For a 25-year-old man when a tractor tailer accident resulted in a closed head injury.
For a man who had trans-tibial (below-knee) amputation as a result of a trucking accident.
For the victim of a brain injury sustained in an accident with a fuel truck.
For the wrongful death of a Jefferson County man who fell from a forklift due to the negligence of his co-worker.
For the the family of an 18-year-old boy who died in a motor vehicle accident in St. Charles County.
For an 18-year-old boy who suffered a traumatic brain injury and a fractured spine when he was struck by a dump truck while crossing a roadway on an ATV in Jefferson County, Missouri. The discovery process uncovered that the dump truck did not have proper working brakes and that the driver was speeding, all of which contributed to the cause of the accident.
For a patient whose doctor failed to diagnose an infection in the knee.
For the family of a 25-year-old woman who died after complications involving her pregnancy.
For a man who sustained permanent back injuries when the dump truck he was operating collapsed due to a defective hoist.
For a woman who slipped and fell on a wet floor at work, suffering permanent nerve damage to her right arm. At the time of the case in 2011, it was the largest recorded slip and fall verdict in St. Louis County and one of the largest in Missouri history.