Case Results

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David Christensen wins his auto accident client largest personal injury verdict of $17.8 Million. Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) left the car accident with tremendous pain and suffering.

Recent Notable Case Results

Brain Injury Victim hit by Cement Truck: Christensen obtains a $17.8 Million Verdict

This 40 year old woman was rear ended by a cement truck as she was returning home from work. She underwent five surgeries including three on her spine, one on her shoulder and one on her hip. She suffered a mild traumatic brain injury, and requires ongoing medical care and rehabilitation. The insurance company only offered her $600,000 before trial. The jury awarded her the full measure of her lifetime damages.

Electrocution Death

A cable technician was electrocuted while working on a power pole, leaving two young daughters and a wife he met in grade school. We spared no expense, and assembled a team of eleven experts from around the country to prove the case. The intense battle with the power company resulted in justice for the family, which recovered $4.55 million for their future. (Estate of J. v Confidential)

Falling Concrete on Expressway

A doctor on his way home from work was struck by concrete falling from a dilapidated freeway overpass. The injuries caused chronic intractable pain requiring pain medications, which led to severe problems with his colon. His case against the Michigan Department of Transportation settled for $2.25 million. (Adeleye v MDOT)

Head Injury from Car Accident

A 30 year old construction laborer was rear ended at about 10 mph. He suffered a whiplash and an acceleration/deceleration brain injury. The defense argued that this was a very mild accident and could not have injured this victim. The jury disagreed and awarded the man $2 million. (Soto v Smurfit-Stone)

Head Injury

A 29 year old heating/air conditioning technician suffered a brain injury in a car crash. After over a year of rehabilitation, he was only able to return to work on a part-time basis. The jury awarded him $2 million in damages. (Mayher v Martin)

Back Injury with Surgery

A 45 year old truck driver was rear-ended by a gravel truck, leaving him with a herniated disc which required surgery. He could no longer work. The trucking company paid $1.6 million to avoid a trial. (Weller v JT Express)

Head Injury

A 35 year old part-time substitute teacher suffered a mild brain injury in a rear-end car accident. We took the case to trial, and the jury awarded damages of $1.5 million. (Nelson v Orion Air Express)

Tinnitus from Head Injury

A 59 year old single woman was rear-ended by a tractor-trailer. She suffered a concussion that caused ringing in her ears (tinnitus) and headaches. The jury awarded her $1.4 million. (Amos v Keller Lines)

Pedestrian Suffers Brain Injury

A disabled man was crossing the street in the crosswalk and he was struck by a car. He suffered two broken legs and a mild traumatic brain injury. The defense argued that his pre-existing mental and emotional disabilities were the root of the problem, and not a brain injury. He was awarded $1.2 million in damages. (Anako v Murphy)

Back Surgery for Truck Driver

A 60 year old long-haul truck driver was rear-ended by another trucker, leaving him with a herniated disc in his back. He required surgery. We took the case to trial and the jury awarded $1.1 million in damages. (Pittman v Lattimore)