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Case Results

The Amaro Law Firm obtains extraordinary results and recovers just compensation each year for its clients who have been injured due to the negligence of other parties.  The following summaries of cases are for informational purposes only to summarize the type of cases we handle. Many of these cases have settled for substantial sums of money.  The summaries are intentionally brief and omit confidential material relating to the identity of the parties and the amounts of settlements.  Further, this list does not include every single one of the cases our firm has settled or tried to verdict, but only includes summaries of the more significant and recent cases this firm has handled for information purposes.  Because every case is different, we encourage you to contact us about your case for a free and confidential consultation at 1-877-892-2797.

Each case is different and fact specific. Results depend on the type of case and many other issues. We encourage you to contact us to evaluate your case with a free consultation.

If you have a potential claim arising from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, please visit www.GulfSpillClaims.com for more information about your potential claim or contact us at (855) 877-7455 (855-87-SPILL) for a free and confidential consultation about your claim.

**ATTENTION ECONOMIC AND MEDICAL OIL SPILL CLAIMANTS – We have submitted several million dollars in claims to the Deepwater Horizon Claim Center. If you are a client or potential client and have questions about eligibility or potential claim values, we suggest you immediately contact our oil spill claim team to discuss your case. We have one of the largest teams of lawyers and legal staff working on oil spill claims in the nation ready to assist you, including eligibility specialists that have reviewed thousands of claims. We have physical office locations staffed with lawyers and legal staff in New Orleans and in Alabama if you prefer to set an appointment and come in person. ***

April 2014
Confidential Settlement

The trial lawyers at the Amaro Law Firm agreed to a commercial motor vehicle accident settlement that occurred on Memorial Drive in Houston, Texas, for a confidential sum. A construction vehicle known as a “Bobcat” pulled onto Memorial Drive without any spotters, flagmen, or barricades to warn passing motorists. Our client was unable to see the Bobcat until the last second, when the vehicle in front of her quickly changed lanes to avoid colliding with the slow-moving Bobcat. As a result, our client suffered severe injuries. The attorneys at the Amaro Law Firm were able to help her obtain fair compensation in the accident settlement before filing suit.

April 2014
Settlement $65,000.00. Client netted $37,162.71 after attorneys’ fees and expenses.

Our Houston trial lawyers were able to our client get a settlement for a car accident in Brazoria County that occurred at an intersection without functioning traffic signals. Workers erected temporary stop signs at the intersection. However, a driver disregarded the stop sign and broadsided our client. The accident caused severe injuries to his neck, back, and leg. Our legal team resolved the claims for full insurance policy limits in a quick and efficient manner. The client used the accident settlement funds to pay for his medical bills and received compensation for his injuries with the balance.

March 2014
Settlement $835,000.00. Client netted $497,906.14 after attorneys’ fees and expenses.

The truck wreck lawyer team at the Amaro Law Firm was able to swiftly resolve a severely injured client’s case prior to a lawsuit being filed. Our client was a backseat passenger in a vehicle being driven by his friend and was asleep in the backseat when his friend pulled into oncoming traffic, thinking a commercial landscaping company truck was going to turn. The truck broadsided our client’s vehicle and severely injured his spine causing him to spend nearly two months in the hospital. Unfortunately, there was minimal insurance available and the landscaping company disputed liability. However, the effective representation of the legal team at the Amaro Law Firm was able to resolve the case for a sum which would provide for resolution of all hospital and insurance liens, continued medical treatment, and a trust for future economic needs.

February 2014
Settlement Insurance Policy Limits

After more than one year of litigation, the trial lawyers at the Amaro Law Firm were able to resolve a car wreck case and reach an accident settlement for the total insurance policy limits. In this case, the insurance company hired lawyers to deny that insurance coverage should apply to the wreck because the driver was not “named” in the insurance policy. The driver actually fled the scene of the accident and was later found and arrested for DWI. The lawyers were able to demonstrate that the owner of the vehicle negligently entrusted the vehicle insured under his policy to the driver who had previous wrecks where he fled the scene and was arrested for DWI.

January 2014
Verdict

The car wreck lawyers at the Amaro Law Firm tried a car wreck case to verdict in Travis County, Texas. Prior to trial, the insurance company’s lawyers had offered only $1,500.00 to settle their client’s claims for back and neck injuries resulting from a rear end accident. Our client was involved in a car wreck on Mopac Expressway in Austin, Texas in November of 2008 after an AC company dropped a piece of AC equipment in the middle of the freeway, causing an emergency situation.

As it clearly was dangerous in the way the AC equipment was being hauled in the back of the truck, another AC company truck was following in case the AC unit fell out of the first truck. The AC company trucks stopped after the unit fell out and our client was able to stop without hitting anyone. However, another driver was not able to stop without hitting our client. The impact was so hard that his vehicle was totaled and pushed into the AC truck.

The other driver settled prior to trial but the AC company refused to make a reasonable offer. The jury awarded our client a verdict in his favor which was over $71,000.00 with court costs and pre-judgment interests. The client netted $23,469.86 from both parties after attorneys’ fees, expenses, and the jury award being split by 50% for each party. The other party settled before trial.

 

December 2013
Settlement Property Damages – Pipeline Explosion

The Amaro Law Firm attorneys represented several clients regarding property damages they suffered from a pipeline explosion in their neighborhood. Our legal team and experts worked for several years to prove that the pipeline caused the damages to their homes. The pipeline company denied liability and hired their own legal team to defend the lawsuit. Each of our clients resolved their claims for property damages for fair and reasonable sums.

November 2013
Verdict– Commercial Dispute

The trial lawyers at the Amaro Law Firm tried a commercial dispute case between two former business partners. One partner incorporated a new business and allegedly stole his other company’s business to the detriment of his “partner.” After a three week trial, the jury agreed and found the defendant partner liable for his wrongful conduct.

November 2013
Verdict– Civil Dispute

In a small county court trial, the trial lawyers at the Amaro Law Firm represented the tenant in a landlord-tenant dispute. The case against landlords John Beddow and Tina Beddow was tried a to verdict. The jury found in favor of our client and awarded him compensation for the landlord’s wrongful acts, including the landlord’s withholding of money from the tenant’s security deposit to which they were not entitled.

The landlords claimed that they relied upon the representation of their lawyer, Faisal Shah. Mr. Shah testified that he never physically saw the damages and that he did not itemize all of the damages the landlords claimed in his alleged accounting of the deposit, as required by the Texas Property Code.

The jury examined evidence that included photographs of the residence’s poor condition before it was rented, testimony on how the landlords regularly kept other tenants’ deposits, and documents showing the landlords’ lack of response to basic tenant maintenance requests.

The landlords even paid their property manager, James D. Owens of the Houston Heights, Texas, $1,000.00 to testify for them. They also paid another witness to testify that some drapes suffered “heat damages.” On cross examination, Mr. Owens offered unsupportable and impeachable testimony based on his supposed experience as a property manager. Mr. Owens testified about the expensive charges he believed to be reasonable for patching “nail holes” and removing a “satellite dish”, even though he said the property was left in good and clean condition after the walk-through at the end of the lease.

The court entered a judgment on the verdict which also included pre-judgment interest and court costs. The Beddows retaliated against our client for standing up for his rights by filing a counter-suit. Their counter-suit requested over $50,000.00 in attorneys’ fees and a few hundred dollars in “extra” damages over the security deposit.

The jury disagreed with the Beddows and found that our client did not breach the lease agreement. The jury awarded the landlords zero dollars. The Beddows’ lawyer, James Bradley, also represented them in three other lawsuits they filed arising from another real estate deal. Mr. Bradley filed a motion for new trial and a motion to disregard the jury’s findings against his clients. Despite Mr. Bradley’s apparent efforts to save face with his clients in a losing cause, the Court denied their motions after oral argument, after which the Beddows quickly settled for nearly the entire judgment amount. In an ironic twist, the amount of the judgment was higher than the two offers our client made to settle his case before the verdict was rendered.

October 2013
Settlement – Insurance Dispute

The insurance lawyers at the Amaro Law Firm helped our client recover a substantial sum from a car accident settlement in Laredo, Texas. The client’s worker’s compensation insurance carrier wanted to keep all of the money for medical bills they had paid on her behalf. After months of litigation and briefing, the insurance company acknowledged that they were wrong and accepted a fair a reasonable sum to resolve their lien for worker’s compensation benefits.

September 2013
Settlement – Auto Accident

The Amaro Law Firm trial lawyers achieved a substantial car accident settlement in which two of our clients were clipped by another car that failed to yield the right away and pulled in front of them. The clients’ vehicle rolled five times before coming to a rest. The other driver claimed he had the right of way. Our legal team proved him wrong before filing a lawsuit. The case settled for an appreciable amount, which enabled our clients to pay all of their medical bills and hospital bills, as well as fair compensation for their pain and suffering.

September 2013
Settlement – Work Injury – Chemical Exposure

The Amaro Law Firm represented a group of plant workers in New Mexico that were exposed to potassium hydroxide, also known as caustic potash, a chemical used in removing organic acids and sulfur compounds in petroleum refineries. The plant workers were exposed to the dangerous chemical, causing them to seek immediate hospital care. The refinery blamed another contractor for their injuries, but the Amaro Law Firm trial lawyers proved that negligence on the part of the refinery caused their exposure. The cases each settled for a considerable and confidential sum.

August 2013
Settlement Policy Limits – Pedestrian Accident

The trial lawyers at the Amaro Law Firm represented a pedestrian who was struck by a vehicle in Downtown Houston. The driver claimed she was blinded by the sun and thought the light was green. Our client suffered severe injuries to her neck, back, and legs. After months of medical treatment, the lawyers resolved her claim for the full insurance policy limits. Although the insurance company had only offered a low ball sum at first, the client had all of the hospital and medical bills covered through the settlement and received compensation for her pain and suffering.

July 2013
Substantial Confidential Settlement – 18 Wheeler Accident – Wrongful Death.

This case was referred to the truck wreck attorneys at the Amaro Law Firm from a law firm in Sugar Land, Texas.  In a very unfortunate 18 wheeler accident, our client was a front seat passenger in a vehicle which was broadsided by an 18 wheeler on Highway 59 outside of Rosenberg, Texas.  The attorneys working on the case were able to quickly investigate the facts, interview witnesses, thoroughly research the truck driver and trucking company’s safety and driving histories, and secure other relevant evidence before it was destroyed.  Fortunately, the opposing counsel and the trucking company wanted to avoid litigation and a lengthy lawsuit so they opted for an early mediation at which time they offered a substantial settlement subject to strict confidentiality of the terms and details of the settlement.

June 2013
Confidential Settlement – Work Injury Explosion.

Our client was a hard working family man from the East side of Houston referred to our firm from another Houston law firm.  At the time he was injured, he worked as a welder for a national corporation in the auto part industry.  While in the course and scope of his employment, our client was welding when a spark from the torch ignited nearby flammable liquids and vapors in his face.  The explosion blew him back several feet and the flames burned through his gloves and face protection.  He suffered severe burns to his hands and to his face which required months of medical treatment.  Fortunately, the client healed well from his burn injuries due to following the medical treatment plan.  After several depositions and obtaining substantial documents from the Defendant in the lawsuit, the parties agreed to a mediation and were able to amicably resolve the case for fair and reasonable compensation to our client.

May 2013
BP Deepwater oil spill – Voo Settlements

The attorneys on the oil spill claim department at the Amaro Law Firm were able to resolve a $140,400.00 claim in the Vessel of Opportunity (“Voo”) settlement program for one client.  The attorneys’ fees are subject to a cap of 25% in the Deepwater Horizon settlement, so the remaining net sum was recovered by our client with very little legal expenses.   Our client netted $91,247.96 after attorneys’ fees and expenses were deducted from the grossrecovery.

May 2013
Substantial Confidential Settlement – Medical Malpractice Wrongful Death.

After years of fighting with the attorneys hired by the Defendants’ insurance company, the lawyers at the Amaro Law Firm in conjunction with another law firm obtained a substantial settlement in mediation for the survivors of a woman who died as a result of medical malpractice.  The lawyers at the Amaro Law Firm were able to prove that the surgeon should have used fluoroscopy during a procedure when a catheter was being implanted in our client who suffered from severe renal failure.  Unfortunately, it was not until a lawsuit was filed, an expert hired, and depositions of surgeon and the surviving husband and young adult children were completed that the Defendant apologized to the family and the insurance company offered a fair settlement to the family to bring them closure to this horrible chapter in their lives.

April 2013
Substantial Confidential Settlement – Personal Injury at Oil Refinery

After years of litigation against a major international oil company, the work injury lawyers at the Amaro Law Firm obtained a confidential settlement for a refinery worker who suffered severe benzene exposure while in the course and scope of his employment.  The settlement was for several times more than the outstanding and paid medical bills.  In the lawsuit, the attorneys were able to prove that the exposure occurred and that it immediately caused severe and painful effects to our client which the refinery’s operator completely ignored.

April 2013

On December 6, 2009, our client was involved in a wreck in which her vehicle was rear ended on Yale Street in Houston, Texas.   The Defendants denied liability as no police report was filed.  A lawsuit was filed and our car wreck lawyers were able to prove liability.  The case settled for a confidential sum which provided fair and reasonable compensation for our client.

April 2013

In early 2012, a young mother and her two children were rear ended in a motor vehicle accident in Fort Bend County.  The party at fault had an insurance company that refused to pay for our clients’ reasonable and necessary medical bills.  After hiring our car accident attorneys, our client was able to reach a confidential settlement with the other party and their insurance company.

March 2013

Our commercial litigation attorneys reached a confidential settlement with 4 companies in litigation which lasted over 2 years in Lubbock, Texas.  Our client had a retail clothing store which was destroyed with concrete dust from adjacent construction work in the same retail shopping center.  The dust flowed through spacing above the store and covered and ruined the inventory in our client’s store.  As a result, our client lost her business.  The defendants each blamed each other and refused to accept responsibility before a lawsuit was filed.  After deposing the general contractor, the case quickly settled for a substantial and confidential sum.

March 2013

A confidential settlement was reached for two men who were involved in a car accident on December 25, 20111 after another party failed to yield right of way when pulling out of a private driveway.  Because no police report was filed, the other party’s insurance company refused to accept liability and disputed that the two men were injured when they broadsided the other vehicle.  After hiring the car accident lawyers at the Amaro Law Firm, the case quickly settled and our clients netted a confidential sum after all of the medical bills, expenses, and attorneys’ fees were deducted.

March 2013

The work injury lawyers at the Amaro Law Firm helped a client reach a substantial confidential settlement for a client who suffered an amputation injury at a refinery in the Houston area.  The client was working for a subcontractor at a refinery near Houston.  The client did not have worker’s compensation to cover his damages and was unable to work for the employer after his injury.  The defendant tried to low-ball our client with a quick settlement before he hired a work injury lawyer by blaming him for his injury.  After hiring the work injury lawyers at the Amaro Law Firm, our legal team quickly filed a lawsuit and the Defendant immediately came to the table in good faith to reach a fair and reasonable settlement for our client in less than 6 months from the date of the amputation injury.

March 2013

The car wreck attorneys at the Amaro Law Firm reach a confidential settlement for a client who was rear ended in Rosenberg in Fort Bend County, Texas.  The other party’s insurance company refused to pay our client’s medical bills and offer her fair compensation for her injuries before our client was forced to hire a car accident attorney.

February 2013

The car accident lawyers at the Amaro Law Firm helped a client who was involved in a major multi-vehicle accident in Blanco, Texas.  Our client’s van hit another vehicle head on at 60 mph after another car allegedly rear ended the other vehicle which was preparing to make a left hand turn across the lane our client was in.  Our client suffered neck and back injuries which required substantial medical treatment over a long period of time.  The other drivers’ insurance companies blamed each other and then alleged that our client must have had “pre-existing” injuries.  After hiring the car accident lawyers, our client was able to reach a confidential settlement with both parties’ insurance companies for a fair and reasonable sum.

February 2013

The car wreck attorneys at the Amaro Law Firm helped a client reach a confidential settlement arising from a car wreck on August 1, 2012 on Highway 249 at Antoine in Houston, Texas.  The other party’s insurance company refused to offer our client a fair and reasonable settlement for his medical bills and other damages.  After hiring the car wreck attorneys at the Amaro Law Firm, the case settled quickly for a confidential settlement much more than what had been offered prior to representation.

February 2013

For nearly a year, an insurance company for another driver refused to offer fair and reasonable compensation to our client who was rear ended by their insured.  The adjuster refused to budge on their unreasonable offers which were less than our client’s medical bills resulting from the wreck.  Eventually, the insurance company came to terms and offered a fair and reasonable settlement which allowed our client to recover compensation to pay for all of her damages after attorneys’ fees were deducted.

February 2013

A client was broadsided on Bay Area Boulevard by another driver who ran a stop sign.  Fortunately, she only suffered injuries in the wreck which resulted in thousands of dollars in medical bills.  The insurance company for the negligent driver low-balled our client and refused to compensate her for her injuries and damages.  As a result, our client was forced to hire a car wreck attorney to help her with her claim.  After nearly of year of aggressive representation, our car wreck attorneys were able to reach a confidential settlement which netted our client a substantial sum after the medical bills, attorneys’ fees, and expenses were deducted.

January 2013

Our client was injured in a motor vehicle accident on January 1, 2012 after the other driver pulled out in front of our client on Main Street in Houston, Texas.  The case settled for a confidential sum in December of 2012, but the car accident lawyers also helped for another month after the settlement was reached to negotiate outstanding medical bills which were not reasonable.  The insurance company for the at-fault driver had initially refused to pay all of the medical bills but did nothing to get the bills reduced before our client hired the car accident lawyers at the Amaro Law Firm.

January 2013

Our client was rear ended on a Houston freeway on January 27, 2012.  He suffered neck and back injuries as a result of the car wreck.  The insurance company for the other driver refused to accept responsibility and our client was forced to hire the car wreck lawyers at the Amaro Law Firm to recover compensation for his medical bills and damages.  After months of fighting with the other driver’s insurance company, the case settled for a confidential sum on January 9, 2013.

January 2013

The personal injury lawyers at the Amaro Law Firm helped a client reach a confidential settlement for our client who slipped and fell on a slippery substance at a national grocery store chain location in Houston, Texas on July 31, 2011.  Our personal injury lawyers were able to prove the grocery store employees knew or should have known of the dangerous condition before our client slipped and fell.  Our client initially consulted another law firm who referred the case our personal injury law group.  Our personal injury team was able to reach a confidential settlement in January 2013.

January 2013

The car wreck lawyers at the Amaro Law Firm were successful in reaching a settlement of $30,000, which netted our client $16,774.15 after all of the medical bills, attorneys’ fees, and expenses were paid.  Our client was rear ended on July 20, 2012 by another driver in Houston, Texas and suffered neck and back injuries. Our client initially consulted another law firm which referred her to our car wreck lawyer team.  Our car wreck lawyers were able to reach this fair and reasonable settlement for our client in less than 6 months.

December 2012

The car accident lawyers at the Amaro Law Firm helped a repeat client reach a confidential settlement with 2 insurance companies for a car accident which happened on December 20, 2010 which netted the client $24,214.09 after the health insurance lien for medical bills was paid and attorneys’ fees and expenses were deducted.  Our client has been involved in a separate car accident the previous year when another driver ran a red light and his vehicle broadsided the other vehicle, thereby causing neck and back injuries.  This time, our client injured his shoulder and had minor surgery to repair the injury.  His health insurance paid for the surgery and rehabilitation.  The medical lien was several thousand dollars and the other driver’s insurance was not enough to pay for our client’s damages.  The car accident lawyers at the Amaro Law Firm were able to resolve a claim on his uninsured motorist coverage in addition to recovering the policy limits from the other driver’s insurance.

November 2012

Our client was stopped on a freeway when he was rear ended by an 18 wheeler.  The truck wreck lawyers at the Amaro Law Firm helped this client reach a confidential settlement after years of litigation.  The trucking company and its insurance company originally denied liability and focused their case on irrelevant facts which had nothing to do with their driver failing to pay attention and stop in time.  Our client was happy to reach a confidential settlement which provided fair and reasonable compensation for his injuries and damages sustained in this truck wreck.

October 2012

October 2012. $126,698.00 actual damages from verdict after a trial in Harris County on a premises liability lawsuit. Defendants never offered anything to Plaintiff before trial. Plaintiff was employed as a nanny for over 6 years when she fell down a staircase without a handrail. Plaintiff sustained a comminuted fracture near the top of the humerus of her dominant right arm. The injuries required surgery and resulted in permanent impairment to her right arm. Plaintiff sued the Defendants for premises liability, alleging that the staircase was made of polished wood with no carpeting or handrail, creating an unreasonably dangerous condition and causing her fall. The Defendants denied premises liability and that the stairs were unreasonably dangerous without a handrail. Defense counsel argued contributory negligence, claiming Plaintiff routinely used the stairs safely and may not have been paying attention at the time she fell. Plaintiff’s net recovery was $58,924.22 after attorneys’ fees, legal expenses, and medical expenses were paid out of the recovery.

August 2012

Underinsured Insurance Settlement $55,055

Client netted $32,875.64 after all attorneys’ fees and legal expenses were deducted. In this case, a young woman was recorded on a police officer’s dash cam talking on her cell phone when she ran a red light and wrecked into our client’s vehicle. We were able to recover a copy of the video with sound. After lengthy litigation with an underinsured motorist insurance carrier who refused to compensate our client for his anticipated future medical needs, the attorneys at the Amaro Law Firm were able to recover compensation for our client’s future surgery needs on his knee.

August 2012

Confidential Settlement $2.4 million. The identity of the parties and case is confidential.

The attorneys at the Amaro Law Firm negotiated a $2.4M settlement on behalf of a client who suffered catastrophic injured in a car wreck In Galveston County while she was on her way to a work meeting. The Defendants in this case were a multi-national company that hired drivers to service residential and commercial customers. In the car wreck, our client was an innocent front seat passenger in a small vehicle parked at a red light when the Defendants’ large work van blew through a red light at a high rate of speed and caused a multi-vehicle wreck. The Defendants’ vehicle hit one vehicle in the intersection before hitting our client head on and pushing her vehicle into other vehicles at the red light behind her. The collision was so violent that our client’s legs and knees were badly crushed and broken inside the vehicle, rendering her unable to walk and dependent on a wheelchair for the foreseeable future as she continues therapy and medical treatment.

Our client had over $226,000.00 in past medical bills and past lost wages of over $62,000.00 paid by worker’s compensation which had to be repaid out of the settlement funds pursuant to the lien worker’s compensation carriers have on third party recoveries. Worker’s compensation plans do not pay full rate on lost wages as the law allows the compensation to be capped. Thus, our client was forced by Defendants to live on less income even when her expenses has increased due to her immobile condition.

The attorneys at the Amaro Law Firm wasted no time in filing the lawsuit within a few weeks of our client being released home from medical care and a rehabilitation facility in which she spent over 3 months. In litigation, the Defendants did everything they could to conceal evidence which showed that their driver was over an hour late to an appointment, that they hired a driver without checking his driving records which showed over 26 traffic violations, and cell phone record which indicated their driver may have been using a cell phone when he ran a red light. In depositions, the Defendants’ corporate representatives folded under pressure and admitted they were grossly negligent in hiring and retaining an unsafe driver. Exhibiting a complete lack of responsibility, Defendants’ driver had not even bothered to take care of the ticket for running the red light in this case which hurt many people. The Amaro Law Firm attorneys pushed hard and the court heard many motions to compel Defendants to produce the evidence they unsuccessfully tried to hide. The Amaro Law Firm pushed even harder for a trial setting to get our clients justice as quickly as possible.

Client netted $1,384,369.10 after attorneys’ fees of $960,000.00 and legal expenses of $55,630.41.

July 2012

Settlement: $100,000.00

The attorneys at the Amaro Law Firm negotiated a settlement on behalf of a client who was injured by fallen merchandise at national retail chain. Our client was browsing merchandise at the retailer when he saw a small side table that interested him. The small table was located on a shelf for customers to browse. When he grabbed it, the marble top of the table fell and struck him on his head. Our client suffered an injury to his neck which required steroid injections and lacerations to his scalp which required staples in emergency treatment. Our client had health insurance through work which helped pay for over $31,000.00 treatment, but his medical insurance company demanded that if he was able to recover money from the national retailer, he must repay them for the money they paid for his medical treatment.

Fortunately, our client found help at the Amaro Law Firm. Within a short time, the attorneys at the Amaro Law Firm were able to recover $100,000.00 from the national retailer’s liability insurance company. After settlement, the attorneys at the Amaro Law Firm negotiated down the health insurance lien on the settlement funds. Our client netted $47,890.00 after his negotiated health insurance lien of $18,242.43 (it was reduced from over $31,000.00) was paid and attorneys’ fees of $33,333.033 and legal expenses were repaid.

June 2012

Confidential Settlement.

After several years of a major hospital dragging out litigation in state and then federal court, the attorneys at the Amaro Law Firm convinced the insurance adjuster for this major hospital to do the right thing and compensate our client for his on-the-job injuries. Our client was a nurse who suffered a back injury while in the course and scope of his employment at the major hospital chain. When our client refused to sign a covenant not to sue, the hospital terminated his medical benefits and terminated him under false pretenses. The lawsuit was filed in state court but removed to federal court by defendants.

In depositions, defendants attempted to continue their disgraceful intimidation tactics by asking our client for the names of people who attended his church and may know about his injuries. The defendants refused to produce relevant documents until the attorneys at the Amaro Law Firm filed motions to compel with the court.

June 2012

Major Auto Wreck. Confidential Settlement.

The Amaro Law Firm represented two young teenage men who were involved in a major wreck in Galveston County in which they were life-flighted to UTMB Galveston ER. In the wreck, the at-fault driver failed to yield and turned in front of our clients who were coming the opposite direction at about 60 mph. Unfortunately, the at-fault driver only had minimal insurance limits and no assets. Fortunately, our client had underinsured motorist coverage to help pay the medical bills, but they too had the minimal policy limits from a Louisiana policy. Thus, the clients recovered the maximum amounts of insurance available from all the vehicles involved.

Unfortunately, the medical bills for their neck, back, and internal injuries far exceeded the amount of available insurance so our clients needed help to prevent filing bankruptcy at such a young age. After several months of aggressive negotiations, the attorneys at the Amaro Law Firm negotiated down the medical bills for life flight, ER, and other medical bills which totaled over $300,000.00, down to nearly $30,000.00 total, so that the clients netted $19,896.83 from the total recovery after medical bills, attorneys’ fees, and expenses were paid. In many cases, medical bills can bankrupt people who have no way to repay medical bills caused by the negligence of others. In this case, our clients were able to be compensated and avoid bankruptcy and/or entering a payment plan to pay $300,000.00 in medical bills caused by someone else’s negligence when they hired the Amaro Law Firm.

March 2012

After months of aggressive representation, the Amaro Law Firm was able to resolve the claims of a father and his two teenage children who were severely injured by a driver who ran a red light. Their neck and back injuries required months of physical therapy and chiropractic treatment. Initially, the at-fault driver’s insurance company refused to offer fair compensation for our client’s medical bills and pain and suffering for the injuries caused by the negligence of the at-fault driver. Our attorneys were able to convince the at-fault insurance company to offer fair compensation to pay not only all of the medical bills but also compensation for the pain and suffering our clients had to endure.

March 2012

Our client was rear ended with such force that her vehicle was smashed between two vehicles. As a result, our client had months of physical therapy to resolve the neck and back injuries she sustained in the rear end accident. The insurance company for the driver who rear ended our client refused to offer a reasonable sum of money so our client sought our legal services to help her recover just and fair compensation. The Amaro Law Firm was able to obtain far more compensation for the client and resolved her case without litigation for a confidential sum.

March 2012

The Amaro Law Firm represented two gentlemen who were struck by a car with no lights on. Because they could not see the vehicle with its headlights off driving at a high rate of speed on a dark road with no street lights Oklahoma, they pulled across the farm road intersection and were struck by the other driver. At first, the insurance company for the other driver denied the claim but our car wreck attorneys were able to convince the insurance company that this wreck would not have happened but for the negligence of the other driver. The case settled for a fair and confidential sum.

February 2012

After litigation in federal court for years and an impending trial date, our insurance claim lawyers settled a client’s Hurricane Ike case for nearly 20 times the offer made to the client before he hired the Amaro Law Firm for roof damages and water damage to the inside of his home in Harris County, Texas. The insurance company was a major insurance company in Texas which had filed motions to dismiss portions of the claim which were denied by the court after considering our insurance attorneys’ briefing.

February 2012

The Amaro Law Firm settled for confidential sum a Fort Bend County claim arising from the wrongful and inappropriate groping by a masseuse at a massage parlor which is a part of a nationally known franchise. The defendant denied the allegations and the case was settled confidentially.

February 2012

The Amaro Law Firm settled a case for a confidential sum arising from a major overnight shipping company. Our client alleged he was riding his bike across an intersection in Galveston County, Texas when he was struck by the company’s truck being driven by a delivery man who was looking the opposite direction when he pulled across the intersection. Our client was dragged for several feet under the truck before the driver realized he hit someone.

January 2012

After years of litigation, the Amaro Law Firm settled a car accident case for the at-fault driver’s policy limits. Our client was broadsided at a high rate of speed in a parking lot of a college campus and required steroid injections. Initially, the at-fault driver’s insurance company refused to offer our client any money for the estimates for the steroid injections although she had estimates and was contemplating this painful and invasive procedure. Suit was filed immediately and then the at-fault driver’s insurance company tendered the insurance policy limits.

January 2012

Our client was rear ended by an 18 wheeler truck. The company was so unaccountable for its actions that it refused to even pay for the damages to the vehicle unless it could get a recorded statement from our client. Our client immediately contacted our firm the day of her wreck and our truck accident lawyers were able to recover her compensation for her vehicle and for her personal injuries caused by the 18-wheeler wreck.

January 2012

The Amaro Law Firm represented a passenger who was injured when the driver of the vehicle lost control and went into a ditch. Our firm represented the client against the driver of the vehicle who was driving without an expired driver’s license and an open container. Our car accident lawyers were able to resolve the claim quickly for a confidential settlement.

December 2011

The car wreck lawyers at the Amaro Law Firm represented two men who were violently rear ended by another driver in December 2009. The insurance company of the at-fault driver refused to compensate the two men for their injuries to their necks and backs. For two years, our car accident lawyers fought for our clients and were able to obtain just and fair compensation for them for their injuries in the wreck.

December 2011

Our client was hit by another driver who ran a red light on the feeder of a major highway in Houston, Texas. The other driver argued that the sun was in his eyes and he could not see the light. Our client suffered severe injuries to his neck and back and his vehicle was a total loss. The other driver’s insurance company refused to treat our client fairly and so he hired the Amaro Law Firm to represent him. Within months, our firm was able to recover the policy limits from the at-fault driver and also additional compensation from our client’s underinsured insurance carrier.

December 2011

Our client was walking near a gas station in Houston, Texas when a driver suddenly struck him. The driver then backed into him and then knocked him to the ground. Our client had his back turned and did not see the vehicle coming at him. As a result, our client suffered severe injuries to his body and required expensive medical care for several months. Our pedestrian accident lawyers were able to quickly and efficiently help our client recover the available policy limits from the at-fault driver and make sure our client’s medical bills were paid.

December 2011

The 18 wheeler accident lawyers at the Amaro Law Firm were able to help a man and his father who were parked in a fully loaded 18 wheeler truck and trailer on the side of I-10 highway in Waller County, Texas after having a breakdown. Before they could get out of the cab of the truck to put out safety indicators, they were struck by another 18 wheeler traveling on the highway which had swerved onto the shoulder behind their truck and trailer. A large fire and explosion occurred in which the other driver unfortunately perished. Witnesses testified that they saw the other driver swerving across many lanes in the second before the wreck. Other witnessed had conflicting stories about whether our client’s truck had fit on the narrow shoulder completely and how long the vehicle had been parked without safety indicators. The case settled for confidential sum.

November 2011

Verdict. Settled after motion for new trial filed by Defendants.

In Beaumont, Texas, our car accident lawyers tried a case to verdict arising from a wreck which occurred in September 2007 in a parking lot at a major refinery in Texas. The wreck happened at less than 30 miles per hour and the police did not come to the scene of the wreck. Although the Defendant admitted fault at the scene of the wreck, he later denied it and his insurance company hired a large law firm in Beaumont to defend him. Before trial, Defendant refused to admit fault and his insurance company refused to offer a single cent to our clients. The jury awarded our clients their entire medical bills of arising from their visits to a chiropractor and also awarded our clients compensation for nearly ten times their medical bills in pain and suffering. The case then settled for a confidential sum close to the amount the jury awarded after the insurance company’s lawyers threatened to appeal the jury verdict.

November 2011

In December of 2010, our client was in a collision with another driver who pulled into her path of travel. The vehicles were towed from the scene of the wreck and the other driver was cited for failure to yield right of way. The insurance company for the other driver tried to take advantage of our client by promising to pay her a settlement for a certain sum and pressuring her to sign a release. Fortunately, the client was suspicious and requested our firm to review the language in the release. It was determined that the release only promised to pay whatever this insurance company unilaterally deemed to be “reasonable and necessary” medical bills resulting from the car accident up to the amount they offered. After hiring our team, our car accident lawyers in Houston were able to make sure our client received just and fair compensation for her injuries and to make sure all of the medical bills were paid.

November 2011

In April of 2011, our client was in a collision with a driver who made an illegal u-turn in front of him. The impact was severe, airbags were deployed, and our client sustained disc herniations due to the wreck. The at-fault driver’s insurance carrier tendered its policy limits and the car accident lawyers at the Amaro Law Firm were able to assist the client in reducing the medical bills so that they were fully paid out of the underinsured driver’s insurance limits.

September 2011

The insurance claims attorneys at the Amaro Law Firm were able to recover six figures in compensation for a Houston client whose home was destroyed by Hurricane Ike due to excessive water intrusion caused from the damages to our client’s roof. In an attempt to put pressure on our client and his family, the insurance company had cut off his alternative living expenses and gave our client the run around about the cause of the damages to his home. The insurance company hired an engineer who wrote a report stating that the home had foundation problems and standing water under the home which caused the door jams and the interior damages as opposed to the shifting of the home from water intrusion and vibrations from the wind. After hiring our firm, we were able to recover compensation which assisted the client in repairing his home.

September 2011

After 2 years of fighting with Allstate Insurance, our car accident lawyers were able to resolve a car wreck case involving two elderly people who were struck by a speeding vehicle on the feeder of Highway 288 near Rosharon, Texas. The defense argued that their young adult driver “believed” that our clients were about to pull out from a side street, so she swerved directly into them and hit them so hard that the vehicle was knocked into a ditch. Our car wreck lawyers handling cases in Brazoria County, Texas were able to help our clients make sure their expensive medical bills were paid and that our clients were compensated fairly for their pain and suffering caused by the at-fault driver.

August 2011

The Amaro Law Firm assisted a young woman who slipped on a spilled clear substance in a major grocery store chain located in Galveston County, Texas. The woman suffered back injuries when she slipped on the substance which the grocery store failed to clean up despite prior notice of the spill. Our firm was able to recover just and fair compensation for our client without filing a lawsuit.

August 2011

In 2009, our client and his wife were traveling on I-10 near Hankerman, Texas when they were rear ended in stop and go traffic by a commercial vehicle. As a result of the car accident, one of the client sustained an injury to a disc in his spine. Both clients required expensive medical treatment which the insurance company for the company which owned the at-fault vehicle refused to pay. As a result, our clients sought legal representation from the Amaro Law Firm to help them recover compensation for their losses. After a few months, our car wreck lawyers in Houston were able to resolve their claims for a fair amount of compensation which included full payment of their medical bills.

August 2011

In November of 2009, our 3 clients were travelling on a major highway in Brazos County, Texas when another driver pulled out in front of them. The other driver had an obstructed view of the road and “thought” the road was clear. The impact was severe and violent. Our clients injuries necessitated several months of expensive medical care which costs tens of thousands of dollars. Our car accident lawyers based out of Houston, Texas were able to resolve our clients’ claims for a fair and reasonable sum once the clients had completed their medical treatment.

August 2011

In November 2010, our client was hit by a Geico insured driver. Geico refused to pay our client’s medical bills and other damages. After months of negotiations, our car wreck lawyers in Houston were able to resolve the client’s case efficiently without filing a lawsuit for a fair and confidential sum.

July 2011

On the day before trial was to start in Brazos County, Texas, our premises liability attorneys settled a case against a major grocery store chain arising from their neglect of the floral department. When our client was injured, the floral department did not have mats in areas known for frequent water spills from floral arrangements sitting on the floor. These floral arrangements were located in high traffic areas near the cash registers. The area was monitored by the florist, but by no one after the florist left for the day. During this unmonitored time, our client slipped on water from a flower arrangement and severely injured herself. She required surgery on her shoulder and months of physical therapy. It was later determined that the store had a camera which would have recorded the fall, but they had destroyed the videotaped evidence. The case settled for a confidential and appropriate sum.

July 2011

In February 2009, our client was a passenger in a vehicle which was struck by another driver who ran a red light. The police reported the car accident as “MAJOR AUTO.” The at-fault driver was cited for failure to yield right of way and admitted at fault at the scene of the wreck. However, the at-fault driver’s insurance company thought differently and a lawsuit was filed as a result. After many months of litigation, the lawyers for the insurance company were able to reach a settlement with our Houston car wreck lawyers for a fair and confidential sum.

June 2011

The 18 wheeler wreck lawyers at the Amaro Law Firm were able to recover a confidential sum of money for a client who was struck by an 18 wheeler on Highway 59 in Houston, Texas. The trucking company had denied liability and argued that our client had cut him off. After the deposition of the truck driver, it was determined that this was not true. Our client had received steroid injections in her back as a result of her injuries in the wreck. Shortly afterwards and a week before trial, the case was mediated and settled for a confidential sum.

June 2011

The car accident lawyers at the Amaro Law Firm represented two clients who were hit by another driver who failed to yield right of way and turned into them while they were traveling on a major highway. The vehicle was totaled in the collision and the clients were transported by ambulance to the hospital. One of the clients was in the process of moving to Brownsville and had to put off her plans as she lost her job because of her injuries prevented her from working. After almost a year of fighting with the insurance company for the at fault driver who did not have a driver’s license, our car wreck lawyers were able to recover just and fair compensation for our clients.

June 2011

Our car accident lawyers were able to resolve a car wreck in Rosenberg, Texas without litigation in a matter of a few months. The client was in a collision with a vehicle that failed to yield right of way and pulled in front of our client who was travelling at about 40 mph. Our client required chiropractic treatment after being released from the hospital. The case settled for a confidential sum of money.

June 2011

After years of aggressive litigation, our workers’ compensation lawyers were able to resolve a lawsuit arising from a young man who lost part of his thumb in a work injury case in Houston, Texas. After being injured and rendered useless to do his work as a forklift operator, the company fired him under false pretenses about his immigration status and paperwork despite him working there for many years. The client was able to secure employment elsewhere and the Defendant hired a private investigator to follow and secretly videotape the client going to work despite this being a non-issue. After many trial resets and two court ordered mediations, the parties were able to resolve the claim for a fair and confidential sum.

June 2011

In October 2010, our client was travelling with her minor aged daughter when she was rear-ended by an uninsured driver in Houston, Texas. The impact caused our clients to incur thousands of dollars in medical bills. Her uninsured motorist carrier Progressive Insurance refused to offer reasonable compensation. Our insurance claim lawyers were able to resolve her claims for a reasonable and fair sum.

May 2011

In September 2010, our client was in a collision on Memorial Drive in Houston, Texas when another driver suddenly pulled out of a CVS parking lot across Memorial Drive without yielding right of way. The collision was severe and caused painful spinal injuries to our client. Our car wreck lawyers in Houston were able to settle the case for confidential sum without filing a lawsuit.

April 2011

At mediation, the Amaro Law Firm was able to resolve a significant Hurricane Ike claim on behalf of our client whose property in Manvel, Texas was severely damaged by Hurricane Ike. The property had lost much of its roof and the rain destroyed the entire inside of the home. His insurance company refused to offer fair compensation and argued that it had already paid him for his damages before he hired the Amaro Law Firm. After months of litigation, we confidentially settled our client’s case for a considerable amount of money.

March 2011

After 3 years, our car accident lawyers in Houston at the Amaro Law Firm were able to finally get to trial in a case which occurred in April 2008 in Harris County, Texas. The insurance company for the at-fault driver refused to offer our client her medical bills on the defense that the wreck was “minor.” At trial, the insurance company increased their offer considerably and the parties were able to settle for a confidential sum.

January 2011

In the week before trial was to begin in Galveston County, Texas, the insurance claim lawyers at the Amaro Law Firm were able to settle for a confidential sum a major windstorm insurance company claim for a client whose home was destroyed on Tiki Island in Galveston County as a result of damages from Hurricane Ike. The insurance company’s lawyers refused to compensate our client for the loss of expensive equipment stored in the garage and our lawyers were able to recover much more what was offered during mediation.

January 2011

A major insurance company refused to make a reasonable offer to our client to resolve his claims for damages to his home and personal property located in Harris County, Texas arising from Hurricane Ike. The insurance company argued that the home was old, had pre-existing damages, and that our client could not prove the structural damages were caused by Hurricane Ike. After years of litigation, our insurance claim attorneys were able to prove otherwise and resolve our clients’ claims confidentially for a considerable amount of money.

December 2010

In September of 2010, our client was in a major automobile wreck in Galveston, Texas. The other driver was found to be at fault. However, our client’s medical bills from the hospital and from his medical care after leaving the hospital were tens of thousands of dollars. Our car wreck lawyers helped negotiate down the bills and made sure all available compensation was recovered from the at-fault driver.

October 2010

Our client was rear ended in Brookshire Texas by a AC company truck. Although the driver admitted fault at the scene of the truck wreck, she later recanted and denied fault. The insurance company for the trucking company attempted to make a defense out of the irrelevant fact that our driver did not speak English. After years of litigation and a deposition in which the at-fault driver finally admitted fault, the case settled for a confidential sum to compensate our client for the injuries to his wrist and the pain and suffering he endured.

September 2010

On the day of trial, our car wreck lawyers in Houston were able to resolve a client’s lawsuit arising from a May 2008 car wreck in Houston, Texas. The insurance company for the at-fault driver refused to offer fair compensation for her medical bills and pain and suffering until faced with the risks of trial.

October 2010

The car wreck lawyers in Houston at the Amaro Law Firm represented a young man who was rear ended by and suffered severe injuries to his spine. After months of fighting with the insurance companies for the at-fault driver, our car wreck lawyers were able to resolve our clients’ claims for the amount of the policy limits of the at-fault driver. In addition, our car wreck lawyers were able to recover compensation from our clients’ underinsured motorist insurance carrier for the amount of the available policy limits shortly thereafter.

September 2010

On the day of trial, our car wreck lawyers in Houston were able to resolve a client’s lawsuit arising from a May 2008 car wreck in Houston, Texas. The insurance company for the at-fault driver refused to offer fair compensation for her medical bills and pain and suffering until faced with the risks of trial.

August 2010

The Amaro Law Firm settled several residential hurricane lawsuits across Texas, including Galveston County, Jefferson County, and Harris County. These lawsuits included those in which the firm’s clients lost their homes or had their homes severely damaged by Hurricane Ike. At first, the insurance companies denied that the properties suffered damages from windstorm. Some insurance companies claimed that the property damages were a result of “flooding” and others claimed that the property damages were a result of the home “settling.” Even still, other insurance claimed that the roof or structure had inadequate repairs from prior windstorms such as Hurricane Rita. All of these defenses were disproved after years of aggressive litigation and settled for significant sums.

August 2010

On the eve of trial in August 2010, the car wreck lawyers at the Amaro Law Firm obtained a settlement which included the available policy limits of the defendant and the available policy limits of their client’s underinsured motorist coverage. Prior to settlement, the Defendant’s insurance company denied responsibility in this red light “swearing match” accident. However, based upon the investigation, measurements, and calculations of the wreck, Defendant’s version of the facts were shown to be impossible. Defendant’s insurance company tendered its available limits and shortly thereafter the underinsured insurance company tendered their policy limits before trial.

July 2010

The Amaro Law Firm represented 2 young men who were exposed to H2S at a large chemical refinery in Beaumont. The clients were boilermakers who worked for a subcontractor at the refinery. They were boilermakers hired to replace some valves in a line. The line was supposed to be clear but the Defendants did not make sure it was clear before our clients broke open the line. The H2S vapors overcame them and caused their H2S monitors to go off. Despite the obvious, the oil company that owned the refinery denied any H2S was released. After nearly 2 years of litigation, the large oil company settled before trial for a confidential and significant sum.

July 2010

Our client’s home suffered severe damages in Galveston County, Texas as a result of Hurricane Ike. Parts of the roof and siding were lost and the garage was completely destroyed. After several months of litigation, the insurance claims lawyers at the Amaro Law Firm were able to resolve our clients’ hurricane claim for a fair and confidential sum.

July 2010

Less than a week before trial, another Defendant’s insurance settled a lawsuit which arose from a car wreck in Rosenberg, Texas. Defendant was allegedly speeding in his brand new car in the rain. He lost control and spun into oncoming traffic at which time he struck our client and his family head-on. After first claiming that our clients should have “gotten out of the way” because they saw the sports car spinning out of control, the Defendant’s insurance company hired one of the largest law firms in the country to defend the lawsuit. After depositions and aggressive litigation, the Defendant’s insurance company changed its mind and settled the lawsuit.

July 2010

The Amaro Law Firm tried a minor car wreck case to verdict for a substantial sum. The Defendant’s insurance company boasted that no jury in Harris County will ever award damages for physical injuries in a minor car wreck like this with minor property damages and refused to “waste” their money on mediation. Cases with soft tissue damages and minor property damages (especially in parking lots) are considered some of the most difficult to try as juries oftentimes award nothing in damages for physical injuries.

June 2010

In a six day trial, the Amaro Law Firm tried a commercial hurricane insurance case to verdict obtaining a verdict in far excess of what was offered before trial started. In this trial, the Defendant insurance agent attempted to blame TWIA and Plaintiff’s bank for causing a windstorm insurance policy to lapse. After the attorneys with the Amaro Law Firm presented their client’s case, the jury thought otherwise and found the Defendant 100% liable for Plaintiff’s damages.

April 2010

The Amaro Law Firm settled a large commercial hurricane insurance lawsuit. In this lawsuit, the insurance agent failed to secure windstorm coverage for a hotel property in Jefferson County, Texas. The attorneys with the Amaro Law Firm battled against a large Texas law firm for nearly two years before they tendered the entire remaining policy limits just days before trial was set to begin.

March 2010

The Amaro Law Firm represented a young family of 3 involved in a car accident at a red light. The Defendant ran a red light and collided into our client’s vehicle. All 3 passengers suffered severe injuries and the defendant did not have insurance. Thus, the clients hired the Amaro Law Firm to represent them in their claim against their uninsured motorist coverage carrier who denied responsibility for paying the medical bills. After months of negotiating, the car wreck lawyers at the Amaro Law Firm were able to settle the lawsuit for the available policy limits and also negotiate down the hospital and medical bills significantly.

February 2010

The Amaro Law Firm obtained a settlement for a woman in a car wreck. Our client had to endure several months of physical therapy due to her neck and back injuries caused by the car accident. Prior to being represented by the Amaro Law Firm, the Defendant’s insurance company denied liability.

January 2010

On the eve of trial in a case where a client suffered multiple disc bulges in an car wreck in Sugarland, the Amaro Law Firm car wreck attorneys recovered nearly twice the amount of policy limits from a Defendant’s insurance company. Prior to settlement, the insurance company offered less than half the available policy limits which barely covered the outstanding medical bills. The insurance company hired two law firms before finally offering fair compensation to settle the lawsuit.

October 2009

The Amaro Law Firm represent a young man who was a passenger in his friend’s vehicle in Nueces County which rolled over off the side of a freeway. The driver of the vehicle in which our client was a passenger had swerved the vehicle to prevent being hit by another “John Doe” vehicle and rolled over in a ditch. Although this case was an accident involving friends, the medical bills from emergency room and resulting medical car necessary forced our client to seek legal representation against his own friend’s insurance company because his insurance company attempted to place blame on the “John Doe” driver and would not pay the medical bills. The legal representation of the Amaro Law Firm recognized the delicate situation and was able to conclude this lawsuit and settle for the available policy limits without jeopardizing the friendship of its client with the Defendant.

August 2009

The Amaro Law Firm settled a case for a significant sum for a family of 3 which were hurt in a car wreck where the Defendant’s vehicle rear ended them at a red light. At first, the insurance company for the Defendant claimed that they did not suffer any injuries and that the medical bills were too much to pay. After months of aggressive negotiations, the car wreck lawyers at the Amaro Law Firm were able to settle the claim for a significant sum.

August 2009

The Amaro Law Firm settled a case where a man in Crawford County fell through a skylight on a corrugated tin roof. The owners of the building requested him to come inspect the roof and prepare a bid to replace the roof. The owners neglected to tell him they had painted the entire roof black and also painted over the plastic corrugated skylights. The current laws require that skylights be able to withhold certain weights and also have barriers to prevent people from stepping on them.

June 2009

A young police officer was in a major auto collision in Richmond, Texas which was recorded on the police officer’s dash cam. The Defendant in this case pulled out in front of the police officer as he was driving 50-55 mph, causing the police officer to wreck in a ditch. As a result of the car wreck, the police officer suffered multiple disc herniations which required surgical intervention. After filing suit, the attorneys at the Amaro Law Firm were able to settle the lawsuit for the available policy limits for a significant sum.

Jul 2009

Settlement reached for a client who suffered spinal injuries, including disc bulges, in a 2-car accident. Plaintiff alleged the other vehicle negligently pulled out in front of him and Plaintiff could not avoid the collision. Plaintiff’s vehicle spun out of control and landed in a ditch.

Jun 2009

Settlement reached weeks before trial for a client who was electrocuted on the job while constructing a vessel at a shipyard. Plaintiff alleged that the general contractor and another subcontractor failed to provide a safe workplace.

May 2009

Settlement reached for a client who alleged his employer wrongfully discriminated against him based on his race.

Mar 2009

Settlement reached for pedestrian who was struck in the knee by a vehicle while walking in a parking lot.

Mar 2009

Settlement reached for a client who was struck by a pizza delivery person while on the job causing his vehicle to strike a telephone pole and rendering him momentarily unconscious.

Mar 2009

Settlement reached for woman who was rear ended while stopped at a red light by a driver who fell asleep at the wheel in Fort Bend County causing the client to suffer neck and back injuries.

Feb 2009

Settlement reached for a client who alleged his employer wrongfully discriminated against him based on his race and terminated him after he filed a complaint with the EEOC.

Feb 2009

Settlement reached for a client who was struck by a vehicle while riding his bicycle in a parking lot in Houston.

Jan 2009

Settlement reached for a woman who fell in a pothole on a commercial property and suffered neck and back injuries a result of the traumatic fall.

Oct 2008

Settlement reached for motorcyclist who rear ended a vehicle that had stopped on the freeway.

Aug 2008

Settlement reached for two individuals who were in a collision with a garbage truck causing them neck and back injuries.

Jun 2008

Settlement reached for a family who was wrongfully denied credit life insurance proceeds on an insurance policy for a a family member had financed a vehicle which was not paid off at the time of his death.

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