Verdicts & Settlements

Settlements and awards we have won for our clients:

  • $860,000 settlement for wrongful death auto accident for a 24-year-old highway worker struck by car while working on the Florida Turnpike.
  • $750,000 recovery for a driver from Mohawk, NY, who sustained chest, neck, back and knee injuries after being rear-ended by a Village of Yorkville dump truck.
  • $637,000 arbitration award for a laborer who sustained significant neck and back injuries at a stone quarry in Saratoga, NY.
  • $450,000 pre-suit settlement in a medical malpractice matter (surgical error).
  • $225,000 recovery for a Rensselear County woman who fell at a New York state campground when she reached out for a post that fell out of the ground due to inadequate installation. The plaintiff had two surgeries to one of her legs.
  • $200,000 recovery for a Clinton County man who was rear-ended and sustained injuries to his chest and lower back.
  • $200,000 recovery for the owner of a private dam in Greene County. The dam had previously failed due to poor design and negligent construction. Recovery was for cost of reconstruction.
  • $170,000 settlement in a wrongful death matter involving negligent care/transportation of an elderly woman in Schenectady.
  • $165,000 recovery for an elderly woman who was injured when she leaned on her bathroom sink, which fell from the wall (due to inadequate installation) in her appartment. Plaintiff sustained a hip injury that required surgery.
  • $160,000 recovery for an Albany County cyclist who slipped on a roadway when the bicycle wheel came into contact with a road painting substance that had been left there by contractor negligence. Plaintiff sustained a fractured hip which required surgery.
  • $160,000 recovery for a 3-year-old Saratoga County girl who sustained scarring to her forearm from a dog bite incident.
  • $125,000 recovery for an Albany County woman who was grossly overdosed with pain medication and suffered temporary kidney failure.
  • $95,000 settlement for fraud/legal malpractice victims.
  • $85,000 recovery for a Vermont resident who was rear-ended in a traffic accident in Glens Falls, NY, and sustained neck injuries.
  • $80,000 recovery for a 80-year-old woman who fell at a grocery store and fractured her chin bone.
  • $78,000 recovery for a Schenectady County woman who sustained neck injuries when rear-ended while driving out of the Mohawk Commons parking lot.
  • $75,000 settlement for a Saratoga County woman who endured a surgical error.
  • $75,000 recovery for a sexual harassment claim against a private company for an employee who worked for the company for three months.
  • $75,000 recovery for an Albany County resident who fell on ice in a poorly maintained parking garage in the City of Albany. The plaintiff sustained a knee injury that required surgery.
  • $62,500 recovery for a Cohoes resident who fell on ice on a poorly maintained surface at a local gas station. The plaintiff sustained a shoulder injury that required surgery.
  • $55,000 recovery for a Saratoga County resident who fell on ice in a poorly maintained parking garage in Albany. The plaintiff sustained a knee injury that required arthroscopic surgery.
  • $50,000 recovery for a Troy man who sustained temporary internal injuries during a negligently performed liver biopsy.
  • $48,000 recovery for an Albany County woman who sustained a leg fracture when a school bus collided with her vehicle.
  • $42,500 recovery for a Saranac Lake woman who was struck by a car while snow shoveling and sustained a hip fracture.
  • $40,000 recovery for Saratoga County resident who was illegally terminated from a bank teller position due to pregnancy discrimination.
  • $40,000 recovery for Albany County woman who sustained wrist injuries when another driver crossed over and hit her head on.
  • $32,500 recovery for an Albany County resident who sustained a wrist injury after falling from a poorly constructed step at a local municipality’s park.
  • $25,000 recovery for a Saratoga County woman whose lung was pierced during an injection into her upper back.