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The Baird Law Firm resolves a personal injury claim for a client who was rear-ended by a commercial vehicle for $600,000. Although the defendant initially attempted to label the accident as low impact, The Baird Law Firm was able to establish the seriousness of the client's neck injuries and their causation to the accident through medical and biomechanical evidence.
The Baird Law Firm obtains a settlement agreement of $375,000 for a client who sustained serious back and neck injuries after slipping and falling outside of a local coffee shop.
The Baird Law Firm resolves a breach of contract case with one of the client's subcontractors for approximately forty percent of the amount sued for by the subcontractor. The Baird Law Firm was able to establish that the subcontractor breached the agreement by failing to complete its specified scope of work.
The Baird Law Firm resolves a slip and fall case against a major grocery store chain for $90,000. The client sustained back and neck injuries after the store allowed a carton of melting ice cream to sit on the floor for an extended period of time. The grocery store came under increased pressure after The Baird Law Firm located a witness who almost fell in the hazardous condition herself and described the store's cavalier attitude towards safety.
The Baird Law Firm prevails on an appeal before the First Court of Appeals involving the definition of a healthcare liability claim for purposes of Texas' medical malpractice statute. The Court agreed that being struck by a beverage cart on the premises of a hospital has no substantive connection to healthcare and does not require an expert report from a physician setting the applicable standard of care. The case, which has been assigned a preliminary citation of 2016 WL 1590658, promises to be one of the key cases in interpreting the meaning of a healthcare liability claim under the statute.
The Baird Law Firm resolves an ERISA case involving the wrongful denial of coverage on an accidental life insurance policy. Prior to suit, the carrier denied the claim on the basis that the Decedent had died due to natural causes as opposed to a head injury and offered the Widow no money. After a long battle in federal court, The Baird Law Firm secured a settlement of $110,000 for the benefit of the widow.
*** Settlement figures are expressed in gross terms before reductions for attorney's fees and expenses. All cases are dependent upon their own unique set of facts and no recovery can ever be guaranteed.