Results for our clients in 2018
$11,250,000.00 for the parents of a 15-year-old passenger killed when a distracted semi-truck driver hit the car in which he was riding at full highway speed.
$4,675,000.00 for the care and damages of a permanently injured child who was not properly secured from a dangerous amateur zip line at a summer camp.
$1,000,000.00 policy limits result for a woman who suffered a skull fracture and spinal cord injury from a five-vehicle crash caused by a semi-truck driver.
Insurance policy limits for the surviving son a Seattle pedestrian who was struck and killed by a drunk driver, while in a crosswalk.
A confidential case settlement for the children of a truck driver who died when he was run over by a semi-truck in Washington, while assisting another truck driver park her semi-truck.
Off-tracking: how rear truck tires can crush pedestrians
Confidential settlement for a young woman who died from carbon monoxide poisoning in a house where the furnace pipes were incorrectly installed. A young life lost to an invisible killer.
A full policy limits settlement for the spouse and two children of a young woman who was hit and killed in a Seattle crosswalk.
Kevin Coluccio’s case results
$8,800,000 settlement after the negligent supervision of a parolee by the Department of Corrections resulted in the rape and murder of one victim, and the assault of another.
$8,500,000 settlement for a brain injury caused by anesthesia during an outpatient surgery.
$7,000,000 policy limits settlement for the quadriplegic spinal cord injury of a laborer, paralyzed as a result of a fall at a job site while building open range fence.
$7,000,000 result for a seriously burned student injured in a truck crash caused by a distracted driver.
$3,700,000 settlement for the family of a 46-year-old airline pilot after a truck turned left in front of his motorcycle, resulting in his death.
$3,225,000 settlement for permanent spinal cord injuries sustained in a single-engine plane crash caused by failure to maintain a carburetor.
$3,150,000 settlement for a family injured when a semi-truck and double trailer crossed the center line and hit their vehicle head-on.
$3,000,000 result for a woman severely burned by a post-collision gasoline fire in a motor vehicle crash.
$2,940,000 judgment and settlement, including interest, attorney fees and bad faith damages, for a wrongful death case after a woman was hit by a runaway dump truck trailer.
$2,850,000 (CDN) result for a woman who suffered a traumatic brain injury and facial fractures in a Canadian motor vehicle crash when the passenger air bag did not deploy.
$2,835,000 settlement for a plumber who was permanently injured after a 40-foot drop through damaged, rotting floorboards.
$2,700,000 settlement for the deaths of two minor children who were passengers in a vehicle that rear-ended a truck that had stopped in the road.
$2,400,000 settlement for a construction accident injury, when a laborer had his right leg amputated below the knee because the general contractor failed to provide guardrails for the scaffolding.
$2,250,000 settlement for a seriously injured 69-year-old pedestrian, hit in a crosswalk where the warning lights were not working.
$2,200,000 settlement for a construction injury, when the failure to provide a safe workplace resulted in a roofer’s fall rendering him a paraplegic.
$2,100,000 policy limits partial settlement for a 12-year-old who sustained permanent brain damage after being hit by a van while crossing the street in an unmarked crosswalk.
$2,000,000 settlement against the manufacturer and school district for defects in a goalpost which fell on a student, resulting in significant traumatic brain injury.
$1,850,000 policy limits settlement for the death of a 62-year-old University of Washington professor after the vehicle was struck by a load of logs that fell off a commercial truck.
$1,525,000 settlement for a child with a closed head injury resulting from a motor vehicle crash when a truck barreled into a car.
$1,500,000 settlement for negligent hiring and supervision after a disabled nursing home patient was raped by a nurse’s assistant.
$1,500,000 policy limits settlement for a college student who suffered a closed head injury in an auto crash.
$1,500,000 policy limits settlement for a child who lost most of her kidney function as a result of a car crash.
$1,250,000 result for the wrongful death of a child on a bicycle struck by a police vehicle.
$1,250,000 result for the family of a woman whose delayed diagnosis of oral cancer resulted in death.
$1,033,000 verdict for a severe right foot fracture requiring fusion and fixation surgery with hardware, resulting from a structure collapse.
$1,025,000 policy limits settlement with a trucking company and others for wrongful death when a husband and father was killed by semi-truck and trailer while he was helping others in a disabled vehicle.
$1,012,500 result for a woman who suffered a skull fracture and spinal cord injury from a five-vehicle crash caused by a semi-truck driver.
$1,000,000 policy limits result for a child severely burned by fireworks that were improperly stored near an ignition source.
$1,000,000 settlement for the wrongful death of an eleven-month-old baby, after medical personnel failed to follow up on a radiology report recommending further studies would have shown a cyst in the small bowel; the perforation at the site of the cyst resulted in death.
$1,000,000 settlement after a 17-year-old delinquent ward of a Tribe that failed to properly supervise and monitor his actions, raped a mother of three.
A class action settlement for the benefit of a nationwide class of consumers for $132,500,000.
A class action verdict for the benefit of thousands of Western Washington consumers; a Breach of Warranty and Consumer Protection Act violation case for defects in clear coatings for exterior wood surface that promoted rather than prevented growth of mildew. The nine class representatives received verdicts from a low of $24,000 to a high of $97,000. Applied to the entire class, the case resulted in a settlement of $67,500,000.
Please Note: Past success is not an indication of future results. Every case is different, and regardless of what others may say about what a case is worth, each case must be evaluated on its own facts and circumstances as they apply to the law. The valuation of a case depends on the facts, the injuries, the jurisdiction, the venue, the witnesses, the parties and the testimony, among other factors. Additionally, no representation is made that the quality of the legal services to be performed is greater than the quality of legal services performed by other lawyers.