Over the years, our firm has helped thousands of clients and we have recovered tens of millions of dollars in compensation for their injuries.
These results were personally obtained by attorney Eugene G. Bruno. These case results are real but they do not constitute a guarantee, warranty, or prediction regarding the outcome of your case. Your case result will be based on the specific facts of your case.
Our clients were co-workers at an elementary school. They were passengers in a shuttle bus on a day trip when the bus driver lost control of the bus, causing it to overturn. Without seat belts, the clients were violently tossed around the inside of the bus, sustaining severe injuries including a broken clavicle, knee injuries requiring surgery and low back injuries requiring surgery. This was a hard fought case in litigation for over a year. The case settled at mediation on the eve of trial and these clients were compensated a total of $5 million (policy limit) for their injuries.
Our client was stopped at a red light when he was rear ended by a contractor’s truck. He suffered a severe neck injury that required surgery. This case was in litigation but settled at mediation a few months before trial and the client was compensated $1 million (policy limit) for his injury.
Our client was riding his bicycle on the sidewalk in a residential neighborhood and was crossing the street in a marked crosswalk when a driver rolled through a stop sign while attempting a right turn. The driver was looking left for oncoming traffic and never saw the client on his bicycle. Despite clear liability, the driver’s insurance company fought the case and tried to blame the bicyclist for not walking his bike through the crosswalk. Although this was a low speed collision, it caused the client to fall and he sustained a wrist fracture. The case settled without litigation for $375,000.
Our client was involved in a rollover accident caused by an inattentive driver who made an unsafe lane change. The client sustained a serious wrist injury that required surgery. This case was in litigation but settled before trial and the client was compensated $325,000 for her injury.
The client was rear ended by a drunk driver who was driving a company vehicle. Our investigation located the DUI arresting officer’s body cam footage which showed just how drunk the driver was. Our investigation proved the company knew the driver had a history of drinking problems and we forced the company to take responsibility for the injuries caused by giving this employee a company vehicle. The case was in litigation but settled before trial and the client was compensated $175,000 for her injuries.
This client was 13 years old when he was hit by a motorcycle as he crossed the street in front of his school. The client and the motorcyclist were both injured. Because the child crossed the road against a red traffic signal, the motorcyclist hired an attorney and threatened to sue her and her son for his injuries. Our investigation located witnesses that stated the motorcyclist was speeding through a school zone just as kids were getting out. I got the motorcyclist’s claim dismissed and we forced the motorcyclist’s insurance policy to pay $100,000 (policy limit) which was used to establish a trust fund for the client.
This client was playing golf with friends (and they were all drinking on the course) when the driver ran the cart off the path, causing the cart to overturn. The client was thrown head first from the cart and sustained a serious knee injury that required surgery. The driver’s insurance company fought this case because everyone including the client was drinking, but we forced them to pay $100,000 (policy limit) to compensate the client for her injuries.
The client t-boned another vehicle after the teen driver blew through a stop sign right in front of the client. The client sustained a serious neck injury. The teen driver’s insurance company fought this case hard and this case was in litigation for over a year. The case eventually settled on the eve of trial for $100,000 (policy limit).