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During the boating season, frequent news reports cover serious jet ski crashes that cause both injury and death. The speed of the boat and its unprotected design can cause broken bones, head injuries and spinal injuries. A look at a few accidents on the water makes...
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Roger Dreyer and Anthony Garilli obtained a $23.2 million verdict in a court trial for a 22 year old woman who suffered an above the knee amputation of her leg.
PHILADELPHIA – A $31 million settlement was reached in the summer of 2018 with AT&T and others for a worker employed..
Following a three-week trial, an El Dorado County jury returned a $9,860,630.86 verdict in favor of Plaintiff Carly Bray.
The families of two boys who were electrocuted earlier this year have received a $14 million settlement from the Solano Irrigation District.
Plaintiff was seriously injured while performing electrical work on the roof of the Health and Safety building at Yuba Community College.
On Thursday June 9, 2016, a Sacramento County jury returned a verdict in favor of motorcyclist Timothy Stubbs.
On Friday, June 3, 2016, a Sacramento County jury returned a personal injury verdict for injuries suffered by the plaintiff in an April 15, 2013 automobile collision.
While riding his motorcycle in Downtown Sacramento, Mr. Newton struck a Comcast Cable van which had veered into his lane.
Unable to control or stop his vehicle, Mr. Aguirre collided with a loading ramp, launching his vehicle into the air and ultimately into a parked trailer.
Due to her injury, Ms. O’Kelly was unable to continue running her business at the same level.
MRI imaging at the emergency room revealed a painful, complex injury to her leg, ankle and foot.
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