A multi-truck collision occurred after one truck pulled onto the highway at a slow rate of speed in the fog while a second truck driver talked on his cell phone. A catastrophic collision occurred resulting in one death and permanent debilitating injuries to the passenger car driver.
A manufacturer built a firework missile that failed consumer safety tests, but the manufacturer sold the missile anyway. The missile put out the eye of a minor child after it was lit by an adult from a very safe distance.
$800,240.82 in fees and expenses; $1.44 million to clients.
A drunk truck driver killed a husband and father of three minor children. A lawyer with Young & Newsom, PC helped secure the family’s financial future. The district attorney prosecuted the driver who pled guilty to criminally negligent homicide and was sentenced to prison.
$566,817 in fees and expenses; $1.15 million to clients.
A truck diver changed lanes into our client and ran her into the opposite lane of traffic resulting in a head-on collision. The client died leaving a husband and three minor children.
$420,983 in fees and expenses; $1.399 million to clients.
A trainee driver with his supervisor asleep in the sleeper ran into the back of a grain truck killing a husband and a father of two children.
The worker got an arm caught in an unguarded conveyor system that had been put online. The worker had de-gloving injuries, compound fractures, and permanent disability from the incident.
Two irrigation workers were repairing a water line when a live gas line, that was suppose to be shut off, exploded in close proximity to the men. Both workers sustained burns over 30% of their body.
$570,119 in fees and expenses; net to client $628,858.
This was a rear-end truck collision that caused the death of a retired cattleman leaving a widow and no children.
$399,516 in attorney’s fees and expenses; $608,00 to the client.
A volunteer fireman died after sustaining second and third degree burns over 45% of his body. The fire started from negligent design and maintenance of a high power electrical line.The fireman left a wife and three daughters.
This was an intersectional collision on difficult liability facts.The client sustained a traumatic brain injury. The case settled during the second day of trial.
$384,350 in fees and expenses; $715,650 to client.
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This truck collision occurred on Thanksgiving Day morning and took the life of a husband and wife who were the parents of two fine young men. The trucker was driving too fast for the conditions, lost control, and veered into our clients’ lane. A catastrophic collision resulted causing this tragic fatality.