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FW v ABC Insurance
FW was a passenger in a pick up truck which was struck from behind. FW
needed to undergo surgery for an injury to his spine, but was able to
return to his manufacturing job. The carrier initially offered a sum less
than $50,000, but after litigation, Attorney Futchko obtained a settlement
on behalf of his client in excess of $380,000.
TM v Jane Doe
TM was injured by a drunk driver on I-95, sustaining injuries to her neck
and back. After her first attorney tried to convince her to settle for
$10,000, TM discharged her first attorney and was recommended by others
to seek the help of Henderson & Futchko. P.A. She retained Attorney
Futchko, who was able to resolve her claim for $125,000.
Estate of JW v XYZ Insurance
JW was a teenage female passenger in a motor vehicle. The operator was
travelling in a construction zone and lost control, veering over the center
line, striking an oncoming car. Tragically, JW died in the accident, as
did two other people. One of the insurance companies paid its policy limits
on behalf of their driver. Another insurance company did not pay on the
claim, having paid out the full amount of its policy to the other two
Estates. A suit was filed against the companies involved in the road construction
for failing to provide proper barriers and signage regarding a reduced
speed in the construction zone, and also as to the driver whose insurance
company failed to pay our client's Estate. The claim settled for a
significant amount, with most of the dollars coming from the insurance
company who failed to originally pay the Estate. XYZ Insurance paid a
sum well in excess of the policy limits.
JD and TD v John Doe
JD was the operator of a motorcycle and TD was his passenger when John
Doe made an improper turn in their path. JD suffered a lacerated spleen,
a broken collarbone, and road rash with scarring over his shoulder and
left side of his abdomen. Attorney Futchko settled his claim for $150,000.
TD suffered fractures in her hands and scarring on her shoulder. Attorney
Futchko settled her claim for $250,000.
BA v Fast Food Chain
Mrs. A, on vacation from India, was visiting family in Florida. She tripped
and fell over a piece of broken concrete on the premises controlled by
a hamburger chain restaurant, suffering a broken upper arm that required
surgery. The carrier denied fault, and Attorney Futchko filed suit on
her behalf against the chain. The case settled before trial for $150,000.
EH v Local Restaurant
EH was a patron at a restaurant that had a large wooden deck outside. While
standing on the deck, a board collapsed, and EH injured her ankle and
back. It was determined she had sustained a chip fracture to her ankle,
which was removed surgically. The attorneys at Henderson & Futchko,
P.A. resolved her claim for $95,000
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