The lawyers at Morgan & Morgan litigate numerous lawsuits to trial annually throughout the state of Florida, as well as nationwide. We are extremely proud of the results that we have obtained and look forward to sharing them with you.
At Morgan & Morgan, we strive to get our clients the best results possible. If a settlement cannot be reached, then we are prepared to try the case. All cases are different and results are case specific, but our attorneys work hard for each client we serve. If you are interested in reviewing the kinds of settlements and verdicts we have obtained for our clients, please choose from the list below.
Recovery in a lawsuit against R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. Woman was widowed when her husband died from lung cancer. The total award after apportioning damages based on assignment of fault was $46.3 million.
A 27-year-old man suffered multiple broken bones, a shattered jaw and a collapsed lung after he was hit head-on by a pick-up truck going the wrong way on Semoran Boulevard. The accident also left him unable to have children.
In a case against R.J. Reynolds and Philip Morris, attorneys Keith Mitnik, Greg Prysock, Joe Taraska and Katy Massa recovered a $40 million tobacco litigation verdict on behalf of the husband and daughter of a woman who died after smoking two packs of cigarettes a day for 36 years.
Failure to perform a timely C-section resulting in serious injury.
Medication overdose of a 26 week premature newborn against a hospital.
In January 2011, Keith Mitnik obtained an $18.8 million verdict on behalf of a motorcyclist who was rendered a paraplegic when a car pulled out in front of him.
11-year-old girl involved in rear-end motor vehicle accident suffered paralysis from the waist down.
Recovery for national class of poultry workers.
Award for a class of oil, gas and petroleum inspectors paid illegal "chinese overtime" rather than proper time and a half.
$9.975 million dollar settlement on behalf of off-shore oil inspectors not properly paid for all hours worked.
Delay in diagnosing rectal cancer in 40-year-old female resulting in permanent colostomy, removal of part of liver due to spread of the cancer and lung metastasis.
Failure to diagnose TB Meningitis of a 5-year-old girl.
Automobile accident case resulting in brain injury to plaintiff. Plaintiff was in a coma for nearly 1 month and had to receive 2 months of brain injury rehabilitation.
Failure of nursing staff to monitor vital signs in post-cesarean patient, resulting in seizure activity and severe brain damage.
A husband and wife were killed instantly while driving their motorcycle after being struck head on by an SUV. This verdict was the largest in Hendry County history.
Case involved a 42-year-old woman who suffered a cardiac arrest leading to brain damage which left her in a permanent vegatative state. Claim was that her doctor missed (and thus failed to treat) underlying heart disease which lead to her cardiac arrest.
Premises liability claim resulting in severe brain damage to husband and father.
Settlement for a pedestrian that was run over by a large commercial truck. He sustained severe degloving injuries all over his body as well as crushing injuries to his pelvis and hips, ruptured kidney, and ruptured spleen.
Obstretical negligence, brain injury to newborn.
One car accident, rollover, cervical injury/parapalegic.
Wrongful death of 32-year-old husband and father due to fatal anaphylactic reaction.
$4.7 million dollar settlement on behalf of class of production superintendents misclassified as exempt employees.
Man suffered traumatic brain injury as a result of falling from his bicycle after a car turned into his path.
Failure to diagnose bacterial meningitis in a 3-month-old.
Patient languished in Emergency Room with bowel injury. The delay in treatment caused brain injury.
The case involved failure to diagnose chronic pulmonary emboli in a 55 year old woman. Damages were awarded her surviving spouse.
Brain injury to 62-year-old man caused by failure to diagnose brain hemorrhage.
Brain injury to baby as result of vacuum extraction during delivery.
Recovery for national class of construction manager/superintendents.
Obstetric negligence, brain injury and death of newborn.
Brain injury to 53-year-old due to overdose of drugs administered by hospital ICU nurse postoperatively.
The case involved a spinal cord injury to an infant during a spinal tap resulting in paraplegia.
Wrongful death of husband and father from failure to diagnose and treat infection. 38-year-old.
Negligent storage of sliding glass doors by glass retailer. Client suffered permanent brain damage.
Combined settlement of 3 million in 4 seperate cases on behalf of loan processing agents misclassified as exempt employees.
Client was riding a motorcycle when he was hit by a Sumter County School Bus. His right leg was amputated below the knee at the scene of the accident.
Error during cardiac diagnostic procedure leading to partial paralysis.
55-year-old single male was driving on I-75 and attempted to change lanes, bumping into a vehicle in his blind spot. He then spun out of control and struck the rear of a tractor-trailer parked off the side of the highway. The Plaintiff suffered various injuries, including a brain injury and below the knee amputation.
Plaintiff was injured while riding his motorcycle when a car illegally turned directly in front of him. The Plaintiff lost his leg as a result of the collision.
28-year-old single male involved in motor vehicle accident with a "phantom vehicle" suffered fractured skull and closed head injury. A titanium plate was inserted in his skull.
Elderly nursing home resident attacked by a CNA, resulting in intercranial hemorrhage and death 18 days post-attack.
Obstetric negligence, brain injury to newborn.
Injury to heart of young woman as result of misdiagnosed heart attack.
Man lost his leg above the knee as a result of a car turning in front of his oncoming motorcycle.
Negligent security verdict on behalf of former high school basketball star shot in the leg at an apartment complex.
Failure to diagnose/treat 50-year-old patient suffering from evolving heart attack. Wrongful death verdict against attending MD.
Recovery for national class of poultry workers.
Wrongful deaths of a father and daughter when a tractor-trailer pulled out onto the highway in front of their vehicle, resulting in a multi-vehicle accident.
When all is said and done, the fact of the matter is that settlements and verdicts cannot possibly replace the pain and suffering injured clients and their families must endure. However, compensation may help support an injured person for the rest of his or her life or provide a family with the lost income they would have otherwise benefited from if the accident had not occurred. Contact Morgan & Morgan today to learn if our lawyers can help you successfully resolve your legal issue.
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