See Court Case Results: Our Attorneys Work Hard to Achieve Fair Compensation in Chicagoland, IL
Depending on the specifics of your case, you may be eligible to receive millions in compensation. Below are a few significant cases accomplished by lawyers and law firms affiliated with us.
Each case is unique and we do not guarantee these results.
Examples of Case Results Obtained by Our Affiliated Lawyers
- $5.2 billion
Settlement agreement with the Owens Corning Asbestos Case
- $3.95 billion
Settlement agreement with USG Asbestos Injury Trust
- $1.43 billion
Settlement agreement with the Combustion Engineering/ABB Asbestos
- $1.2 billion
Settlement agreement with the Kaiser Aluminum Injury Trust
Verdict in a case involving a baby who suffered brain damage at birth as a result of medical malpractice. One of the largest medical malpractice verdicts ever awarded.
A verdict was obtained for the family of a baby who suffered severe brain damage and partial arm amputation because of negligent medical care. Other law firms had previously rejected the case.
Jury ruled that the failure of the obstetrician to diagnose placental abruption resulted in a delayed caesarean section and lack of oxygen, which ultimately caused the baby to develop cerebral palsy.
Awarded to a boy who suffered permanent brain damage after the wrong surgical procedure was performed. The compensation ensures that the boy receives the lifelong medical care and treatment he needs.
Illinois record-high verdict for vehicular negligence resulting in the deaths of two children.
Drunk Driver Accident Victim—largest jury verdict in Lake County history.
Personal Injury to 50-year-old pedestrian.
Wrongful Death Settlement.
Record-high verdict in Will County—Fatal Collision
Personal Injury Automobile Accident.
Wrongful Death—head-on collision in snow storm.
Personal Injury—woman collides with sign placed too close to sidewalk.
Largest Personal Injury/Wrongful Death in McHenry County.
Wrongful Death—pedestrian accident.
Personal Injury Settlement in Cook County.
Wrongful Death—traffic accident.
Wrongful Death Settlement.
Verdict for a 72-year-old woman who died of an alleged overdose of prescribed narcotic medication at a skilled nursing and rehab center, though the autopsy had inconclusive results.
Personal Injury—pedestrian accident.
Personal Injury Negligence—on behalf of a man who was burned at a job site.
Settlement for a 52-year-old male who fell at a group home residence and sustained a subdural hematoma requiring surgery.
Verdict for a 70-year-old male who fell after getting out of bed and fracturing his hip. His health declined and he died two months later.
Verdict for a 75-year-old female with dementia who wandered out of the retirement and assisted living residence and died from either exposure to the elements or from a heart attack or stroke.
Any settlements or verdicts cited are based on the specific and unique circumstances of the case and do not guarantee similar results and verdicts for other cases.