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Case Results

$500+ Million Secured for our Clients

At Rouda Feder Tietjen & McGuinn, our San Francisco personal injury attorneys have resolved thousands of personal injury claims and recovered over $500 million in settlements for our clients. We are passionate about fighting for the compensation that our clients deserve, so that they can afford to recover and move forward with their lives following an accident.

Please take a look at our case results below, then give us a call at (415) 940-7176 when you are ready to start building your case.

  • $84,300,000
    Cerebral Palsy
    Andrew Leyvas v. Norma Paragas, M.D. FACTS Andrew Leyvas was born with jaundice. The hospital released him without adequate testing or treatment. His parents sought medical help four days later. His father telephoned Dr. Norma Paragas, a pediatrician ...
  • $63,429,980
    Personal Injury
    Our client suffered extensive injuries including fractures of his skull when a tree limb was dropped from 20-30 feet that struck our client in the head. Our client lost consciousness when he was struck. He has survived his brain injuries but has ...
  • $58,539,959
    Workplace Negligence
    Our client suffered a severe and permanent brain injury, including extensive fractures of his skull and bleeding in his brain, when a contractor dropped a large tree limb from 20 feet high onto our client’s head. He was instantly rendered unconscious ...
  • $47,500,000
    Child Catastrophic Injury
    $47.5 million settlement on behalf of a child who suffered catastrophic injuries when a tree crashed onto his tent in San Mateo County Memorial Park. Read more on our blog .
  • $29,000,000
    Amputations & Paraplegia
    Tuiaki v. Adelphia FACTS A 36-year-old lineman, Sifa Tuiaki, suffered catastrophic injuries when he came into contact with a 7,200-volt power line. Tuiaki was working from an elevated workbasket installing a fiber-optic cable system. His co-worker ...
  • $24,000,000
    Car Crash
  • $20,000,000
    Dangerous Exposure
    The hotel owner/operator created a public safety risk by designing and constructing unsafe accommodations that exposed the guest to a deadly virus. The accommodations were negligently maintained further exposing guests to this risk of serious harm ...
  • $17,800,000
    Reporter Electrocuted
    Adrienne Doe v. Parent Corp. FACTS Adrienne Doe, a well-known television reporter in Southern California, was in a news van being driven by her photographer. The van had a telescoping mast with microwave antennae that allowed the reporter to make ...
  • $16,000,000
    Personal Injury
    Mowatt v. City of Los Angeles FACTS Mowatt, a 19-year-year old student who was visiting Los Angeles, was crossing an intersection near the Hollywood Bowl. As she neared the crosswalk’s end, she was struck by an SUV. Mowatt sustained severe brain ...
  • $14,500,000
    Traumatic Leg Injury
    Juan Diaz and John Doe v. Errant Delivery Co. FACTS Two men, Juan Diaz and John Doe, were waiting at a walk-up window in San Francisco, when an Errant Delivery Co. delivery car veered off the road and crashed into the men at an impact speed of ...
  • $13,400,000
    Auto Accident
    Cole v. Henry FACTS Jury awards $13.4 million to woman injured when her father fell asleep at the wheel and crashed truck during cross-country trip. The jury award was the largest personal injury verdict in Sonoma County history. On June 1, 2011, ...
  • $13,100,000
    Catastrophic Brain Injury
    Our client was struck by a car inside a marked crosswalk on Willow Pass Road at the intersection of Bella Vista Avenue in Contra Costa County. Our client suffered catastrophic brain injuries which rendered her quadriplegic. The driver’s view of our ...
  • $12,500,000
    Quadriplegic Couple
    The Becks v. City of San Jose and County of Santa Clara FACTS The Becks, a married couple in their late thirties, drove their new Mazda Miata convertible up a steep, narrow, rural mountain road in Santa Clara County. A steep canyon bordered the south ...
  • $11,400,000
    I-5 Tunnel Fire
    The Martinez Family v. Caltrans FACTS On October 12, 2007, the largest roadway-tunnel mass collision in California history occurred in Los Angeles County near Santa Clarita. Thirty-three trucks and one car were involved in a chain reaction collision ...
  • $11,400,000
    Martinez V. State of CA
    Facts On October 12, 2007 a catastrophic chain reaction vehicle collision and fire occurred in the 544 foot long Newhall Tunnel in Southern California. In total, 33 commercial trucks and one auto were involved in a series of collisions. This incident ...
  • $8,750,000
    Motorcycle Accident – Woman Killed by Inattentive Driver
    The Buzenus Family v. Red Company FACTS Brian and Patricia Buzenus were motorcycle riding with friends while on vacation, headed southbound on U.S. 95. Brian was driving the motorcycle, with his wife seated behind him. A Red Company employee, driving ...
  • $8,100,000
    Personal Injury
    Jim Trucker v. Albertson’s FACTS Fifty-eight year-old Jim Trucker was working as a truck driver. On the day of the accident, he was making a delivery to Albertsons, Inc.'s Brea Distribution Center. After arriving at the warehouse and while speaking ...
  • $8,000,000
    Brain Injury – Catastrophic Injury From Truck Collision
    Darr v. Matheson Fast Freight FACTS Dwaine Darr, a 43-year-old, warehouse worker, sustained catastrophic brain injuries when a Matheson Fast Freight trailer operated by William Watson on Highway 429 in Washoe Valley, Nevada was blown into Darr's lane ...
  • $7,000,000
    Personal Injury
    Stacy H. v. Residential Apartment Building FACTS Christine, a 31-year-old designer, was severely injured when she fell 18 feet down an empty elevator shaft. The apartment building contained the original Otis elevators that had been installed in 1916. ...
  • $6,900,000
    Personal Injury
    Stewart v. American Poultry FACTS A 69-year-old woman fell off a loading dock at the San Francisco Produce Mart. She claimed that she slipped on ice and fish residue. As a result of the fall, she was rendered quadriplegic. LEGAL THEORIES AND ...
  • $6,500,000
    OS Hit by Board From High-rise- Shoulder Injury
    John Doe v. Third and Mission Assoc. and others FACTS A 42-year-old orthopedic surgeon was attending an orthopedic surgery convention in San Francisco. As John Doe and some colleagues were walking on the sidewalk near the corner of Third Street and ...
  • $5,800,000
    Brain Damage and Fractures From Intersection Accident
    Jane Doe v. Jerry Berkowitz and Contra Costa County FACTS A 44-year-old female optician was driving her Isuzu Amigo north on Walnut Boulevard toward Concord Avenue in Contra Costa County. At the same time, Jerry Berkowitz was driving his Cadillac ...
  • $5,750,000
    Wife/Mother Crushed by Die Cutting Machine and Killed
    The Doe Family v. ABC Manufacturing Co. and XYZ Machinery FACTS Marge Doe was an employee at ABC Manufacturing Co. in San Francisco. As she helped a coworker replace a die on a creasing-and-cutting machine, the machine suddenly turned on. Because ...
  • $5,700,000
    Illegal Car Rental – Drunk Driver Causes Fatal Accident
    John Doe v. Black Corp. FACTS Late at night, a Toyota Camry traveling at 90 miles per hour on U.S. 101, north of San Francisco International Airport, hit another car. The Camry spun out of control and crashed into a concrete support column. The ...
  • $5,000,000
    Man Rendered Paraplegic by Falling Equipment
    Barrera v. The Montague Company FACTS John Barrera, 31, an employee of Federighi Design Inc., was outside Federighi's warehouse in San Francisco. He was standing next to a forklift truck while a coworker offloaded boxes. The boxes contained heavy ...
  • $5,000,000
    Bicyclist Killed by a Big Rig Truck
    The Ward Family v. Black Trucking FACTS Lauren Ward was riding her bicycle on Alpine Road in Woodside near the 280 interchange. A Black Trucking big rig, attempting to go from Alpine Road onto 280, struck Ms. Ward and killed her. She was survived by ...
  • $4,850,000
    Man Killed by Exploding 100-pound Propane Cylinders
    The Doe Family v. Durnall and Campora Propane, Inc. and Manchester Tank & Equipment Co. FACTS Jim Doe took two 100-pound propane cylinders to defendant Durnall and Campora Propane to be filled. The cylinders were overfilled, which did not leave room ...
  • $4,600,000
    Husband/Father Killed-Tractor-trailer Rig Highway Accident
    The Millison Family v. Federal Trucking FACTS Rex Millison, a 37-year-old husband and father of two, was returning home from a business trip to Fresno. He was driving northbound on I-5 in San Joaquin County when a Federal Trucking driver, Jason ...
  • $3,600,000
    Mother Suffered Brain Damage-Medical Malpractice
    Sherri v. Hospital, Doctor Doe, and Medical Group FACTS Sherri, a 32-year-old mother, was in the burn Intensive Care Unit known as the hydrotherapy room. She was having her dressing change for third her degree burns. The medical personnel failed to ...
  • $1,500,000
    Teenager Gets Third-degree Burns to 25%-Radiator Coolant
    Porter v. Caltrans and Doe Dealership FACTS Porter, a teenager girl, was driving on the Bay Bridge. Her car began to overheat and stalled on the bridge. When the tow truck driver arrived, he turned the radiator cap on the overheated car. This caused ...
  • $1,330,000
    Electrocution Accident–Worker Suffers Burns From Power Line
    Wentz v. Triangle FACTS Doe accidentally contacted a high voltage overhead power line located near where he was working standing on a ladder. He had not been warned about nearby high voltage overhead power lines. He suffered severe burns as a result ...
  • $1,200,000
    Student suffers mild brain injury after being hit by car while crossing street
    Sarah Student v. Nina Nanny FACTS Twenty-eight-year-old Sarah Student was walking her regular route to take MUNI home from San Francisco State University where she was a junior. After waiting for the pedestrian signal permitting her to walk, Student ...
  • $1,000,000
    Mother Killed by Doctor Inserting Catheter
    Jane Doe v. Dr. Dialysis FACTS Jane Doe, a 26-year-old mother, went to defendant’s hospital for a routine outpatient surgery to place a central venous catheter for kidney dialysis. During the procedure, defendant doctor punctured the patient’s right ...
  • $3,960,000
    Defective Manlift Failure Results in Worker Injury
    Charles Yamamoto and George May v. Montgomery Elevator Company; 35 Stanford Street Building Corporation dba Pacific Elevator & Equipment Company, Inc.; Viola Industries; and Tosco Refinery Corporation FACTS Charles Yamamoto and George May, both 51 ...
  • $3,931,663
    Motor Vehicle Accident
    We were awarded the distinction of the “#6 Top Mediated Settlement for a Motor Vehicle Accident in 2018.” Our attorneys achieved a multi-million dollar agreement for the victim of a truck accident. Read more on our blog.
  • $3,870,000
    Mother breaks neck and dies in car accident with her sons in car
    The Penado Family v. Molex, Inc. and Regina Litz FACTS Evelyn Penado, 39, a childcare provider, was riding in a car driven by one of her sons, with another son also in the car. Their car stayed right in its lane as the lane widened, in order to merge ...
  • $3,700,000
    Motor Scooter v. Truck Driver
    Facts This hit and run truck collision left the 42-year-old plaintiff with severe, debilitating injuries. The incident occurred at the intersection of Airport Blvd. and Highway 101 in South San Francisco, CA. Defendant truck driver made a left hand ...
  • $3,700,000
    Cab and Shuttle Bus Accident on Freeway
    Doe and others v. Yellow Cab Cooperative, Inc. FACTS Four United Airlines employees got off work at San Francisco International Airport. An airport shuttle bus was taking the four employees from the airport terminal to the employee parking lot. The ...
  • $3,000,000
    Crush Injury Law – Car and Pedestrian Accident
    Jane Doe v. McNulty FACTS Jane Doe was a pedestrian waiting to cross the street at the corner of Taylor and O'Farrell. Stopped at the red light in the far right lane of O'Farrell, at Taylor, was a Ford Taurus. O'Farrell is a three lane one-way street ...
  • $2,900,000
    Elderly man with Parkinson’s ended up engulfed in flames as result of nursing home’s neglect
    Rossie B. v. Roe Nursing Home FACTS Rossie, an 80-year-old man who suffered from Parkinson's disease and other health issues, was left unattended in his wheelchair to smoke a cigarette. A short time later, Rossie was discovered in his wheelchair ...
  • $2,800,000
    Forklift Accident – Man Suffers Leg Injury Leading to Amputation
    Joe Truckdriver v. Commercial Plant FACTS Joe the truck driver was making his rounds to a certain commercial plant to pick up a load of material. when a forklift crushed his leg. Joe was a life-long employee of Trucking Company. The commercial plant ...
  • $2,750,000
    Woman’s fall on bus later results in below-the-knee amputation
    Paula Programmer v. AC Transit FACTS Programmer boarded her regular AC Transit bus to get home from work. As Programmer was holding onto a handrail for support and stepping up to a seat, the bus driver suddenly pulled away from the bus stop. ...
  • $2,500,000
    Vehicle v. Pedestrian – Pedestrian Suffers Severe Brain Injuries, Collapsed Lung, and Coma
    Victoria v. Leviton FACTS Johnny Victoria was walking across Franklin Avenue in Los Angeles when he was struck by Leviton driving a 2010 Lexus RX 350. Leviton was traveling in excess of the posted speed limit when he struck Victoria in the crosswalk. ...
  • $2,400,000
    Crush Injury – Verdict for Woman Whose Fingers were Crushed in Car Accident
    Jane Doe v. Acme Transport FACTS Jane Doe’s left hand was injured when Acme Transport’s employee ran a red light at an intersection and broadsided Doe’s car. Doe’s window was down and Doe’s fingers became caught between the doorjamb and pavement when ...
  • $2,300,000
    Industrial Accident Causes Burn Injury & Amputation
    Guevara v. Roe Machine Co. FACTS Guevara was operating an industrial iron pressing machine. She reached to grab a napkin that was being pressed when the machine malfunctioned, severely burning her arm. Her arm was later amputated as a result of her ...
  • $2,250,000
    Pedestrian struck and killed by Muni light rail
    The Fan Family v. City and County of San Francisco FACTS A pedestrian was struck in a crosswalk by a Muni light rail vehicle. The driver contended the vehicle had the right of way. The victim, an older woman, was critically injured, declared brain ...
  • $2,100,000
    Construction Accident – Plumber Injured by Concrete Pumping Hose
    Joe Plumber v. Concrete Pumping Co. FACTS Joe Plumber was working as a plumber at a commercial construction project. As he neared a concrete pumping hose, he heard a loud popping sound. The pump's hose uncoupled and swung. As it swung, the hose, ...
  • $2,100,000
    Car Accident Injury – Defective Seat Exacerbates Back Injury in Rear-End Collision
    Ron Roe v. Black Repair Shop and Defendant Driver FACTS Ron Roe was a 46-year-old seat-belted passenger in his late model SUV when the cars in front of him braked suddenly for an animal crossing the road. Roe’s wife, who was driving the SUV, was able ...
  • $2,000,000
    Pedestrian v. Dump Truck
    Facts This wrongful death action arose out of a pedestrian v. truck crash that killed the 78-year-old plaintiff who was crossing the street in a marked crosswalk. The plaintiff left two adult daughters. The plaintiff was crossing a residential ...
  • $2,000,000
    Tenant Falls From Illegal Roof Deck
    Tara Tenant v. Property Owner FACTS Tara Tenant, 32, went onto the roof of her apartment building, which was maintained by Property Owner, to watch the Blue Angels air show during Fleet Week in San Francisco. Property Owner advertised use of the roof ...
  • $2,000,000
    San Francisco Pedestrian Death – Inattentive Muni Bus Driver Kills Pedestrian
    FACTS Peter Pedestrian, 49, was walking across Mission Street in San Francisco outside of the crosswalk. While driving a 40,000 pound MUNI bus at a slow rate of speed, the bus driver unwrapped a snack bar and began to eat while driving. When the bus ...
  • $1,800,000
    Shopper Trips on Hazardous Bed Frame
    Shopper v. Department Store FACTS Shopper, 59, and her husband went to a large Department Store to buy furniture for their newly purchased home. As Shopper was following an employee, her foot caught on a low platform bed causing her to fall and her ...
  • $1,800,000
    Plumber suffered facial and wrist fractures after falling 15 feet through unguarded opening onto concrete
    Sergio Rodriguez and Maria Rodriguez v. San Jose Construction FACTS Rodriguez, a 32-year-old plumber, suffered severe injuries, including facial and wrist fractures, when he fell 15 feet down through an unguarded floor opening at a construction site. ...
  • $1,800,000
    Defective Rivet Buster Caused Construction Worker Eye Injury
    Gary LaPlante v. Chicago Pneumatic FACTS A 46-year-old construction foreman had his right eye pulverized when a piston from a Chicago Pneumatic rivet buster inadvertently ejected into his face. As a result, the remnants of Gary’s right eye were ...
  • $1,750,000
    Husband and father crushed by rear tires of big rig tractor-trailer making right turn
    The Doe Family v. Feely Trucking Corp. and Lahkbir Ram FACTS A big rig tractor–trailer struck and crushed Michael Doe as he crossed Van Ness Avenue at Turk in San Francisco. An independent contractor, Lahkbir Ram, was hauling the trailer portion of ...
  • $1,700,000
    Cyclist Rendered Triplegic on Bay Bridge
    Alex Z. v. Caltrans FACTS An 80-year-old cyclist, Alex, was invited by a Caltrans employee to participate in a night ride across the Bay Bridge while it was closed for repairs. Alex was physically fit and cycled more than 100 miles per week at the ...
  • $1,700,000
    Female pedestrian hit by van while crossing street
    Knoop v. Roe Brokerage Co. FACTS A pedestrian, Knoop, was crossing a busy San Francisco street when she was hit by a van. The van was driven by an employee of a brokerage firm. Knoop was attending a class at Golden Gate University on the day of the ...
  • $1,600,000
    Exploding Pool Filter Causes Neck, Skull, and Brain Injuries
    Doe v. Red Pool Filter Manufacturer FACTS John Doe was cleaning the pool filter at his home in Lafayette, California. Following the instructions attached to the label on the pool filter he disassembled, cleaned, and re-assembled the pool filter. ...
  • $1,600,000
    Man’s arm, shoulder and neck injured when load of excavator swung into him
    John Smith v. Road Construction Co. FACTS John Smith, a 44-year-old diesel mechanic employed by Equipment Rental Co., was injured at a Road Construction Co.'s work site. Smith was walking by the boom of an Equipment Rental Co. excavator, which had a ...
  • $1,600,000
    Skiing Accident – Man Struck and Injured by Snowmobile
    John Doe v. Ski Resort Co. FACTS John Doe, a 54-year-old manager, was skiing with his son when he was struck head-on by a snowmobile. The snowmobile was driven by a Ski Resort employee coming up the hill, who was traveling at an extremely high speed. ...
  • $1,500,000
    Motorcycle Accident – Motorcyclist Struck by Driver Suffers Catastrophic Injuries
    Livia M. v. Stephen Smith, John Smith and Carol Smith FACTS Livia M., a 46-year-old artist and musician, was riding her motorcycle on a Friday night. A car driven by 18-year-old Stephen Smith made a left turn against a red light directly in front of ...
  • $1,500,000
    Pedestrian Accident – High School Student Struck in Crosswalk
    Peter Pedestrian v. Driver FACTS Peter Pedestrian, a 17-year-old high-school student, was walking to a school dance at Los Altos High School. It was dark, and the streets were wet because it had been raining. He entered a marked school crosswalk to ...
  • $1,500,000
    Head Injury – Horse Drawn Carriage Throws Passenger
    Julie and Emily Roe v. Red Ranch FACTS Julie Roe, a fifty-two-year-old woman, was a passenger in a horse-drawn cart at Red Ranch. The horse pulling the cart spooked, ejecting the woman from the cart. She struck the right side of her skull on a metal ...
  • $1,500,000
    Construction Accident – Worker Sustains Spine, Brain & Shoulder Injuries
    Banuelos v. A&J Concrete Pumping, Mission Valley Ready Mix, and Pearsons Concrete FACTS Banuelos, a 46-year-old laborer, was tending a concrete hose, pouring concrete into panels for tilt-up building construction. Suddenly, the concrete hose emitted ...
  • $1,500,000
    Driver failed to check rear-view mirrors, caused collision with motorcyclist
    Michael Mechanic v. Defendant Driver FACTS Michael Mechanic was riding his motorcycle on Highway 13 near Piedmont, California, when Defendant Driver changed lanes and collided with him. Defendant Driver said that while he had checked his rear-view ...
  • $1,500,000
    Child Killed After Falling Through a Plywood Cover into a Swimming Pool Excavation
    The Fitzpatrick Family v. Roe Insurance Co. and Green Property Owners FACTS The Fitzpatricks’ son fell into a swimming pool excavation. The excavation, which had gone unfinished due to a legal dispute between an insurance company and the property ...
  • $1,470,000
    Bike Accident – Bicyclist Slowing for Car Struck by Another Bicyclist
    Cathy Cautious v. Bob Bicyclist FACTS Cathy Cautious was bicycling on the Peninsula. She was approaching a freeway off-ramp when she saw a car that she thought was not going to stop. She slowed down for the car. Bob Bicyclist and his brother were on ...
  • $1,320,000
    Vehicle Rear End Accident Causes Multiple Impacts and Injuries
    Doe v. Showermans Beer Distributors FACTS Doe's car was rear-ended by a beer truck operated by Tipplet, an employee of defendant Showerman's. At the time of the accident Doe was a 45-year- old male who worked part-time as a correctional officer for ...
  • $1,250,000
    Motorcycle Accident – Driver Making Last Second Lane Change Hits Motorcycle
    Stanley Moore v. Shah FACTS Stan Moore was riding his motorcycle on U.S. 101 when Sanjay Shah, driving a car in the far left lane, realized he was about to miss his exit. Shah went across several lanes of traffic and clipped the rear tire of Moore’s ...
  • $1,250,000
    Man Killed in Strip Club Dispute
    Doe v. White Strip Club FACTS John Doe was at a strip club when he got into a dispute with the management. An altercation ensued and Doe died of asphyxiation. The bouncers claimed Doe started the dispute. Security cameras told a different story—one ...
  • $1,100,000
    Elderly Injury – 81 Year-Old Woman Tripped in Parking Lot
    Danuta Tempel v. Cala Foods, Inc. FACTS Ms. Tempel, an 81-year-old woman, was pushing a shopping cart from the store to her car. She tripped on a depression in the parking lot and broke her hip. While she was recovering from the broken hip she fell, ...
  • $1,000,000
    Elderly Pedestrian Accident in San Francisco
    Yu v. Vallindras FACTS An 88-year-old man was out for a walk in San Francisco. A car backing out of a driveway struck him and knocked him to the ground. The individual suffered multiple severe injuries, including a traumatic brain injury. He was ...
  • $1,000,000
    $1 Million Recovered for Family in Home Fire
    Landers Family v. JADA Investments FACTS On March 4, 2015, a space heater started a fire in the Landers family home in Brookings, Oregon. Asleep in the home at the time were the grandparents and three grandchildren. All the children were under the ...
  • $1,000,000
    A 32-year-old carpenter fell 20 feet off a roof and sustained severe spinal injuries and paraplegia
    Michael Patton v. Lincoln Property Co. and Larkspur Courts Associates FACTS Carpenter Michael Patton and his employer, Krata Inc., were hired by Lincoln Property Co. and Larkspur Courts Associates to replace siding and paint 25 buildings at a ...
  • $1,000,000
    Man With Parkinson’s Suffered Workplace Harrassment
    John Doe v. Black Food Co. FACTS In 1999, at the age of 49, John Doe was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. Doe had worked as a dispatch supervisor for Black Food Co. for approximately 16 years at the time of his diagnosis. For the next six years, ...
  • $1,000,000
    Pedestrian Accident – Woman in Unmarked Crosswalk Struck by Limo
    Carole Roe v. Limo Company FACTS Carole Doe was crossing the street at night. She was midblock and not in a marked crosswalk. A limo driver, who said he did not see her, struck her. She hit her head on the pavement and suffered a mild traumatic brain ...
  • $1,000,000
    Permanent Disability After Slip & Fall
    Reid v. Shorenstein Company FACTS The plaintiff Reid was the employee of a courier service at the time of the slip and fall accident. Reid slipped on wet tile in front of the Shorenstein Company building in Oakland. Reid’s right leg endured multiple ...
  • $965,000
    Woodside Motorcycle Accident on Mountain Road Injures Passenger
    Motorcycle Passenger v. SUV Driver FACTS While talking on her cell phone, SUV Driver made a sudden left or U-turn on Route 84 into the path of an oncoming motorcycle. Our client was the Motorcycle Passenger, a 31-year-old woman, who suffered serious ...
  • $800,000
    Wrongful Death, Medical Malpractice at VA Medical Center
    DOE v. San Francisco VA Medical Center Facts In 2014, 61-year-old DOE was admitted for treatment for epilepsy at the San Francisco VA Medical Center in the Epilepsy Monitoring Unit (hereinafter “EMU”) located at 4150 Clement Street, San Francisco, ...
  • $691,941
    Jury verdict for woman injured when security gate brought down on her at ski resort
    Jane Doe v. Northstar-at-Tahoe FACTS Jane Doe, our 33-year old client was an avid snowboarder who had a season pass to Northstar. At the end of one of her visits, she was waiting on the deck of the lodge for her friend until the sun went down behind ...
  • $625,000
    Collision Injury – Broken Kneecap Exacerbates Knee Injury
    Jane Doe v. Defendant Driver FACTS Jane Doe was driving westbound on Walnut Creek’s Treat Boulevard in the slow lane. Jane drove forward into the intersection on a solid green light. As Jane moved into the intersection, Defendant Driver, driving a ...
  • $575,000
    Elderly Injury – Cab Runs Red Light Injuring Elderly Couple
    The Does v. Arrow Cab Co. FACTS John and Jane Doe, an elderly couple, were driving on Pine Street in San Francisco when an Arrow Cab ran a red light, crashing into their car. Jane Doe was knocked unconscious and suffered a neck injury. Her husband, ...
  • $400,000
    Infant Death Following Mother’s Diabetes Complications
    Mother Doe v. Hospital FACTS Mother Doe, in her early 20s, was scheduled for an induction of labor on her due date representing 40 completed weeks of pregnancy. Mother was a longtime patient of Hospital and was a high risk patient because she was a ...
  • Confidential Settlement
    Man Killed by Distracted Driver
    The Doe Family v. Jane Roe FACTS John Doe was riding a recumbent bicycle during a cross-country bicycle trip. He was outside of Spokane, Washington, on a two-lane rural highway, riding with another individual. They were riding side by side when a van ...
  • Children Sexually Assaulted by Babysitter
    Sexual Assault
    Doe I and Doe II v. The Roe Family FACTS In a case involving negligent supervision and negligent failure to warn, the firm argued parental liability when 12-year-old Roe sexually assaulted and molested his two neighbors Doe I, age 4 ½ and Doe II, age ...
  • Young woman killed, brother seriously injured, after being deliberately run down by vehicle
    Pedestrian Accident
    The Levy Family v. Attias FACTS The son of a famous television producer deliberately drove his parents' car into a group of students at the University of California at Santa Barbara. A young woman was killed, and her brother was seriously injured as ...