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Austin Accident Lawyer's Case Results Show a Pattern of Success for Victims
See the success for yourself. Here are some examples of how your Texas accident lawyer has helped in real Austin car and truck accident injury cases.
DISCLAIMER: The results are specific to the facts and legal circumstances of each of the clients' cases and should not be used to form an expectation that the same results could be obtained for other clients in similar matters without reference to the specific factual and legal circumstances of each client's case. All amounts shown below represent the client's net share of any settlement or judgment, after attorney's fees, medical bills and expenses.
Car & Truck Accidents
A woman was struck by a pickup truck in a head-on car accident on Hwy. 290 outside of Dripping Springs. The accident occurred when the driver bent down to pick up his phone, and the truck swerved across the center line. The victim sustained catastrophic injuries with multiple fractures.
A man was killed when a car pulled out from a private drive into the path of his motorcycle in Rockport. The man's widow, two minor children and his parents brought a wrongful death claim against the other driver.
A man was driving on Hwy. 36 in Bell County when a tractor trailer attempted to illegally pass him on the left just as the client was making a left turn. The result was a broadside collision on the driver's side. The client suffered catastrophic injuries from which he never recovered.
A man was hit head-on by a tractor trailer that crossed the centerline in North Austin, resulting in internal abdominal injuries and fractured vertebra.
A woman was crossing the street when she was struck by a pizza delivery vehicle, resulting in fatal injuries.
A woman was driving on Hwy. 290 near the Y in Oak Hill when a car pulled out in front of her, causing a t-bone collision. She sustained severe injuries including a fractured ankle.
A Rockville man was rear-ended while working in DeSoto, Louisiana. The victim suffered a herniated disc.
A Georgetown woman was involved in a t-bone collision. The victim suffered a herniated disc requiring fusion surgery.
An Austin man was knocked off his motorcycle, injuring his shoulder which required surgery.
A woman was a passenger in a car that was rear-ended, resulting in a torn ligament in her hip that required surgery.
A woman was hit from behind in Cedar Park, resulting in a herniated disk that required surgery.
A man was broadsided in South Austin by a vehicle that ran a stop sign, resulting in a fractured kneecap and a 5% whole body impairment rating.
A woman was broadsided in Austin by a vehicle that ran a red light, resulting in a punctured spleen and fractured cheekbone.
A man was rear-ended by a tractor trailer on IH-35 in Austin, resulting in injuries to his back and neck.
A man was rear-ended on Hwy. 183 in North Austin, resulting in a torn rotator cuff injury. The insurance company initially denied that the injury was caused by the accident, and a lawsuit was filed.
A man was broadsided in Austin by a vehicle that ran a red light, resulting in a collapsed lung and injuries to his back and neck.
A man and his three children were approaching an intersection on a green light when a vehicle travelling the opposite direction turned left right in front of them, resulting in a t-bone collision. One child suffered severe and permanent damage to his eye from the airbag. The other driver's insurance company denied liability, claiming their driver had a green arrow, and thus the right of way. A lawsuit was filed and the defendant's insurance company eventually gave up and tendered their policy limits.
The client was eastbound on FM 2243 in Leander when the defendant driver coming the opposite direction lost control and crossed the centerline, resulting in a head-on collision. The case was settled without a lawsuit for policy limits.
A mother and her daughter were struck from behind on Decker Lane in Austin, resulting in minor injuries with emergency room care only.
A woman was rear-ended in Hutto, resulting in lower back injuries.
A woman was rear-ended in Austin by an uninsured driver, resulting in injuries to her back and neck. She also had a pre-existing bulging disk which was aggravated by the accident.
A woman was broadsided in Austin, resulting in a herniated disc that required fusion surgery. To maximize the client's share of this recovery, we got a health insurance lien of over $100,000 waived entirely.
A man was broadsided on Hwy. 20 in Lockhart, resulting in injuries to his back and neck.
A woman was rear-ended in Austin, resulting in injuries to her back and neck. The other party's insurance company, Fred Loya, offered only $5,000 to settle the case. A lawsuit was filed and the case settled.
A woman was broadsided in Pflugerville by a vehicle that ran a red light, resulting in a partial rotator cuff tear.
A mother and her daughter rear-ended a vehicle that pulled out in front of them in Mustang Ridge, resulting in lower back injuries.
The client was a passenger in a vehicle that failed to yield the right of way while crossing an intersection, resulting in a t-bone collision. The point of impact was on the right front door, exactly where the client was sitting.
A woman was riding her ATV on her ranch outside of San Antonio when the throttle stuck at full speed, causing her to wreck and resulting in several broken bones. A products liability case was made against the manufacturer of the ATV.
A man was sitting at a drive-thru window at a fast food restaurant when the driver of another vehicle across the street had a seizure and stomped on the gas pedal, crossing the street, jumping the curb and striking our client's vehicle. The impact was so severe our client was thrown from his vehicle. The case settled for policy limits plus underinsured motorist coverage.
A man was t-boned on the driver's side in Austin by a vehicle that ran a red light, resulting in severe lacerations to his arm and upper body.
A man was rear-ended in Austin, resulting in a closed head injury with recurring tinnitus.
A man was rear-ended in Cedar Park, resulting in injuries to his back and neck.
A man was walking through a WalMart parking lot in Georgetown right before Christmas when a car reversing into a parking space backed into him, resulting in a torn rotator cuff injury. Liability was denied and a lawsuit was filed.
A woman was injured when another vehicle failed to yield the right of way from a private drive, pulling out in front of the client, and resulting in a t-bone collision on Ohlen Road in northeast Austin.
While traveling on FM 969 near Bastrop, a car pulled out in front of the client, resulting in a high speed t-bone collision.
A woman was approaching an intersection on a green light when a vehicle travelling the opposite direction failed to yield the right of way and turned left right in front of them, resulting in a t-bone collision.
A 14 year old boy was visiting his friend on a ranch outside of Round Rock when his friend, also a minor, took the boy on a ride on an ATV which belonged to his grandparents. The friend lost control and wrecked, resulting in a fractured leg to the client.
A man fell while grocery shopping in Pflugerville, resulting in a bulging disk injury.
This was an odd case where a man and his wife drove out to Lake Travis to have dinner at one of the restaurants on the lake adjacent to a marina. While walking across the wooden deck of the marina, a long sliver of wood punctured right through his shoe and into his toe. It took two surgeries to completely remove the wood from his foot.
A man fell on some water that was dripping from a leaking air conditioner at a convenience store in Buda, resulting in a torn meniscus in his knee. Liability was initially denied and a lawsuit was filed.
A man was walking back to his apartment in East Austin from the post office when he stepped into a hole, breaking his ankle. A maintenance man had dug up a dead shrub, but did not refill the hole. Grass had grown over it, making it impossible to see.