A settlement on behalf of a middle aged man who suffered a brain injury. With the assistance of top experts, we were able to demonstrate that his doctors did not follow proper safety protocols, which would have prevented the injury.
A settlement on behalf of a child who suffered a brain injury as a result of oxygen deprivation during birth. Through years of tactical and technical litigation, we were able to prove that the nurses and physicians both failed to intervene and prevent the brain injury.
A settlement was reached for a woman who suffered a serious side effect from a dangerous pharmaceutical drug. Our lawyers were able to prove that the manufacturer did not properly test for side effects and warn of dangers.
A man in his fifties who suffered injuries due to a defective orthopedic implant. Through extensive litigation our lawyers proved that the manufacturer knew that the device was defective.
A settlement for a woman who lost her husband when a physician’s assistant improperly prescribed a medication that was contraindicated due to a known allergy to the drug.
A settlement on behalf of pedestrians who were seriously injured when a drunk driver struck them.
A settlement on behalf of the family of a passenger fatally injured in an avoidable motor vehicle accident.
A man was hit and killed on his motorcycle by a drunken driver. Attorney Daniel Harwin alleged “Bad Faith” against the driver’s insurance company. after it failed to pay out on a $25,000 insurance policy in a timely manner.
A young factory worker was awarded $1,750,000 for suffering a crushing injury to his right hand while working on a World War II heavy machine. The jury found no negligence on the part of the worker.
A settlement on behalf of the family of an elderly man who died as a result of being neglected and uncared for by a nursing home.
A settlement on behalf of the family of an elderly man who died as a result of the neglect of the nursing home.
The jury awarded the plaintiffs $924,615 for third degree burns to a man’s hands caused by a malfunctioning hot water heater.
Marketing practices for Seroquel included promotion of the drug by physicians participating in clinical studies and drug sales representatives encouraging doctors to prescribe for the unapproved uses.
After a three-day trial in Hillsborough County, a jury awarded a former Union Worker $650,000 for suffering a knee injury in an automobile accident which required reconstructive knee surgery. Attorneys Michael Freedland and Dan Harwin represented the plaintiff(s).