for a traumatic brain injury involving an individual who sustained a severe traumatic brain injury rendering that person unable to work or care for themselves.
for an individual who sustained a catastrophic brain injury during a medical procedure which rendered the individual incapable to care for themselves.
for a mild traumatic brain injury sustained when a person hit their head on the windshield of their car in a head-on collision.
for a mild traumatic brain injury to a truck driver who returned to work 2 days after his injury and was making more in his job after the injury than before it.
for an individual who suffered advanced stage cancer as a result of the failure to properly test and timely diagnose that cancer.
in a medical malpractice case for a client that was not timely diagnosed or treated for a severe infection which lead to the amputation of that individual’s legs, blindness in one eye and a stroke.
for a Grambling State University basketball player who suffered a serious heat stroke and traumatic brain injury when he was forced to complete a 4 mile run in 40 minutes in the heat of the summer with no water or wet towels. When he collapsed from heat stroke, his medical care was delayed.
for a client who suffered multiple brain surgeries as a result of a brain infection which was not timely diagnosed by his physicians. Amount included a lump sum payment of medical expenses above Louisiana's cap on damages.
Trucking Accident where 18 wheel truck crossed the center line and hit our client head on causing his death. Verdict was the highest verdict in the court's history in that Parish;
Our Clients' Mother sustained severe brain damage and ultimately died as a result of a physician's failure to monitor her during transportation from the operating room to the Intensive Care Unit.