The family of a teenage boy who suffered a severe traumatic brain injury after being rear-ended by a tractor-trailer has settled their personal injury lawsuit against the negligent truck driver and trucking company for just under $24.6 million, the full extent of available insurance coverage. The family was represented by Matthew Passen, Stephen Passen, and Jordan… Read More
Child suffered traumatic brain injury in an unsupervised parochial school.
Result: $19 Million Jury Verdict
Married couple struck by fatigued driver of tractor-trailer on Chicago highway.
Result: $15 Million Settlement
Man severely burned in home explosion caused by ignition of defective concrete sealer vapors by water heater pilot light.
Result: $10.9 Million Jury Verdict
When our client came to us after suffering severe burn injuries in a Chicago-area health club steam room, we did not know whether there was a case. The only thing we knew was that our client followed his typical early morning routine: workout at his local gym followed by a steam in the men’s locker… Read More
$4.29 million medical malpractice settlement for a 38-year-old woman who died as a result of a hospital and five physicians failing to recognize and treat a pericardial effusion, causing cardiac tamponade.
The case involved a worker who sustained severe burn injuries from an explosion occurring while repairing a gasoline storage tanker.
Doctors fail to diagnose and treat a life-threatening blood condition, resulting in mother’s death.
Result: $4 Million Settlement
In this this, we represented young boy (now 8-years-old) that was injured during an inguinal hernia repair at 3 weeks old. We alleged that during the hernia repair surgery, microscopic damage occurred to the arteries supplying blood to the testicles. As a result, the testicles have not developed normally, and our client will need lifelong… Read More
$3 million medical malpractice settlement in a lawsuit against a Chicago-area neurosurgeon for a 78-year-old woman who was paralyzed from the waist down as a result of a surgical error.