Case Results

Bus Passenger Accident

$300,000

The client was a passenger on a bus, which ran off the road into a ditch causing two compression fractures in his low back (non-surgical).

Motor Vehicle Accident

$250,000

Policy Limits

Client was involved in head on collision which required extraction.

Motor Vehicle Accident

$250,000

Policy Limits

Client was struck by vehicle that ran a stop sign. Multiple fractures.

Motor Vehicle Accident

$200,000

Multiple-impact, rear-end collision resulting in multiple disc herniations at C5-6 and C6-7. The client had multiple pre-existing conditions. However, we were able to craft a successful argument for aggravation of these pre-existing conditions.

Motor Vehicle Accident

$185,000

Client was struck by vehicle that ran a stop sign.

Motor Vehicle Accident

$185,000

Client was struck by vehicle that ran stop sign and rolled Jeep. Client walked away but subsequently developed shoulder injuries.

Motorcycle Crash

$150,000

Defendant came across three lanes of traffic and struck client who was on his motorcycle. Client suffered substantial “road rash” and a knee injury (non-surgical).

Motor Vehicle Accident

$100,000

Client was rear-ended causing low back injury requiring fusion surgery.

Policy Limits

T-Bone Accident

$90,000

The defendant failed to stop at a red light and T-boned the client on the passenger side of her vehicle.

Motor Vehicle Accident

$90,000

Client was struck by vehicle that ran a stop sign, causing a concussion, vertigo, right ankle injury, and right wrist injury.

Motor Vehicle Accident

$90,000

Defendant ran a red light and t-boned the vehicle in which client was a passenger. Client suffered a rotator cuff tear, necessitating surgical intervention.

Motor Vehicle Accident

$90,000

Client was a passenger in a vehicle in standstill traffic on the highway when Defendant rear-ended the vehicle at 55MPH. Client suffered severe back injuries, including in a disc protrusion.

Motor Crash

$58,000

Defendant turned in front of our client who was on his motorcycle. Client suffered “road rash” as well as pain in his neck, shoulders, and both wrists. Client recovered well after participating in physical therapy.

Slip and Fall

$40,000

Client slipped and fell on ice in a parking lot injuring his leg.

Pedestrian Accident in Parking Lot

Policy Limits

Client was struck by a vehicle in a retail parking lot and suffered a concussion as well as back and knee injuries (non-surgical). The case was settled for Policy Limits from Defendant plus an additional $130,000.00 from the client’s own insurance policy.

Rear-End Collision

Policy Limits

Rear-end collision resulting in whiplash, back pain, and shoulder surgery.

Motor Vehicle Accident

Policy Limits

Defendant ran a stop light, causing a collision. Our client suffered pain throughout his entire body and torn ligaments in his right shoulder.

Motor Vehicle Accident

Policy Limits

Defendant ran a red light and t-boned client. Client suffered a concussion and low back pain, but made a full recovery.

Motor Vehicle Accident

Policy Limits

Client was rear-ended at a red light.

Motor Vehicle Accident

Policy Limits

Client was rear-ended causing low back and neck pain which required two separate lumbar surgeries.

Motor Vehicle Accident

Policy Limits

Client was rear-ended while stopped in traffic causing low back pain. Although the client had pre-existing back pain, we were able to argue that the accident substantially aggravated the old injury. The client recovered well after receiving lumbar injections.

Motor Vehicle Accident

Policy Limits

Client was rear-ended, suffering injuries to his neck, back, and left hip, which necessitated surgical intervention and physical therapy. The client made a full recovery. The case settiled for Policy Limits from Defendant plus an additional $18,303.00 from the client’s own insurance policy.

Motor Vehicle Accident

Policy Limits

Defendant struck vehicle in front of client’s car, forcing client off the road into a utility pole. Client suffered brain damage and memory loss.

Motor Vehicle Accident

Policy Limits

Defendant rear-ended the client’s vehicle causing neck, back, and hip pain. Client recovered after a couple months of chiropractic care and physical therapy.

Motor Vehicle Accident

Policy Limits

Defendant ran a stop sign, T-boning the client and pushing her car into a ditch. Client suffered three fractured vertebrae. Fortunately she did not require surgery.

Motor Vehicle Accident

Trial Verdict

Defendant turned in front of our client causing a head-on collision. Client suffered some neck pain and a broken wrist, but healed nicely after only two months. Jury returned a verdict that was double the last pre-trial settlement offer.

Motor Vehicle Accident

Policy Limits

Defendant ran a red light striking the client in the rear, driver-side of the client’s vehicle. Client’s imaging studies showed compression fractures in the spine. However, client was elderly with lots of pre-existing conditions. Regardless, we were able to craft a successful argument to support our position that the pre-existing conditions were significantly aggravated and made worse as a result of the collision.

Motor Vehicle Accident

Policy Limits

Defendant went left of center striking our client head-on. Client suffered from pain in her shoulders and left knee, which resolved after approximately two months of physical therapy.

Motor Vehicle Accident

Policy Limits

Defendant ran a red light and hit another car, which slid into the client’s car causing neck and shoulder pain.

Motor Vehicle Accident

Policy Limits

Client was rear-ended causing low back injury requiring fusion surgery.

Above is a non-exhaustive list of prior results and successes of Ross, Midian & Breitmayer, LLC. Past results do not guarantee a similar outcome, and RMB does not guarantee, warrant, or predict the outcome of any future legal matter. The results provided on this page are meant solely to provide information about the experience of the attorneys and the types of litigation in which our firm practices. All cases are dependent upon their own unique factual situations and applicable laws. You should consult an attorney for advice regarding your individual situation.