The Plaintiff, a commercial trucker, was violently struck by another commercial truck that ran a red light while travelling at a high rate of speed. The Plaintiff was hospitalized for over a month and sustained multiple orthopedic injuries some of which required surgery. The Plaintiff’s medical bills totaled approximately $140,000.00. The Defendant’s insurance company originally only valued the Plaintiff’s case at a few hundred thousand dollars. After a tough litigation, Farar & Lewis was able to recover the Defendant’s policy limits of $1,516,530.18 (*The Defendant was a Canadian trucking company with a policy limit of $2,000,000.00 Canadian Dollars).Read More
The Plaintiff stepped out of his apartment onto the apartment building’s outdoor walkway when the Plaintiff tripped and fell on a round tree dropping (liquidambar tree dropping). Several months prior to the Plaintiff’s fall, other tenants at the building reported falls and injuries as a result of the same dangerous tree droppings. The apartment building did nothing to safeguard its tenants or the public from this known dangerous condition prior to Plaintiff’s fall. As a result, the Plaintiff suffered serious back injury which required surgery. Plaintiff went on to develop Complex Regional Pain Syndrome in his lower extremity. Farar Law was able to recover $1,300,000.00 for the Plaintiff one week before trial.Read More
The Plaintiff’s motorcycle was cut off by the Defendant’s vehicle causing the Plaintiff to violently impact the pavement. The Plaintiff left the scene of the accident without seeking emergency medical care. As a result of the collision, the Plaintiff sustained injuries to his shoulder, knee, as well as a brain injury. The Defense disputed liability claiming that the Plaintiff cut off the Defendant. Farar Law was able to recover $600,000.00 for the Plaintiff the day before trial.
The Plaintiff was a passenger in a major impact rear-end accident. The Plaintiff underwent a successful cervical spine surgery. The Defense argued the Plaintiff’s injuries were pre-existing and not related to the accident. Prior to litigation, the Defense only offered a nominal settlement. Farar & Lewis was able to recover $500,000.00 at mediation for the Plaintiff several months before trial
Client was shopping at “Total Wine and More” when two boxes weighing approximately 25 pounds fell roughly 8 to 10 feet striking her on the head and back. Client suffered injuries to her neck and back and suffered a minor traumatic brain injury.
The plaintiff was a passenger in a vehicle that was rear-ended on the 405 freeway. The Plaintiff’s vehicle sustained very minor damage. As a result of the accident, the Plaintiff developed back pain . After several months of unsuccessful conservative treatment, the Plaintiff underwent a successful back surgery. Shortly after filing a lawsuit, Farar & Lewis was able to obtain the policy limit of $ 489,776 for the Plaintiff.