$300,000.00 settlement for a husband and wife injured in a motorcycle accident.
The lawyers at the Padberg & Corrigan Law Firm were successful in reaching a $300,000.00 settlement for their clients who were injured while riding on a motorcycle. The clients, who are husband and wife, were riding on a motorcycle in the City of St. Louis when a vehicle in front of them drove into their lane of traffic. In an effort to avoid the collision, the driver of the motorcycle “laid the bike down” on the roadway and the driver and passenger were thrown from the motorcycle.
Both of the clients sustained serious injuries. One client sustained a burst fracture in her lower back and underwent a surgical operation called a back fusion where surgical hardware in the form of rods and screws were placed into her back to help her heal.
Also, the driver of the motorcycle sustained a fractured hip which required surgery to repair the fracture.
The settlement was reached with the opposing insurance company for the $300,000.00 policy limits.
Noteworthy Car/Automobile Accident Cases
- $3,000,000.00 settlement for a Jefferson County man who sustained a brain injury in a motor vehicle accident causing him to lose his sense of taste and smell.
- $1,250,000.00 settlement in Franklin County for a 21-year old passenger who was rendered a quadriplegic in a motor vehicle accident with a drunk driver.
- $1,060,000.00 settlement for a man who suffered a brain injury when he was rear-ended by a tractor-trailer.
- $1,000,000.00 settlement for a wrongful death of an 18-year old boy in a motor vehicle accident.
- $600,000.00 verdict for a Jefferson County man who fractured his leg and hip in a motor vehicle accident.
- $500,000.00 settlement for a Jefferson County man who suffered fractures of the thoracic spine and ribs and a collapsed lung when he was rear-ended by a sign company truck.
Disclaimer: Results are not guarantees. Past results are not necessarily indicative of future results. The value of each case depends upon the facts circumstance of that claim.