There’s a golden rule for stop signs. Stop at the sign for three seconds, look both ways, and then go your way. Usually, following this golden rule is enough, but for our clients, it was not. Another driver ran a stop sign and rammed into our client’s car, creating a T-Bone motor vehicle accident. Our clients, a husband-wife couple, were injured and came to us for help.
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Our client was rear-ended by another driver who fled the scene after the incident. As a result of the accident, she suffered multiple injuries in the neck, shoulder, and back, which were treated with chiropractic care and acupuncture, as well as an arthroscopic procedure. Uninsured motorist insurance covers injured people who are involved with a hit-and-run vehicle that leaves the...Read More
The client suffered extensive water damage to her basement and possessions from a burst water main on the street. Her homeowner’s insurance company denied coverage because the leak occurred off premises and the water company declined because of alleged lack of notice of a problem requiring attention. We discovered a case permitting recovery under similar circumstances with an...Read More
Type of Insured: Condo-owned real estate company.
Accident situation: A fall accident occurred on the site owned by the insured. Accident victim operated on arm fracture.
Result of treatment: Securing additional evidence to prove the victim’s negligence and negligence, keeping in mind that it is a winter fall accident. Negotiations based on this result in arbitration...Read More
We were defending a principal accused of making defamatory remarks about his teacher. Our client did not wish to settle. We cross-examined each of the plaintiff’s witnesses thoroughly and we successfully established that none of them actually believed the allegations. Despite the fact that the jury could have come back with damages for various legal reasons, the plaintiff lost.
We defended an insurance company covering a gasoline release valve manufacturer based on a boat explosion. There were several other defendants involved either the boat or gasoline dispensing issues. Initially, there were no witness of the explosion. However, our attorney searched out witnesses to the accident in Key West Florida and organized Federal subpoenas questioning each witness...Read More
We defended a case where a man operating a crane for dredging material for cement undercut his own support, fell into a lake and died. His family could not sue the employer by law. Instead, they sued the crane manufacturer for product liability. Song Law Firm represented the insurance company covering the manufacturer in the case. Our attorney was able to get the manufacturer...Read More
We represented an insurance company of a drum manufacturer. The plaintiff turned it on its side and braced his leg against the bottom to cut the barrel in half with a torch to make 2 containers for ice to serve cans of beer. Due to the fumes still present from the solvent which was sold in the barrel, it shot into his leg causing severe, crippling injuries. Based on our attorney’s...Read More
The 70 year old plaintiff was injured at a concert at a major outdoor New Jersey venue. She claimed the crowd was not properly controlled and that she had been pushed to the ground sustaining a broken hip. However, during cross-examination we showed her a picture of the location she said she fell and confronted her with the fact that there was a railing she could have held onto. She...Read More
The plaintiff was a 12 year old boy who suffered a serious eye injury in an afterschool program when another boy threw a rock in his direction. The plaintiff claimed there was a lack of proper supervision. However, during cross-examination we got the boy to admit that there was a counselor standing nearby at the time of the accident and that the other boy had not been throwing rocks...Read More