Recent Verdicts & Settlements
$17.9 Million for a Child Injured by a Ceiling Fan
A total lifetime payout of $17.9 million dollars was obtained on behalf of a child when a ceiling fan, installed in violation of local building codes, caused a serious head injury. Several medical consultants, construction experts and consulting engineers were used in the proof and development of this case.
$3.2 Million for an Injured Motorcyclist in Illinois
An Illinois motorcyclist received a $3.2 million dollar judgment for a leg injury received as a result of another motorist’s failure to warn traffic of a stalled vehicle.
$1.8 Million for the Victim of an Accident With a Drunk Driver
Referred by a local representative from M.A.D.D. [Mothers Against Drunk Driving], this settlement was obtained on behalf of the estate of a young woman, on behalf of her surviving husband and minor child. Punitive damages, based upon drunken driving, were factored into this settlement.
$1.45 Million for a Father and Son Injured in an Automobile Accident
A father and son, both passengers in an automobile driven by the sales representative of a farm implements dealership, shared a recovery of $1.45 million dollars as a result of injuries sustained in this accident. Factored into the value of this settlement was the loss of income, together with substitute employee expenses in maintaining ongoing farming operations, during the recuperation period following the accident.
$1.3 Million for a Family Injured by an Inexperienced Teenage Driver
A family from rural Wisconsin received a total of $1.3 million dollars for injuries caused when an inexperienced driver, who was tuning her radio, crossed the centerline of the highway, and collided with our clients’ minivan. The driver and her passengers, all of whom were in the same family, shared all available policy limits of $1.3 million.
$1.5 Million for a Burn Victim Which Occurred on the Indiana-Kentucky Border
A recently married husband, whose wife sustained fatal burns in a rear-end auto accident which occurred on an interstate highway bridge between Indiana and Kentucky, collected damages against the striking vehicle, a third vehicle involved in the accident and the manufacturer of the vehicle involved. Every possible avenue of recovery was successfully pursued in order to achieve this result.
$1.1 Million for an Illinois Forklift Injury
A Wisconsin woman, working in Illinois, sustained complex leg injuries in a forklift incident, while in the course of her employment. This claim was eventually resolved for a total minimum lifetime payout of $1.1 million dollars. The law office of Carlson, Blau & Clemens SC has represented hundreds of injury victims in matters which occurred in Wisconsin and other states.
$1.1 Million for an Injured Motorcyclist
A motorcycle passenger from central Wisconsin received a total of $1.1 million dollars as a result of injuries sustained in a collision with an automobile. This same client had a second accident a year later, which resulted in an additional settlement of several hundred thousand dollars.
$875,000 for a Slip and Fall in a Grocery Store
A Milwaukee man received this large recovery for injuries resulting from a slip and fall on liquid accumulating on the floor of a small grocery store, as a result of a defective refrigeration unit.
$1 Million for the Victim of Medical Malpractice at a VA Medical Center
After extensive litigation involving the testimony of expert medical witnesses from several different states, a recovery of $1 Million, plus lifetime disability benefits, was obtained for this veteran victim of a wrong-site surgery. This client had been offered a settlement of $15,000 prior to contacting our office.
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This limited number of recent verdicts and settlements represents only a small number of the large recoveries made by Carlson, Blau & Clemens SC on behalf of injured clients. Our firm has the resources, expertise and financial wherewithal to give your case the attention it deserves. Call us day or night – we can arrange to visit you at your home or in the hospital.