Chiro – Med Mal
Lawsuit against Chiropractor for injuries caused to client for routine adjustments. $150K settlement despite disputed responsibility and extent of injury.
Rear end collision with three month gap in care and medical bills less than $1,900.00. Settled for policy limits.
Pedicab Struck by Auto
Six figure settlement with at-fault driver’s insurance company complimenting Mr. Epstein in obtaining settlement for the maximum policy limits.
Head on collision. Policy limits obtained.
Wrongful Foreclosure – Bank of America
Lender wrongfully foreclosed on borrower’s primary residence resulting in a settlement in lieu of litigation.
Slip and Fall at Petco Store
Insurance company initially denied liability and refused to offer any settlement.
Client’s vehicle was struck in the rear. Although the damage appeared very minor in photographs, and despite a significant dispute with the insurance company as to our client’s injuries, the case settled for $75,000.00.
Minor damage rear-end auto accident. Initial offer: $3,996. Settled before trial.
Minor bite to the arm, not requiring stitches.
Very minor damage rear-end auto accident. Vehicle damage amounted to $850. Insurance company insisted the speed of the accident was too low to cause significant injury. Settled for policy limits.
One hospital visit. No additional treatment; no lost work.
Minor damage rear-end auto accident. Client had a long history of lower back pain before the accident.
Litigation & Transactional
Client incorrectly filled-out annual health insurance renewal form and lost coverage for his spouse. Although our client was unable to convince the insurance company that he made a mistake, our office appealed the matter and obtained a full reinstatement of insurance coverage.
**The information provided in this website does not constitute legal advice and is not a guarantee, warranty or prediction regarding the outcome of any legal matter. The above represents actual settlements of Garmo & Garmo, LLP clients. Results depend on the law, facts and circumstances of each case.