Caffaro v Related Management Co.

Practice Area: Workers Compensation

Workers compensation Case settled for periodic payments valued at $200,000. Caffaro injured his knee in a fall during the course of his employment. He filed a workers compensation claim and received some non-surgical treatment. He later developed a pulmonary embolism that caused his unfortunate death. Extensive medical investigation enabled us to establish that the original…

Mary Roe (fictitious name/confidentiality) v. John Doe, Esquire (fictitious name)

Legal Malpractice Case settled for $475,000, making her total recovery $715,000 equal to 3 times the amount that her negligent attorneys settled for in the original case. Legal Malpractice: Female union painter was disabled when struck by an unattached security door that fell on her while working. She filed both a Workers Compensation case and…

Berth v. Compex Corporation

Practice Area: Wrongful Death

Wrongful death Case settled for $902,500.00 38 Year-old engaged woman was killed in a head-on collision. Her fiance and parents were passengers. Ms.Berth died while on route to emergency medical care. Liability was established against at least 3 different insurance carriers who provided coverage for the other driver, his employer, and relatives at whose home…

Schaeffer vs. John Doe, Esquire (fictitious name)

Legal Malpractice Legal malpractice claim settled for confidential undisclosed amount. Driver was injured in collision with electric company truck. Accident was fault of company. Electric company sued Driver for property damage. His lawyer did not make sure case was properly defended, intending to dispute fault in his injury suit. Property damage case was lost. Because…

Osmundsen v. B Foods, et al.

Accidental Disability Insurance Claim After filing suit, case settled for the disability benefits promised Plaintiff was an employee who requested that his employer purchase long-term disability insurance that they offered. Employer withheld premiums from his paycheck but did not purchase the promised insurance. His claim was denied after becoming disabled.

Scotti vs. Prudential Welfare Benefits Plan

Long Term Disability Insurance The federal Court ruled that the evidence was sufficient for trial. Employee sought disability benefits under a long-term disability insurance policy due to medical condition. The insurer attempted to have the case dismissed, claiming it properly denied the claim and that the insured allegedly could not prove their denial was an…

Rosati v. Daniel J. Keating Construction Co., et al.

Practice Area: Personal Injury

Construction Site Injury Litigation Case setttled after several days of trial for $550,000.00. Ironworker, 42, was walking on a jobsite when he was struck across the right shoulder by a 15′ scaffolding plank that had fallen from 2 stories above. He was knocked unconscious and sustained a torn shoulder rotator cuff tear. He returned to…

Smallwood v. Busch, MD _ Medical Malpractice

Practice Area: Medical Malpractice

Medical malpractice Verdict for plaintiff, resulted in judgement for client for $630,000 which recovery was placed in a structured settlement for client and her family, guaranteeing payments for 30 years, having a value of $1.4 Million. Physician failed to recommend follow-up surgical consult to patient whose mammogram indicated presence of suspicious condition, later revealed to…

Martorana vs. Voorhees Township

Defective and dangerous products/ Engineering Malpractice Jury Verdict for Plaintiffs $2.7Million. Plaintiff family resided in an area that was subjected to repeated flooding due to an improperly installed storm drainage system that was modified negligently by a private engineering firm. Damages were to the value of the home and personal injuries to the family. The…

Taylor v. Stratford Nursing Home and Convalescent Center

Practice Area: Workers Compensation

Workers compensation Following a trial, including medical experts, the court found in favor of our client, the emloyee who was injured in the course of her work. Petitioner was injured in the course of her employment, suffering a severe knee injury. Although the employer did not dispute the injury, it claimed it was not incurred…