For a 52-year-old machinist who was found to be permanently and totally disabled after he was struck in the head by a board. The man sustained a traumatic brain injury which caused two neck surgeries, one of which was a fusion. Resulting nerve damage included carpal tunnel and cubital tunnel syndrome, which required surgery on both wrists and an elbow. As a result of the accident, the client also suffers from headaches, depression, persistent ringing in the ears, and the loss of taste and smell.
For a woman who sustained serious injuries while riding a motorcycle that flipped. The injuries required a permanent rod to be placed in her back.
For a man who suffered fractures of the thoracic spine and ribs, as well as a collapsed lung, when a sign company truck rear-ended his vehicle.
For a Jefferson County man who sustained a neck injury in a motor vehicle collision with an 18-wheel truck.
For a Pemiscot County man who sustained a fractured knee caused by an 18-wheeler truck.
For the family of a Jefferson County couple who died in a motor vehicle accident.
In the City of St. Louis for the wrongful death of a 45-year-old man whose motorcycle was struck by an automobile.
For a patient who lost sight in one eye due to the failure of the doctor to properly treat and follow up on a condition.
Against the State of Missouri due to care givers at the state-run Northwest Habilitation Center who failed to provide the required supervision of a 24-year-old man with significant developmental disabilities and the eating disorder pica. The neglect led to the young man’s death. The settlement was the maximum allowed by law at the time.
For the family of a patient who died while under the care of a mental-health center.