Case Results

  • $1,725,000.00 rear end collision resulting in cervical fusion and fibromyalgia.
  • Rotator Cuff tear in car crash $395,000.00
  • Fractured Humerus one car crash $205,000.00
  • Trip and fall on carpet $1,700,000.00.
  • Slip and fall on pier on Fox River $880,000.00.
  • Rotator Cuff tear with cervical injury $550,000.00.
  • Federal Tort against U.S. States Post Office CRPS $750,000.00.
  • Defective Medical Product $300,000.00.
  • Loss of Thumb $145,000.00.
  • Loss of Big Toe $220,000.00.
  • Loss of partial middle finger $90,000.00.
  • Torn Meniscus fall at department store $135,000.00
  • Medical Malpractice failure to secure patient in bed $300,000.00.
  • Car Crash broken arm $100,000.00.
  • Assault and battery back injury $150,000.00.
  • Fall at Rivers Casino un-operated hip injury $250, 000.00.
  • Rotator Cuff injury $175,000.00.
  • Rotator Cuff Injury 132,500.00.
  • Domestic Battery of girlfriend $450,000.00.
  • Aggravation of preexisting hip Injury $250,000.00.
  • Aggravation of pre-existing should and back. $250,000.00.
  • Car crash resulting in Fusion 480,000.00.
  • Post-Traumatic Stress injury from hold up $88,000.00.
  • Back injury and surgery $440,000.00.
  • Food poisoning aggravation of Multiple Sclerosis preexisting condition $200,000.00.
  • Food Poisoning aggravation of Celiac Disease $120,000.00.
  • Facial Scaring female $65,000.00.
  • Crushed to death by granite $240,000.00
  • CRPS foot injury $300,000.00.
  • Represented hundreds of clients in class actions through out the state of Illinois for deceptive trade practices collecting over $1,000,000.00.
  • Represented folks in numerous food poisoning outbreaks throughout Illinois and Wisconsin collecting over $1,000,000.00.
  • $1,400,000.00 for herniated discs and aggravated degenerative conditions from a rear end collision automobile accident in Lake County, IL
  • $620,000.00 + for Post Traumatic Stress disorder claim related to a physical assault at a Cook County Hospital. The injured party had no permanent physical injury.
  • $350,000.00 for herniated disc in a 61 year old man from a lifting injury.
  • A client gets injured as a wheel breaks off a semi trailer on the expressway and strikes his vehicle traveling in the opposite direction at a combined speed of approximately 100 miles per hour. His injury is to his foot and back and he requires about $30,000 in medical treatment. The case however has a unique aspect pertaining to a birth defect. The client was born with one hand. The injury created work restrictions on a man who was already limited. He obtained a $500,000 settlement largely based upon future lost wages and the fact that the trucking company had been sanctioned throughout the litigation for discovery violations.
  • A client working for one airline at O'Hare Airport has a crate lowered down on the client's finger by another airline. As a result he had the tip of his index finger amputated just below the nail by the incident. Though the client did not have any permanent work restrictions and the client was otherwise normal, the client obtained a judgment of $135,000 with approximately $8,000 in medical bills.
  • Client had been food poisoned by a local restaurant chain. The client was in the hospital for several days as the doctors could not diagnose her at first. The client settled before trial for $53,000.00. She had no permanent injury. The restaurant chain paid additional funds to purchase the clients silence to avoid negative publicity.
  • Client purchased a business with real estate in Elk Grove and paid over $4,500,000.
  • We had a client that indicated her saline breast implants had leaked, necessitating replacement. After discussing the client's life style with the client we determined that the odds of two breast implants leaking without a physical impact were very low. Further research showed the implants were banned in the United Kingdom because the implants leaked. We are in the process of seeking a nation wide class action status.
  • A client was concerned because she never received interest on her apartment security deposit. We investigated and determined the owner of the complex was one of the largest landlords in Illinois. We also discovered they had rather unscrupulous practices with respect to return of the security deposit and we are seeking state wide class action status. We are attempting to have the law apply to all the buildings owned in Illinois. The total number of class members is in the thousands. We are utilizing Illinois Consumer Fraud Law and laws pertaining to refund of the security deposit and interest to be paid thereon.
  • A five year old client was scarred in the face by a dog bite. The girl had less than $5,000 in medical bills and we settled for $65,000.
  • Our client purchased a house with her siblings. Our client only lived in the house for a few months. She contributed only a few thousand dollars to the purchase of the property and contributed nothing further. One of her siblings forged her name on a deed that transferred title out of her name. We sued for fraud, conversion, breach of contract and quantum merit. She received over $46,000 through settlement.
  • Newland & Newland LLP, Attorneys, Arlington Heights, IL
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