Fierce Representation
Fighting for Compensation

Case Results

Obtained jury verdict for a man who suffered a back injury working for a contractor working on railroad tracks.

Jury verdict of $3,500,000


Against an apartment complex for the death of a woman and her grandson who died of smoke inhalation in an apartment fire that involved code violations.

$46,000,000 judgment


Represented a woman who was sexually assaulted by a taxi driver.

$5,000,000 judgment


Represented a locomotive engineer injured in a collision with a semi at a railroad crossing.

$2.4 million settlement


Represented a family for a young child severely burned in an apartment fire and the deaths of two other family members.

$8,235,000 settlement


Represented the widow of a retired 72-year-old man killed while riding his motorcycle after being hit by a commercial vehicle.

Settled for policy limits of $3,000,000.


Obtained jury verdict of $4,000,000 for a mother following the death of her 10-year-old child due to a train/car collision.

Jury verdict of $4,000,000


Obtained jury verdict of $6,500,000 for a man severely injured while operating a defective forklift.

Jury verdict of $6,500,000


Represented the widow of a man who was initially injured after his vehicle was side-swiped by a semi truck; the man developed an addiction to pain medication and later died of an accidental drug overdose.

Reached a successful settlement.


Obtained jury verdict of $2,500,000 for an injured railroad employee who sustained a back injury after falling off a machine with a defective ladder. This remains the highest verdict ever obtained in Jackson County, Missouri for an injured railroad employee (FELA case).

Jury verdict of $2,500,000


Represented a woman with neck and shoulder injuries when her vehicle was rear-ended by a commercial vehicle.

$900,000 settlement.


Represented a man with low back injuries when the other driver made an illegal u-turn on the highway.

$625,000 settlement.


Represented the widow of a man killed working as part of logging crew.

Settled for policy limits of $500,000.