Case Results

  • $1.9 Million
    Car Accident

    For a car accident which caused a disabling brain injury.

  • $1.6 Million
    Burn Injury

    For burn injuries caused by gas explosion and fire at a rented lake cabin.

  • $1.1 Million
    Drunk Driving Accident

    In a North Dakota liquor liability case (selling alcohol to an obviously intoxicated person) involving four bars, a drunk driver, and an innocent client who ultimately had her leg amputated. Despite only one of the four bars having insurance.

  • $1 Million
    Car Accident

    Bicyclist had severe spinal injuries after being struck by a truck while in the median in a divided highway. Liability was strongly contested as the driver claimed our client pulled in front of him.

  • $1 Million
    Wrongful Death

    In addition to workers comp benefits paid to family members. Construction site accident, resulting in wrongful death.

  • $15.3 Million
    Railroad Yard Injury

    Record-setting verdict to a railroad worker for severe and progressive neurological injuries he suffered while working in a BNSF railroad yard in 2014. The accident happened when BNSF mishandled tanker cars carrying toxic petrochemicals in the railyard, causing the cars to vent poisonous gas where the man was working. The cars were being hauled through the BNSF Northtown Yard in Minneapolis on their way to Canada. The worker experienced serious neurological problems immediately after he was exposed to the toxic chemicals.

    Rather than informing the worker or his doctors about the toxic nature of the chemicals, BNSF began an immediate cover-up of the facts of the accident and the seriousness of the toxic exposure, by telling the worker and his doctors that he was only exposed to a benign chemical that would not cause him long-term harm. BNSF also told the Federal Railroad Administration that incident was nothing more than a “false alarm” and they would not investigate it further.

    After a week of trial, the jury returned a verdict of $15,343,753 in the worker’s favor. Hearings to determine additional monetary sanctions for BNSF’s misconduct will be held in the coming months, as will a hearing where the railroad and its attorney must explain to the Court why they should not be held in contempt of court for their actions.

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