The sudden injury or death of a loved one can be devastating – physically, psychologically, socially and financially. When the harm is caused by the careless or deliberate actions of another, the legal system allows you to seek compensation.
$31,240,547 jury damages verdict reduced by 55 percent for combination of comparative fault and the inherent risks of skiing. Trial Counsel for a paralyzed skier against Ski Lifts Inc. The jury returned a verdict in the plaintiff’s favor after proving that the resort was negligent in its construction of a man-made ski jump and in its failure to respond to repeated prior injuries and specific warnings by other customers. Salvini v. Ski Lifts Inc., King County Superior Court Cause No. 05-2-13652-9. The case was appealed and affirmed by Division I of the Court of Appeals. Salvini v. Ski Lifts, Inc., 2008 WL 4616708 (2008). Review was subsequently denied by Washington State Supreme Court.
$3,044,014 judgment. Represented construction worker injured in fall resulting from unsafe work site. Later filed subsequent insurance bad faith lawsuit after an assignment of interests against insurance company. Rosales-Guzman v. Spruce Hills, LLC, Snohomish County Superior Court No. 11-2-04773-1; Rosales-Guzman v. Lloyd’s Syndicate 2112, King County Superior Court No. 12-2-28503-9; Lloyd’s Syndicate 2112 v. Lasher, 2:14-cv-00917-JCC (“After incurring substantial fees and costs to defend the lawsuit, Lloyds paid Guzman the sum of $3,000,000 to settle the lawsuit.”).
$3,040,000 settlement. Represented young man seriously injured from a fall on the Riverfront Renaissance Trail along the Columbia River in Vancouver, Washington. Barnard v. City of Vancouver, et al., Clark County Superior Court Cause No. 08 2 08484-5