Defendant was burned by his BBQ grill. The propane tank turned into a blowtorch and shot a fireball at him. The Law Firm of Jeremy Rosenthal hired top engineers who discovered that the tank had a defective valve. The maker of the valve was in China. The grill manufacturer did not think Attorney Rosenthal would fly to China to discover the pertinent facts and prosecute the case for my client. I flew to China and deposed their CEO, and within weeks of flying back to America the case settled most favorably for a confidential amount.
The Law Firm of Jeremy Rosenthal had a client who was walking in a large supermarket’s parking lot. The lot was obviously not being maintained and was full of large cracks and holes. Our client fell in a pothole and fell, hitting her head into the pavement and causing brain damage. The store compensated our client and promised to change the way that they do business. This included a large, confidential settlement amount.
KC v. Unnamed Business
Our client was walking into a building when she slipped and fell on an uneven drainage grate. As a result, she needed a total hip replacement. After hard-fought negotiations, and on the eve of trial, we secured a $150,000+ settlement for our client. Read On
MR v. Unnamed Business
Our client slipped and fell in a supermarket. The supermarket had a water leak which caused her to fall and tear ligaments in her knee. We secured a settlement which paid for all of our client’s medical care, and additionally got her a reasonable sum of money for pain and suffering. Read On
HT v. Large corporation
1.5 Million dollar settlement for client who suffered lower extremity paralysis when multi thousand pound stone collapsed and crushed him. Read On
Our client was subject to repeated gender harassment by her employer. We secured a $150,000+ settlement for our client. Read On
JD v. Unnamed Insurance Company
Our client was the passenger in a car accident. The driver hit a tree and his passenger was injured as a result of the car accident. We received a six figure settlement from the insurance company which allowed client to obtain medical care and recover for lost wages. Read On
CW v. Unnamed Insurance Company
The client was insured in an auto accident and we obtained a settlement of over $160,000 to compensate her for her injuries. Read On
PS v. Unnamed Insurance Company
The client was injured in an auto accident and obtained a settlement for $150,000 Read On
DR. v Unnamed Insurance Company
The client was in her car when another driver failed to yield the right of way, ultimately crashing into our client’s car. The client suffered numerous broken bones in her foot. We obtained a full policy limits settlement. Read On
Joey v. Unnamed Bagel Company
The client bit into a bagel which had a foreign object within it cracking our client’s tooth. We obtained a favorable settlement with compensated the client for all of his dental work, plus a reasonable amount for pain and suffering. Read On
Olson v. Unnamed Insurance Company
The client fell on ice and snow in the parking lot of a business and broke her arm. The business was supposed to be putting sand and salt on the area to prevent any injuries. The case settled for $90,000. Read On
People v. M
The client got food poisoning from eating at a local restaurant. We convinced the restaurant’s insurance company to pay for all of the client’s medical bills, lost wages, and a reasonable award for pain and suffering. Read On
People v. CJ.
The client was bit by an aggressive dog while riding in an acquaintance’s vehicle. We convinced the acquaintance’s insurance company that the incident arose out of the use of an automobile. Subsequently, the insurance company paid all the medical bills and a reasonable amount for pain and suffering. Read On
In the matter of FE.
The client was in an auto accident. After intensive negotiations with the other driver’s insurance company a settlement was reached in excess of $150,000. Read On
In the matter of CD.
The client was in an auto accident. After intensive negotiations with the other driver’s insurance company a settlement was reached for $175,000. Read On
In the matter of WJ.
The client fell on ice and broke a bone. The area in which he fell was supposed to be maintained by the owner of the property. The owner refused to take accountability. The court allowed us to maintain a claim for punitive damages because the defendant’s conduct was reprehensible. The case recent… Read On
In the matter of EM
The client lost her young daughter in a heart wrenching automobile accident. Many people in the client’s car were injured. We negotiated a $400,000 settlement with the other driver’s insurance company. Then we went to trial and secured another $575,000. Read On