How much is a personal injury case worth?

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When figuring out how much a personal injury case is worth, you need to evaluate a few things:

  1. The extent of the injury.
  2. The evidence available to prove the case.
  3. The long-term effects.
  4. The pain and suffering, both physical and emotional.
  5. The level of negligence demonstrated by the at fault party.

A.R. vs I.C. — $300,000 recovered for a motorcycle crash, wherein our client was accused of causing the wreck.


M.U. vs I.C. — $250,000 recovered for a head-on crash despite our client being cited for the wreck. Mr. Jackson hired an accident re-constructionist and was able to prove in court that the other driver was at fault.


J.C. vs D.T.I.C. — $100,000 recovered for the client in a head-on collision.


D.H.O. vs S.R.E. — $72,000 recovered for the minor in a slip-and-fall injury.


M.C. vs D.T. — $50,000 recovered for the client in a slip-and-fall injury.


R.D., R.D., T.D. vs P.I. & S.F — $222,500 recovered for three brothers injured in a car accident.


P.R. vs I.C. — $100,000 policy limits recovered for the client in a motorcycle crash.


A.S. vs T.C. — $100,000 recovered for the client in a disputed liability truck wreck.


M.C. vs T.I — $110,000 recovered for a truck driver injured after being rear-ended in a semi-truck accident on the interstate.


S.T. vs C.R.B. — $52,500 recovered for the client injured in a slip-and-fall accident on a riverboat.


B.B. vs. T.R.U. — $75,000 recovered for the client injured in a slip-and-fall accident on a toy in a department store.


S.T. vs. C.R.B. — $52,500 recovered for the client injured in a slip-and-fall accident. The client was told no case by other lawyers because he slipped and fell at a party.


C.B. vs. G.I.C. — $50,000 recovered for the client injured in a motorcycle accident. 


T.W. vs. I.C. — $285,000 recovered for the client injured in a car accident in Cincinnati, Ohio.


L.L. vs. C.M.G. — $227,500 recovered for the client injured in a slip-and-fall accident. The client was told no case by other lawyers.


H.H. vs S.F. — $100,000 policy limits recovered in a pedestrian-car accident after contested liability.


N.M. vs. T.C. — $331,000 recovered for the client with injuries sustained in a trucking accident after 2 years of litigation.


C.L. v I.C. — $100,000 recovered for the client with injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident. (August 2014)


R.S. v I.C. — $66,000 recovered for the client in a car accident. 


C.M. vs. T.M.C., et al. — $300,000 recovered for the client who received a brain injury in a sumo-wrestling accident at school after no offer for almost three years of litigation.


D.W. v I.C. — recovered $72,000 for the client who was in a car accident. 


Minors vs. G.C.S.B. — $400,000 recovered for clients in a school bus crash.


K.L. vs. T.A. — recovered $300,000 for a client in an Ohio employer intentional tort wrongful death claim for explosion at plant despite difficult burden and no offer for almost three years of litigation. 


L.J. vs N.I.C. & K.F.B. — recovered $132,500 ($50,000 then $82,500 from UIM) for the client in a car accident with a back injury after the low initial offer.


K.G. v. I.H.I.S.D. — recovered $152,500 for the client in a car accident with a leg injury.


S.J. vs. I.C. — $100,000 recovered for the client for car wreck injuries.


H.H. vs. S.F.I.C. — Insurance company initially denied liability because the police cited our client for being at fault. Mr. Jackson proved that the other driver was partially at fault and settled for $100,000.


K.M. vs. A.I.C. and G.I.C. — $150,000 recovered for auto accident injuries.


C.B. — Broken foot settled for $32,000.


A.N. vs. I.C. — $30,000 recovered at mediation after the initial offer of only $5,000.


T.P. vs. I.C. — Insurance initially denied the case, claiming it was our client’s fault. Mr. Jackson filed a lawsuit and settled for $30,000.


C.M. vs. J.S. — $75,000 recovered for a woman who ran across a busy street, not in a crosswalk, and was hit by an SUV.


S.B. vs. I.C. — $125,000 recovered.


J.P. vs. S.F.I.C. — Mr. Jackson recovered $40,000 for the client with soft tissue injuries from a car accident.


C.A.M. vs. V.G. — $250,000 recovered for nursing home wrongful death. Bed rail suffocation.


H.S. vs. M.C.C. — $110,000 recovered for nursing home fractured hip injury.


D. E. vs. L.M.I.C. — 8-year-old child ran out in front of the vehicle. Mr. Jackson proved that it was not the child’s fault and settled for $95,000 before trial.


K.B. vs. S.C. Inc. — $52,000 recovered for leg burn on a teenage girl.


P.J. vs. N.H. — Recovered $63,000 for a head injury at the nursing home after a fall.


J.Y. vs. A. Inc. — Recovered $65,000 in a products liability case. 


J.H. vs. A.I.C. — Insurance company only offered J. H. $2,100 before trial. Mr. Jackson proved to a jury that his client deserved $106,000. The jury awarded future medical bills for future necessary surgery. 


A.B. vs. A.I.C. — Insurance company only offered A.B. $10,000 before. Mr. Jackson proved to a jury that his client deserved $15,000


K.A. vs. H.D. — Store denied slip-and-fall, but Mr. Jackson was able to recover $40,000.


T.G. vs N.I.C. — Insurance company initially accused T.G. of over-steering and causing the auto accident. Mr. Jackson recovered $100,000 after he proved that it was not his client’s fault. 


G.H. vs. City — City denied the claim and Mr. Jackson proved to the court this his client deserved $8,000.


L.D. v A.I.C. — Insurance denied coverage under the policy, but Mr. Jackson filed a lawsuit and eventually recovered $73,000 shortly before the jury trial.


C.B. vs. G.R.C. — Recovered $75,000 for a patient injured after a fall.


K.B. vs. N.K.A.B. — Recovered $17,000 for a broken arm from trip and fall.


R.M. vs K.F.B. — Insurance company and police claimed it was her fault for walking in front of a vehicle. Mr. Jackson proved that his client was not at fault and recovered $50,000.


G.J. vs. S.F.I.C. — Recovered $100,000 for a fractured leg in an auto accident wherein the client was hit in a crosswalk.


B.S. vs. A.I.C. — Settled for $50,000.


H.S. vs. W.M. — Falsely accused of shoplifting and detained for 15 minutes, Mr. Jackson proved that his client deserved $17,000.

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