Our client suffered severe permanent injuries and impairment.
A section of an elevated walkway fell and hit our client on the head. None of the design, engineering, and construction contractors were willing to accept responsibility.
In the first crash, we recovered the at-fault driver’s insurance policy limits of $25,000 and then $121,000 from our client’s own under-insured motorist (UIM) coverage. In the second crash (one week after the first crash), we recovered the at-fault driver’s insurance policy limits of $50,000 and then $179,000 from our client’s own under-insured motorist (UIM) coverage.
The Colorado Trial Lawyers Association asked him to write an appellate brief for them when a significant premises liability case was appealed to the Colorado Supreme Court.
Although the client had a prior neck injury and surgery, we recovered from the at-fault driver’s liability insurance.
Our client was rear-ended while riding his motorcycle. We recovered $100,000 from the at-fault driver’s insurance coverage and $37,500 from our client’s own underinsured motorist (UIM) coverage.
Our client slipped on ice outside a convenience store and fell down. The store’s insurance company denied the claim. We filed suit and recovered $145,000.
Our client slipped and fell on ice on outdoor stairs at an apartment complex and was injured. The apartment complex denied responsibility. We filed suit against the apartment complex.