Over the years, the Missouri personal injury attorneys at Page Law have recovered Millions of dollars in compensation for injured clients. Below is a listing of some past verdicts and settlements we have obtained. Click on the links to see more about the cases.
$6.5 Million dollar settlement for truck accident victim. This case was settled during the second week of trial. Plaintiff was injured when a tractor trailer hit the back of his motorcycle. The total amount of the settlement from the trucking company and the truck driver was Six Million Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($6,500,000). The trucking company argued its driver was an owner operator and he was on “personal” time at the time of the crash. Plaintiff argued the driver was in the course and scope of employment at the time of the crash.
$6.5 Million dollar settlement for Premises Liability victim.
$5.825 Million dollar settlement for Tractor Trailer Crash & Wrongful Death Victim.
$2.4 Million dollar settlement for Vehicle vs. Pedestrian Accident victim.
$2 Million dollar settlement for charter bus crash victim. This case was settled a few months before trial. Plaintiff was injured when his car was rear-ended by a charter bus on highway 270 in St. Louis, MO.
$2 Million dollar settlement. An insurance company that initially denied coverage to its insureds paid two times the $1,000,000 policy limit to settle a personal injury case.
$1.325 Million dollar settlement for fatal crash. This case involved a fatal tractor trailer crash on Highway 55 in Ste. Genevieve County. A lawsuit was filed against the tractor trailer driver, the trucking company, a road construction company, and the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission.
$1.2 Million dollar settlement for truck accident victim. Plaintiff suffered a neck injury when a tractor trailer collided with a his truck. The motorist became wedged between the tractor trailer and another vehicle. The highest offer at mediation was $700,000. After unsuccessful mediation, the case settled for $1.2 Million.
$1 Million dollar settlement. The initial offer in this case was $95,000. After filing suit and uncovering some damaging evidence against the trucking company, the case settled for $1,000,000.
$1 Million dollar settlement for Missouri car accident. Plaintiff was injured when she was hit head on by an oncoming driver that crossed the center line. The Plaintiff suffered injuries to her head and lower extremities. The $1 Million settlement exhausted all applicable insurance coverage. The case was resolved after a lawsuit was filed and depositions were taken.
$1 Million dollar settlement for auto accident victim. Plaintiff was injured when the car he was riding in was t-boned by another car. Plaintiif suffered back injuries as a result of the crash. The $1 Million settlement included a confidentiality clause and therefore the names of the parties can’t be disclosed at this time. The case was venued in the St. Louis City, MO. The case was settled during mediation.
Settlement for truck accident victim. This case was settled a few weeks after mediation. Plaintiff was injured when her vehicle was rear-ended by a tractor trailer on highway 70 in St. Louis, MO.
Electrician who fell from work platform. Our client was an electrician sent to repair lights on the defendant’s ceiling. He fell from a homemade platform supplied by the defendants. Click on the heading above to view an article from Missouri Lawyer’s Weekly about the case.
Settlement for rear-end collision. This case was filed in St. Clair County Circuit Court. Plaintiff was traveling down Illinois Route 163 when he was rear-ended by Defendant’s Ford Expedition. The crash pushed Plaintiff’s vehicle into oncoming traffic, causing a third vehicle to be involved.
Settlement for tractor trailer accident on icy highway. The Plaintiff was a truck driver who sustained lower back and hip injuries in the crash. There were no witnesses to the crash so the case was proven solely on expert testimony.
Electrician who tripped over loose string. An ironworker working on the new St.Louis City Jail tripped over loose string that is used to pull electrical wiring through the walls causing him to fall and tear his rotator cuff. Click on the heading above to view an article from Missouri Lawyer’s Weekly about the case.
Settlement for woman who fell on ice outside casino. While leaving a casino, our client slipped on a patch of ice in the parking lot causing her to fall and fracture her leg. Click on the heading above to view an article from Missouri Lawyer’s Weekly about the case.
Injury victim caused by an auto accident. Our client was a woman who was injured when another driver pulled out in front of her. This resulted in a torn ACL which required knee surgery. Click on the heading above to view an article from Missouri Lawyer’s Weekly about the case.
E.G. & G.G. v. E.S.Plaintiff’s suffered serious injuries when they were involved in a car crash allegedly caused by Defendant. Page Law negotiated a settlement for Plaintiffs in excess of Defendant’s insurance policy limits.
R.L. vs. PRIORITY TRANSPORTATION, L.L.C.This case involved a Missouri truck accident in which Plaintiff was hit from behind by a tractor trailer. On or about August 4, 2004 Defendant J.B. was operating a tractor trailer on Interstate 55 South in Cape Girardeau, Missouri. Defendant J.B. crashed into Plaintiff’s vehicle from behind as he was operating the tractor trailer through fog. Plaintiff suffered injuries to his head, neck, back, spine, and left hand, including a herniated disc that required surgical repair.
R.L. vs. PRIORITY TRANSPORTATION, L.L.C.Defendant Liberty Transportation Inc. is an Iowa Company. Defendant D & R Specialized is a Mississippi corporation.
Plaintiff was operating his tractor trailer on Interstate 70 East on or about July 13, 2002 when he was hit by a tractor trailer. Plaintiff alleged the crash was due to the negligence and carelessness of Defendants, jointly and severally, in the use, operation, and maintenance of their tractor trailer.
D.S. v. S.M.Plaintiff was driving his vehicle on a Missouri roadway when his vehicle crashed into Defendant’s truck. Defendant was trying to push start his vehicle and pushed it directly into the path of Plaintiff. Plaintiff broke his foot as a result of this crash.
C.S. v. K.BPlaintiff filed a lawsuit in Lincoln County, MO after being rear-ended at a stop sign. Plaintiff suffered serious and debilitating injuries to her neck and spine. The case settled before trial for Defendant’s entire insurance policy.
R.M. v. L.APlaintiff suffered a serious knee injury when Defendant crashed his car into Plaintiff’s motorcycle. Plaintiff required immediate knee surgery and underwent extensive physical therapy.
C.B. v. V.H.Plaintiff was operating his motorcycle on Olive Blvd. in St. Louis, MO when he was struck by Defendant’s vehicle. Defendant claims she never saw Plaintiff before the impact. Plaintiff suffered significant leg injuries.
The operation of the tractor trailer truck and the manner in which defendants, and each of them, operated the truck on the public roadways showed a complete indifference to and conscious disregard for the safety of the motoring public. The fact that the truck was allowed to operate on public roadways with defective equipment, defective brakes, and without adequate maintenance and safety checks, showed complete indifference to and conscious disregard for the safety of the motoring public.
At the time of his death, Decedent was a healthy, happy, loving, father, son, and grandfather to the members of his family. He provided his family with care, comfort, guidance and support and would have done so for the remainder of her life expectancy which was in excess of 30 years at the time of his tragic death.As a result of his death, his daughter, grandson, and parents will continue in the future to sustain the following items of damage:
a. The loss of the care, maintenance, support, services, advice, counsel, and reasonable contributions of a pecuniary value, that they would have received from Decedent, had he lived;
b. The loss of the positive benefits flowing from the love, comfort, companionship, and society that they would have received from Decedent had he lived;
c. The emotional pain, torment, and suffering experienced by them because of the death of Decedent; and
d. The loss of the present value of the assets that Decedent, in reasonable probability, would have added to the estate and left at natural death to Decedent;
E.C. v. C.P.This case was venued in the county of St. Louis, MO. Page Law represented a young woman who suffered devastating injuries due to an uninsured motorist. Plaintiff’s counsel was able to stack numerous “uninsured motorist” policies to help maximize Plaintiff’s recovery. This case settled for the insurance policy limits available to Plaintiff.
The estate of Decedent, as represented by his heirs and estate representatives, was entitled to recover the following items of damages:As a result of his death, his daughter, grandson, and parents will continue in the future to sustain the following items of damage:
a. Any physical pain and mental anguish suffered by Decedent before his death; and
b. Funeral and burial expenses.
Plaintiff prayed for judgment against all Defendants, and each of them, jointly and severally, in a sum in excess of Twenty-Five Thousand Dollars ($25,000.00) as was fair and reasonable to compensate Plaintiff for injuries and damages, plus Missouri prejudgment interest, plus aggravated damages, together with Plaintiff’s costs and for such other relief this Court deems just and proper under the circumstances. This case Settled for a confidential sum.
L.H. v. A.J.This case was venued in the county of St. Charles, MO. We represented a young child who was struck by a vehicle while playing in his yard. Plaintiff suffered a traumatic brain injury due to being struck. Page Law obtained the policy limits available under Defendant’s insurance policy. We then structured a portion of the minor child’s recovery so the child would be able to get the money at age eighteen (18.)
Plaintiff’s father was killed by a tractor trailer crash in Missouri. 1012582 Ontario Limited (hereinafter referred to as “Ontario”) was a trucking transport company organized and existing under the laws of Canada. Defendant Pace Marathon Motor Lines, Inc (hereinafter referred to as “Pace”) was a trucking transport company organized and existing under the laws of Canada. Defendant J.C. (the truck driver) was an individual residing in Canada.