Verdicts and Settlements

$50,000: T-Bone Collision Causes Vehicle to Roll

CASE DESCRIPTION: On March 22, 2012, at around 3:30 p.m. defendant, Sara M. was traveling northwest along Via Del Rio intending to make a left hand turn onto Avenida Del Vista. At this time, plaintiff, Ilse M., was traveling southeast along Via Del Rio with a green traffic signal for through traffic. Defendant failed to… read more

$160,000: Vehicle Loses Control Results in Hospitalization

CASE DESCRIPTION: February 5, 2009, Mr. Brandon F. was driving his brother, Garrett F.’s vehicle, a 1994 Acura Integra. Brandon was traveling southbound on Brea Canyon Road just north of the Los Angeles and Orange County line. Suddenly, and without warning, Cynthia C. who was traveling northbound on Brea Canyon Road, lost control of her… read more

$250,000: Careless Left Turn Leads to Collision With Tree, Facial Fractures

CASE DESCRIPTION: Plaintiff, Jessica D., was driving her 2004 Infiniti G35 eastbound on Alton Parkway, toward Armstrong Avenue in the City of Irvine. As Plaintiff approached the intersection of Alton Parkway and Armstrong Avenue, Defendant, Charles H., attempted to make a left hand turn from westbound Alton Parkway onto Armstrong Avenue without first checking for… read more

$15,000,000: Forty-Eight-Year-Old Father of Two Killed in Rear-End Accident Involving Cal Fire Truck

CASE DESCRIPTION: On Aug. 1, 2012, Defendant CalFire Chief Timothy M., who was driving a state vehicle within the course and scope of his employment, was heading east on I-210 in Highland when he changed lanes as traffic slowed. He rear-ended the car driven by Gregory K. at 70 miles per hour (mph), pinning the… read more

$300,000: Auto v. Motorcycle Leads to Serious Injuries

CASE DESCRIPTION: On January 17, 2011 around 7:55 a.m., our client, Alexander M. was riding his green 2003 Kawasaki Ninja X6RR, southbound in the #1 lane of Harvard as he approached the intersection with Alton in the City of Irvine, he proceeded through the green light. Suddenly and without warning, a red 2005 Honda Element… read more

$300,000: Golf Cart Ride Gone Awry

CASE DESCRIPTION: On December 17, 2011 Kitty and her husband, Steve, participated in a bridge tournament at The Westin Mission Hills Resort & Spa in Rancho Mirage, California. Around 6:30 p.m., Kitty and Steven left the tournament and walked towards their car parked in the western-most lot from the clubhouse. A golf cart owned and… read more

$140,000: Complicated Scalp Laceration Caused by Falling Ladder

CASE DESCRIPTION: On the afternoon of Friday, March 18, 2011, Patrick R. was walking with friends, south of Figueroa Street towards LA Live in downtown Los Angeles. At around 1:30pm, Patrick and his friends stopped on the sidewalk at the northwest corner of Figueroa Street and Olympic Boulevard. They waited for the pedestrian traffic signal… read more

$375,000: Absence of Handrail Causes Spectator Fall From Bleachers

CASE DESCRIPTION: On or about August 7, 2010, Plaintiffs John E. and Evalyn E. were spectators at their son’s Swoosh Basketball sponsored basketball game in the gymnasium at Hope International University. At one point during the game an altercation erupted among several players. Immediately following the altercation, John got up from his seat in the… read more

$350,000: Drunk Driver Causes Freeway Crash

CASE DESCRIPTION: On January 29, 2011, Frank A. was driving he and his wife, Ana A., southbound in the number three lane on Interstate 605 in Norwalk in their 2005 Lincoln Town Car. In a fraction of a second, and without time to take any evasive maneuvers, the front of Frank’s vehicle was struck from… read more

$250,000: Policy Limit Settlement Reached For Auto Accident in LA Habra, CA

CASE DESCRIPTION: Robert S. was returning home from work in a sport-utility vehicle traveling East on Ocean Blvd. in Long Beach, CA. Robert was a passenger in the right rear seat of the vehicle being driven by a co-worker. As Robert’s vehicle approaches the intersection of Hermosa Ave., it began to slow. While slowing, and… read more