While playing paintball with friends, a 13-year-old boy received serious burns from the paintball equipment. This case was very difficult to win, but we fought everyone responsible and won our young client $850,000 with a structured cash settlement paying out four and a half million dollars over the course of his lifetime. Most attorneys would… Read more »
FRACTURED LEG AND ANKLE WHILE OPERATING A FORKLIFT
While on the job at Portland Air Freight, our client received a fractured leg and ankle while operating a forklift. He attempted to unload a truck using the forklift, but the truck rolled away from the dock causing the forklift to fall to the ground and injuring our client. During trial, the defense argued our… Read more »
While on the job, an infectious disease nurse was driving her car and was broadsided by another vehicle. She received serious injuries to her neck and spine that required extensive spinal surgery. Unfortunately the surgery did not work and she was left in chronic pain and discomfort. Not only was she unable to work professionally… Read more »
Our client was riding his motorcycle when he collided with an uninsured motorist who abruptly turned left without any warning or signal. He received severe pelvic fractures that required weeks of hospitalization and months of rehabilitation. To make matters worse, his motorcycle insurance policy only covered $50,000 in medical costs and lost wages while he… Read more »
While returning from a trip to Boston, a young client was involved in a collision accident with a Can Am truck in Kennebunk. Three eyewitnesses claimed our client turned directly into the truck and was responsible for the accident. We didn’t agree. We used reconstruction experts to reconstruct the accident and clearly proved the truck… Read more »
A construction worker had back surgery to repair the effects of a work injury. The surgical wound became infected at the hospital and the doctors tried a 10 day course of antibiotics. The infection seemed to quiet down, but was still there. A few weeks later the worker had a stroke when the infection traveled… Read more »
HOSPITALIZATION FROM EATING CONTAMINATED GROUND BEEF
Our client was an 83-year-old female who required extensive hospitalization after eating contaminated ground beef. As we try to do with every case, we avoided a lengthy trial and were able to quickly recover a substantial personal injury settlement for our client.
While driving in Androscoggin County, our client was t-boned by someone trying to beat a yellow light. Our client incurred $2,303 in medical bills and missed the next 6-months of work because of medical restrictions. The case settled for $62,500.
Multiple bone fractures sustained in two falls on property stairs
Plaintiff Doreen M. injured herself twice by falling down the stairs from her rented unit in her landlord’s three story house. The accidents occurred two months apart, and Allstate Insurance denied liability. The first fall resulted in a number of fractured ribs, a broken right arm, and broken femur. The second injury consisted of a hip fracture. Despite the initial refusal to offer compensation,… Read more »
During a hurricane, high-winds blew the door of a parking-garage open and into our client’s face, damaging his teeth. The insurance company refused to pay our client’s medical bills, on the grounds that there was nothing wrong with the door. At trial, we proved that the garage-owners knew that the door was broken and prone… Read more »