Sandoval & James fights for people who injure because of someone else’s negligence. If you were hurt and are in pain, give us a call. Even if you are rejected by another law firm for something like low property damage, still be able to help. We care about people, not property damage. Below is a list of actual results we have obtained for past clients. The amounts shown are settlement amounts received on behalf of our clients, some of which had been turned away by other firms.
$1,250,000.00 | February 2021Gross Settlement | Motor Vehicle Accident (Large Policy)
The client sustained neck, shoulder, and back injuries in a motor vehicle accident. The defendant was driving a non-commercial vehicle. The client alleged at fault for the accident, A defendant with minimal impact on both cars. A client alleged many surgeries as a result of the accident. Despite the difficulties of the case, there was a resolution without trial.
Expenses: $23,260.76Attorney Fees: $487,500.00
A personal injury attorney in Chicago, Illinois_ motor vehicle accidents
Americans love dogs. There’s a good chance you are one of those folks who are fond of “man’s best friend.”
But as loveable, intelligent, and domesticated as dogs may be,
they remain animals prone to unpredictable
– and sometimes violent – behavior.
Some dogs may have a propensity for aggression,
while others may bite, jump or scratch if they are surprised or feel threatened.
When dogs, especially large or strong ones,
act out and attack people, they can cause severe and
sometimes permanent injuries and disfigurement.
Dog bite lawyer
Dogs bite an estimated that 4.5 million Americans every year,
resulting in hundreds of thousands of emergency room visits,
thousands of hospitalizations, and scores of deaths.
Dogs were responsible for the deaths of 34 Texans between 2005 and 2013.
In 2017, dog bites and other dog-related injuries accounted
for more than one-third of all homeowners’ liability claim
dollars paid out, totaling almost $700 million.
Injuries from dog bites can must costly and painful medical treatment, physical rehabilitation,
and reconstructive surgery,
in addition to the physical and psychological trauma left behind
in the aftermath of a dog attack.