The plaintiff was injured in a t-bone car accident and required two back surgeries. He also lost his job paying $50,000 per year. He received a $1.2 million verdict, and Social Security disability benefits totaling $1,600 per month.
The plaintiff was riding her bicycle in front of Orlando Regional Medical Center when a vehicle turned in front of her. The plaintiff was given the ticket and she underwent a surgery on her hand.
The plaintiff was driving on a country road and hit a cow that had escaped through an open agricultural gate. The plaintiff suffered injuries to the face, neck, and back, and received $285,000.
A tractor trailer cut in front of the plaintiff, causing a traumatic head injury, as well as soft tissue injuries to the neck and back. The plaintiff lost a job paying $65,000 per year. He received a $1.15 million verdict.
The plaintiff was in the left lane when a taxi cab (Mears Transportation) cut them off so they could not change lanes and lost control of the vehicle. This resulted in a neck and back sprain in which the plaintiff lost her job.
The plaintiff was injured in Kissimmee, Florida and treated with a chiropractic physician only.
The plaintiff was traveling down the road when her vehicle was hit on the side. The plaintiff injured her neck and ultimately lost her job. She treated mostly with a pain management clinic and had a number of MRI’s.
The plaintiff was injured when she was a passenger in a car and was driving to the job site at Walt Disney World. She injured her neck and did not require surgery.
The plaintiff was driving on a county road in Orange County, Florida when the other driver crossed the double yellow line crashing into the plaintiff’s car. The plaintiff injured her back but did not have surgery.
The plaintiff was driving home on a dark road at night when two cows were in the middle of the road. The plaintiff sued the homeowner who allowed the fence to be in disrepair and allowed the cows to get out. The plaintiff never had surgery but was in the hospital for a number of days after the accident.