How much is a personal injury case worth?
When figuring out how much a personal injury case is worth, you need to evaluate several items regarding the circumstances of how you incurred the injury.
These 5 Circumstances Determine The Value Of Your Personal Injury Case:
- The extent of the injury.
- The evidence is available to prove the case.
- The long-term effects.
- The pain and suffering, both physical and emotional.
- The level of negligence demonstrated by the at-fault party.
Outcomes of Greater Cincinnati Injury Lawsuits
Below you will find the dollar amounts The Law Offices of Christopher Jackson was about to recover for their injury cases. Please keep in mind these cases date back to 2007 when Mr. Jackson began practicing law in the realm of personal injury.
Just like you, if you do choose to contact Mr. Jackson, all of the victims involved in these injury cases did not have to pay a dime to The Law Offices of Christopher Jackson until they received their settlement.
A.R. vs I.C. — $300,000 recovered for a motorcycle crash, wherein our client was accused of causing the wreck. (November 2018)
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 reconstructionist and was able to prove in court that the other driver was at fault. (December 2018)
J.C. vs D.T.I.C. — $100,000 recovered for client in head-on collision (April 2018)
D.H.O. vs S.R.E. — $72,000 recovered for minor in slip-and-fall injury. (January 2019)
M.C. vs D.T. — $50,000 recovered for client in a slip-and-fall injury. (January 2019)
R.D., R.D., T.D. vs P.I. & S.F — $222,500 recovered for three brothers injured in a car accident. (May 2017)
P.R. vs I.C. — $100,000 policy limits recovered for client in motorcycle crash. (November 2017)
A.S. vs T.C. — $100,000 recovered for client in disputed liability truck wreck. (December 2017)
S.T. vs C.R.B. — $52,500 recovered for a client injured in a slip and fall on a riverboat. (December 2016)
B.B. vs. T.R.U. — $75,000 recovered for a client injured in a slip-and-fall accident on a toy in a department store. (June 2016)
S.T. vs. C.R.B. — $52,500 recovered for a client injured in a slip-and-fall accident. Client told no case by other lawyers because he slipped and fell at a party. (August 2016)
C.B. vs. G.I.C. — $50,000 recovered for a client injured in a motorcycle accident. (September 2016)
T.W. vs. I.C. — $285,000 recovered for a client injured in a car accident in Cincinnati, Ohio. (December 2014)
L.L. vs. C.M.G. — $227,500 recovered for a client injured in a slip-and-fall accident. Client told no case by other lawyers. (December 2014)
H.H. vs S.F. — $100,000 policy limits recovered in pedestrian car accident after contested liability. (2014)
N.M. vs. T.C. — $331,000 recovered for a client with injuries sustained in a trucking accident after 2 years of litigation. (March 2014)
C.L. v I.C. — $100,000 recovered for client with injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident. (August 2014)
R.S. v I.C. — $66,000 recovered for client in car accident. (August 2014)
C.M. vs. T.M.C., et al. — $300,000 recovered for a client with a brain injury in a sumo-wrestling accident at school after no offer for almost three years of litigation. (February 2010)
D.W. v I.C. — recovered $72,000 for client in car accident. (February 2014)
Minors vs. G.C.S.B. — $400,000 recovered for clients in a school bus crash. (February 2010)
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. (September 2009)
L.J. vs N.I.C. & K.F.B. — recovered $132,500 ($50,000 then $82,500 from UIM) for client in a car accident with a back injury after low initial offer. (October 2013)
K.G. v. I.H.I.S.D. — recovered $152,500 for client in a car accident with leg injury. (November 2013)
S.J. vs. I.C. — $100,000 recovered for client for car wreck injuries. (2010)
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. (December 2013)
K.M. vs. A.I.C. and G.I.C. — $150,000 recovered for auto accident injuries. (2010)
C.B. — broken foot settled for $32,000. (2009)
A.N. vs. I.C. — $30,000 recovered at mediation after initial offer of only $5,000. (2010)
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. (November 2013)
C.M. vs. J.S. — $75,000 recovered for woman who ran across busy street, not in a crosswalk, and was hit by an SUV. (2011)
S.B. vs. I.C. — $125,000 recovered. (2010)
J.P. vs. S.F.I.C. — Mr. Jackson recovered $40,000 for client with soft tissue injuries from a car accident. (November 2013)
C.A.M. vs. V.G. — $250,000 recovered for nursing home wrongful death. Bed rail suffocation. (2010)
H.S. vs. M.C.C. — $110,000 recovered for nursing home fractured hip injury. (2013)
E. vs. L.M.I.C. — 8-year-old child ran out in front of vehicle. Mr. Jackson proved that it was not the child’s fault and settled for $95,000 before trial. (2010)
K.B. vs. S.C. Inc. — $52,000 recovered for leg burn on a teenage girl. (2011)
P.J. vs. N.H. — recovered $63,000 for head injury at nursing home after a fall. (October 2013)
J.Y. vs. A. Inc. — recovered $65,000 in a products liability case. (September 2013)
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. Jury awarded future medical bills for future necessary surgery. (2005)
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. (2008)
K.A. vs. H.D. — store denied slip and fall, but Mr. Jackson was able to recovery $40,000 for K. A. (October 2013)
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. (2009)
G.H. vs. City — city denied the claim and Mr. Jackson proved to the court this his client deserved $8,000. (2004)
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. (2011)
C.B. vs. G.R.C. — recovered $75,000 for patient injured after fall. (2011)
K.B. vs. N.K.A.B. — recovered $17,000 for a broken arm from trip and fall. (2009)
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. (2010)
G.J. vs. S.F.I.C. — recovered $100,000 for a fractured leg in an auto accident wherein client was hit in crosswalk. (2007)
B.S. vs. A.I.C. — settled for $50,000. (2008)
H.S. vs. W.M. — falsely accused of shoplifting and detained for 15 minutes, Mr. Jackson proved that his client deserved $17,000. (2007)
Have you been injured in Greater Cincinnati?
If you have been injured in Greater Cincinnati we just want you to know we are here to help. We represent innocent people who were injured due to someone else’s neglience. We understand days, weeks, months, and even years after an injury can be trying times with a lot of unkowns. Let us use our 17 years experience to get you the compensation you deserve.