facial and shoulder injuries.
For an 18-year-old who was hit by a drunk driver totaling his car and causing permanent brain damage. Daly City.
A woman who was killed while crossing the street in a crosswalk.
Policy limits settlement for auto accident victim.
For man who fractured his knee on a rolled-up rubber mat at a Merced supermarket.
For a woman who stepped in a hole while accessing a hot tub at a residential home resulting in RSD/CRPS diagnosis.
We represented a tourist who rode a horse at a local stable horse ride. He was thrown from the horse due to a stable employee galloping by, spooking the tourist’s horse. The fall caused his death.
For a cyclist who hit overgrown branches from a private club while cycling on a county bike path. Shoulder injury with surgery.
Fen-Phen user who was diagnosed with Primary Pulmonary Hypertension following short-term use of the popular diet drug.
DEFECTIVE MEDICAL DEVICE
For a retired male who was infected with a virus from a heater-cooler device during open heart surgery.
Verdict plus interest for a 9-year-old girl who developed Steven’s Johnson Syndrome after taking Children’s Motrin.
For victim in a Greyhound accident when the driver fell asleep striking a highway divider. Catastrophic injuries.
DISCLAIMER: Any mention of past results are specific to the facts and legal circumstances of each of the client’s cases and should not be used to form an expectation that the same results could be obtained for other clients in similar matters without reference to the specific factual and legal circumstances of each client’s case. Nadrich & Cohen Accident Injury Lawyers is proud of its past achievements, but its prior success does not and cannot guarantee a similar outcome in the future.
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