Verdicts and Settlements
At Gary Roberts & Associates we are not measured simply by verdicts obtained for clients, but by the people and families that we have helped. Through our work as both attorneys and medical professionals, we have seen the devastating effects an injury or litigation can have on a person’s life and their family. A few of our firm’s most-recent matters are provided below:
$25,000,000 verdict in Federal court in 2019 Estate of Faull v John McAfee. Federal Bench trial ($5MM compensatory damages for surviving daughter and $20,000,000 against McAfee for punitive damages).
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$8.1 million Confidential Settlement for Birth Injury (Cerebral Palsy) due to Medical Malpractice.
Obstetrician’s and nursing staff’s failure to recognize and treat Gestational Diabetes and 11.5 pound baby caused severe injuries (including Cerebral Palsy) to the child during labor.
$7+ million Settlement for Medical Malpractice for Wrongful Death of a Breadwinner.
$6.1 million Confidential Settlement Negotiated for Failure to Diagnose Infection in a Pre-school Child.
Our client, a six-year old child, suffered severe spinal cord injuries that could have been avoided with proper diagnosis and timely medical care.
$1.3 million: Four-Year Old Child Suffers Neurological Injuries in Auto Accident.
A speeding semi-tractor trailer collided into a car severely injuring the young mother and four-year old daughter.
Hospital Settles $4 million Suit for Baby’s Brain Injuries Caused by Negligence During Labor.
Negligence by the nursing staff during mother’s labor leads to obstetrical emergency and brain-damaged child (Cerebral Palsy).
Nursing Home Settles Suit for Death Caused by a Failure to Monitor Victim’s Proper Blood Levels.
Nursing home failed to properly monitor grandmother’s Coumadin levels which led to internal bleeding and wrongful death.
Auto Accident Causes Significant Spinal Injuries that Results in Confidential Settlement for $1.35 Million.
On a rainy Tuesday afternoon, our client was driving from one job to another when he was rear-ended at a traffic light causing severe spinal cord injuries.