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Note: The majority of the cases below were settled in the past 3 years. As new cases settle we will update to reflect our 20 latest cases. These results are not intended to be a comment on the type of case you may have. Each case is different and results vary widely depending on the facts of each case. I am happy to discuss your case on a confidential basis to see whether it is the type of case I can handle.

  • Defective product: $1.8 millionThis case involved a defective medical product that caused permanent damage to my client, a young mom.
  • Defective product: $1.1 millionI represented the family of a man who was killed by a defective product.
  • Professional negligence: $1.3 millionI represented a woman who had a leg amputated due to professional negligence.
  • Wrongful death caused by drunk driver: $470,000.00 ($220,000.00 over policy limits)I represented the family of a beautiful 46 year old wife and mother who was killed by a drunk driver. The perpetrator paid $220,000.00 above his policy limits to settle the case.
  • Apartment complex insurance claim: $500,000.00I sued the property insurer after a legitimate claim was denied based on a “wear and tear” exclusion in a policy. We sued for breach of contract, bad faith and violations of the “Prompt Payment of Claims” statute.
  • Warehouse insurance claim: $350,000.00I sued the property insurer after denial of a claim based on an alleged failure to cooperate clause in a policy (among other defenses). We sued for breach of contract, bad faith and violations of the “Prompt Payment of Claims” statute.
  • Retail property insurance dispute: $400,000.00I sued my client’s property insurer who denied the claim by alleging that the damage was not the type covered under the Policy. We sued for breach of contract, bad faith and violations of the “Prompt Payment of Claims” statute.
  • Apartment complex property insurance dispute: $310,000.00The property insurance company denied the claim alleging that the damage occurred outside the policy period. We sued for breach of contract, bad faith and violations of the “Prompt Payment of Claims” statute.
  • Apartment complex property insurance dispute: $300,000.00The property insurance company alleged that the damage was not from a covered cause of loss. We sued for breach of contract, bad faith and violations of the “Prompt Payment of Claims” statute.
  • Royalty underpayment litigation: $4,000,000.00I was co-counsel on a case brought by several hundred royalty owners against a major oil and gas producer.
  • Apartment complex property insurance dispute: $225,000.00The insurance company denied the claim based on a co-insurance clause in a commercial insurance policy. We sued for breach of contract, bad faith and violations of the “Prompt Payment of Claims” statute.
  • Apartment complex property insurance dispute: $150,000.00I sued the property insurer after a legitimate claim was denied based on a “wear and tear” exclusion in a policy. We sued for breach of contract, bad faith and violations of the “Prompt Payment of Claims” statute.
  • Warehouse property insurance dispute: $150,000.00The property insurance company alleged that the damage was not from a covered cause of loss. We sued for breach of contract, bad faith and violations of the “Prompt Payment of Claims” statute.
  • Residential property insurance dispute: $206,000.00The property insurance company alleged that the damage was not from a covered cause of loss. We sued for breach of contract, bad faith and violations of the “Prompt Payment of Claims” statute.
  • Warehouse property insurance dispute: $107,000.00The property insurance company alleged that the damage was not from a covered cause of loss. We sued for breach of contract, bad faith and violations of the “Prompt Payment of Claims” statute.
  • Convenience store property insurance dispute: $125,000.00The property insurance company alleged that the damage was not from a covered cause of loss. We sued for breach of contract, bad faith and violations of the “Prompt Payment of Claims” statute.
  • Commercial Contract dispute: Confidential settlement amount.I represented a distributor against a manufacturer in a contract dispute. The case was in Federal Court and settled on the eve of trial.
  • Wrongful foreclosure: $75,000.00I represented a property owner who was not properly credited with a payment which resulted in a foreclosure.
  • Personal injury: $45,000.00
  • Retail building commercial property dispute: $50,000.00.The property insurance company denied the claim alleging that the damage occurred outside the policy period. We sued for breach of contract, bad faith and violations of the “Prompt Payment of Claims” statute.

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