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$4,000,000 Steel mill explosion, wrongful death.
$3,000,000 Prescription medicine defect.
$1,850,000 Product defect, defective tire. Construction employee injured when a tire exploded, causing plaintiff to be thrown over 100 feet.
$1,800,000 Construction related accident, wrist injuries
$1,500,000 Rear end accident, back surgery and neck surgery; Motor vehicle accident
$1,300,000 Wrongful Death suit- C.P. woman awarded $1.3M in son’s crash death
$800,000 Wrongful Death awarded to the parents of a teenage boy who was a passenger in a bus that crashed into another vehicle. The defendant, the bus driver, admitted to texting and driving which led to the crash and ultimately the death of our client. *(This award was the max amount able to be obtained, per the policy limits of the insurance contract issued. The parents split the awards equally).
$750,000 Negligent case against third party event planner. Ankle Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy Injury.
$627,999 Judgment against Menards hardware store. A 92 year old plaintiff slipped and fell at Menards hardware store. There were no prior offers or negotiations of settlement by Menards before the verdict.
$500,000 Rear end accident. Semi-truck driver was rear ended by another Semi-truck driver.
$500,000 Trucking Accident. Spleen and Shoulder Injury.
$500,000 Injuries sustained due to a malfunctioning shopping cart at a Menards store. Judgement affirmed on appeal.
$350,000 Construction Accident, Concussion Injury
$345,000 Illinois Car accident- Settlement prior to trial against a Chicago based Taxi Company.
$315,000 Propane gas explosion, psychological injuries only
$250,000 Slip Fall settlement prior to trial, Illinois
$200,000 Slip Fall at trial reduced to $160,000, Jury found 20% fault on the Plaintiff.
$100,274.14 Moped Rear Ended by Motrorcycle. Pelvic Injury, No offer Prior to trial by the insurance company.
** Disclaimer: Alvarez Law offices past results are not an express or implied prediction of future success, and should not be construed as such. Past results cannot guarantee future performance. Any result in a single case is not meant to create an expectation of similar results in future matters because each case involves many different factors, therefore, results will differ on a case-by-case basis. (Ind. Prof. Cond. R. 7.1).