Results

CONSTRUCTION ACCIDENT: $1,750,000 SETTLEMENT

Our client, a 36-year old construction worker/laborer fell 10 feet through an unprotected and unguarded roof opening, sustaining serious back, neck and knee injuries requiring surgery. Attorneys working with Koehler & Isaacs won a $1,750,000 on our client’s behalf.

CONSTRUCTION ACCIDENT: $2,250,000 SETTLEMENT

Our client, a 46 year-old undocumented construction worker/mason, while working in inadequate lighting, was struck by a falling object and fell through a rebar deck, sustaining injuries to his shoulder, neck and back, requiring surgery. Attorneys working with Koehler & Isaacs won a $2,250,000 on our client’s behalf.

CONSTRUCTION ACCIDENT: $1,950,000 SETTLEMENT

Our client, a 27 year-old undocumented construction worker/mason fell 10 feet into an unprotected hole, sustaining a serious back injury requiring surgery. Attorneys working with Koehler & Isaacs won a $1,950,000 on our client’s behalf.

CONSTRUCTION ACCIDENT: $1,250,000 SETTLEMENT

Our client, a 35 year-old construction worker tripped and fell due to a scattered rebar. His initial injury included a fractured foot. However, weeks later, he developed significant back pain which ultimately required surgery. Attorneys working with Koehler & Isaacs won a $1,250,000 on our client’s behalf.

CONSTRUCTION ACCIDENT: $1,750,000 SETTLEMENT

Our client, a 49 year-old undocumented construction worker slipped and fell due to an accumulation of snow and ice at worksite, sustaining back and knee injuries that required surgery. Attorneys working with Koehler & Isaacs won a $1,750,000 on our client’s behalf.

CAR ACCIDENT: $1,215,000 SETTLEMENT

Our client was involved in a vehicular accident where his vehicle was struck in the rear by a small truck while the truck was backing up on a roadway. The defendant denied having made contact with our client’s vehicle, and denied having backed up on the roadway. However, the testimony established that the truck driver had passed the turn on the roadway that he needed to make in order to reach his destination, and likely was illegally operating his vehicle in reverse at the time of the accident. Our client was seriously injured and the settlement won by attorneys working with Koehler & Isaacs of 1.215 million was significantly more than the $1million insurance policy limit, with the Defendant’s truck company paying that portion of the settlement, which was above the policy limits, out of its own pocket.

ASBESTOS SETTLEMENT: $2,600,000

Our client was a 56 year-old asbestos remover. The father of five children was forced by his employer to work in a hazardous work environment without proper and adequate safety measures, which are required by law for all employees. Our client was following work orders while working on the roof of a warehouse. While he was working, the roof collapsed in and he fell to the floor of the warehouse. As a result of this negligent act, our client sustained multiple serious injuries. Attorneys working with Koehler & Isaacs secured a $2,600,000 million for the surviving plaintiff and his family.

BRIDGEPAINTER ACCIDENT: SETTLEMENT $3,800,000

Our client was a 58 year-old Bridge Painter who was working on a High Bridge renovation-repair project. He was instructed by his supervisor to install a 100 ft. vacuum hose which weighed approx. 400 pounds without the proper and adequate safety devices. Our client was struck by the unsecured hose in the head and fell from the platform of the bridge. As a result of this negligent act, our client sustained multiple serious injuries. Attorneys working with Koehler & Isaacs successfully recovered $3,800,000 on behalf of our client and his family.

CAR ACCIDENT: $1,000,000 SETTLEMENT

Our client in this case was a 50 year-old man who was struck by a car, which was used and operated in such a negligent manner. Our client was walking his dog when he was struck and propelled up and onto the hood of defendant’s car. Upon impact of defendant’s car crashing into a subway light post; our client was then jettisoned into the bottom of subway stairs. As a result of this negligent act, our client sustained multiple serious injuries and consequential damages. Attorneys working with Koehler & Isaacs successfully recovered $1,000,000 on behalf of our client.

MEDICAL MALPRACTICE: $2,400,000 SETTLEMENT

Our client was a 36 year-old New York City Correction Officer, who was married to another New York City Correction Officer, raising two children in the Bronx. She was taken by ambulance on New Years’ Eve to a Manhattan Hospital with high fever. She was initially diagnosed with dehydration and underwent exploratory surgery. However, she developed sepsis, which was not diagnosed until it had rapidly ravaged her body. She died leaving her husband widowed. Attorneys working with Koehler & Isaacs successfully recovered $2,400,000 in settlement of her medical malpractice claim, providing financial security for her family.

MEDICAL MALPRACTICE: $2,450,000 SETTLEMENT

Our client in this case was the 24 year-old daughter of a retired Correction Officer. She had a history of hypothyroidism and was taken to a Queens hospital when she had fallen ill. She remained at the hospital for approximately one day and was discharged only to return later that evening even sicker. The following day, she died due to the failure of the hospital’s doctors to timely diagnose and treat a thyroid crisis. The young girl died leaving two small children. Our investigation revealed that her death was totally avoidable had the doctors not been medically negligent. Attorneys working with Koehler & Isaacs successfully recovered $2,450,000 on behalf of her two surviving children.

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