Verdicts & Settlements Secured for Our Clients
Money isn’t everything. It can’t fix everything. It can’t turn back time to before your injury. It can’t bring back a loved one. But just compensation in a settlement or verdict can relieve your financial difficulties following an accident. It can secure justice, ensuring the wrongdoers are held accountable for their devastating actions. It can help your quality of life if your injuries have left you disabled. It can afford you the assistance you need physically and emotionally to cope with the ramifications of what happened. It can aid you as you strive to get back to the life you led before the tragic accident.
That is our goal—to help you find some modicum of peace after suffering such terrible losses. That is what these verdicts and settlements mean to us. In each instance, we have helped a client get that much closer to feeling whole again. Though these dollars are drops in the bucket of their grief, we hope they accumulate, relieving their pain.
We find ourselves constantly inspired by the courage and humanity we see in our clients. Bringing their cases through to a successful conclusion and walking beside them every step of the way—that is how we show our gratitude.
The following verdicts and settlements are examples of Colling Gilbert Wright’s commitment to our clients.
Settlement in the Fungal Meningitis Outbreak Case
Product Liability: Worksite explosion case involving severe burn injuries and PTSD.
Workers’ Compensation : spinal cord injury, paralysis.
Medical Malpractice : dollar verdict against a pediatrician for failure to diagnose and treat a heart condition.
This verdict of 6.8 million dollars against RJ Reynolds Tobacco Co includes 5 million in punitive damages on behalf of the widow of an addicted smoker who died from lung cancer.
The settlement of $5,270,000 was for an Auto Accident.
Wrongful Death Medical Malpractice : Negligent administration of medication resulting in fatal anaphylactoid reaction.
Product Liability: for the wife and children of a man killed by a dangerously Defective Product.
Medical Malpractice : Failure to timely deliver baby with fetal distress. Brain damage from hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy.
This verdict was in Osceola County in a Medical Malpractice Case arising from negligent performance of a hysterectomy resulting in neurogenic bladder.