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$170,000.00 settlement

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Darlene S. v. MTF Delivery--Plaintiff received a settlement of $170,000.00.  Plaintiff is a wheelchair-bound individual who was riding a paratransit bus operated by a subcontractor hired by the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority.  The paratransit bus was equipped with tie-down straps.  When properly used, these straps firmly anchor a wheelchair to the floor of a paratransit bus.  The paratransit bus was also equipped with a seatbelt and shoulder harness to secure a passenger into his/her wheelchair. 

The paratransit bus was broad-sided by a delivery truck, which failed to yield the right of way while it was pulling out of a driveway. 

Although the impact to the paratransit bus was not substantial, plaintiff's wheelchair tipped over because the driver of the bus did not not properly secure the plaintiff's wheelchair to the floor of the paratransit bus.  The driver also failed to belt plaintiff into her wheelchair.  When the wheelchair tipped, plaintiff was thrown out of her wheelchair and onto the floor of the paratransit bus.  She suffered a fracture to her left humerus bone, just above the elbow.  The fracture left the plaintiff with restricted range of motion of her left elbow.

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$125,000.00 Settlement

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Kevin K. v. Ambrose--Plaintiff received a total settlement of $125,000.00 after developing post-traumatic headaches as the result of a rear-end collision.  Plaintiff also had symptoms of radiculopathy, affecting the small and ring fingers of his left hand.  Settlement was against the tortfeasor and the plaintiff's UIM carrier.  (Post-traumatic headaches are more frequently being diagnosed in patients who were involved in rear-end collisions.  Post-traumatic headaches are sometimes referred to as cervicogenic headaches or occipital neuralgia.  They often mimic migraine headaches, but are different in that they are caused by trauma or whiplash suffered in an automobile accident.) 

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$185,000.00 settlement

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John Doe v. ABC Tavern—Plaintiff received a settlement of $185,000.00 after suing a liquor permit holder and its employees, alleging that they served alcohol to a visibly intoxicated patron who, upon leaving the bar, struck plaintiff’s vehicle in a head-on collision. Plaintiff suffered fractured ribs, bruised lungs, and a cardiac contusion.  The $185,000.00 settlement was in addition to the policy limits of the drunk driver’s automobile insurance policy. 


$14 million settlement

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$14 million settlement obtained on behalf of a class of homeowners who obtained mortgage loans from a Cleveland area bank. It was alleged that the bank was calculating interest in manner that covertly increased the interest rates stated in the borrowers' loans.


Value of the settlement estimated to be between $3 million and $3.5 million

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Settlement on behalf of 600 homeowners in a class action against TransOhio Savings Association after the interest rates on their loans were unlawfully raised. Value of the settlement estimated to be between $3 million and $3.5 million.


$1.5 million settlement

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$1.5 million settlement obtained on behalf of a 21 year old agricultural worker who was killed when the tractor he was operating rolled over, pinning him underneath the tractor, leading to his death. Settlement was paid by the manufacturer of the tractor, who failed to equip the tractor with a rollover protection system (ROPS), which would have prevented the worker's death.


$1.15 million settlement

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$1.15 million settlement awarded to an auto worker who developed lung cancer which was caught in its very early stages and is still alive 16 years after his diagnosis and the removal of the tumor. This was an intentional tort case against his employer and a dangerous product or product liability case pursued against the manufacturers of coal tar pitch, which he applied to the wood floor at the assembly plant where he formerly worked.


$1,058,000.00 verdict

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$1,058,000.00 verdict on behalf of a truck driver who was exposed to a styrene containing material that leaked from a drum in the back of his truck. In attempting to cleanup the material, the driver suffered short term memory loss, a known risk of styrene exposure which was not disclosed by the manufacturer on the label it placed on the leaking drum.


$1,050,000.00 settlement

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$1,050,000.00 settlement on behalf of an automobile driver who was hit by oncoming traffic when she exited her vehicle after its engine shut-down unexpectedly due to a defect in the car's wiring harness. Settlement was obtained against the manufacturer of the vehicle.


$950,000.00 settlement

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$950,000.00 settlement on behalf of a mobile home owner who developed a chronic sinus infection after being exposed to excessive levels of formaldehyde that were emitted from the particleboard flooring and plywood paneling used in the construction of her mobile home.

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