Talk is cheap. Many lawyers claim they can handle your case but do they have the results to back it up? We do. Here are just a few examples of the results we have obtained for clients:
Just a few notable results:
Pedestrian accident – $4,000,000 verdict for woman struck while walking on sidewalk
Trucking crash – $1,400,000 settlement for man who suffered neck and other injuries in semi-truck crash
Construction accident – $1,325,000 for man who suffered broken neck in construction accident
Construction accident – $1,800,000 for man who suffered injuries when crane collapsed (co-counsel Shawn Kasserman)
Car crash – $587,000 for woman who suffered amputated finger in car crash
Pedestrian accident – $496,500 verdict for pedestrian crossing busy street at night
Motorcycle crash – $175,000 for man who lost part of finger in motorcycle crash
Slip, trip and fall – $349,000 for man who slipped on food left on step
Slip, trip and fall – big verdict for mom and her son when they fall on spill Wal-Mart employee left. Clieck here: premises-liability-mom-holding-baby-falls-on-wet-wal-mart-floor
Pedestrian – $300,000 to family of a woman killed as a result of truck driver’s negligence when she was crossing against the light. Result: $300,000 (policy limits).
And hundreds more. At Dixon Law Office, our caring staff has been Making It Right for our clients for decades. We have obtained millions and millions of dollars in compensation for our clients. Call us today at 888-354-9880 and let us do our best work for you today.
VERDICT FOR INJURED WOMAN – $4,000,000
Dixon Law Office founder, G. Grant Dixon III, obtained a $4,000,000 verdict on behalf of an 83 year-old woman. The woman had left her home and was walking to the store to buy some milk. A car suddenly drove up the curb and onto the sidewalk, striking the woman. She had terrible injuries including multiple fractures to her leg and a “de-gloving” of the leg, a traumatic removal of the skin from the leg. She spent four months in the hospital recovering.
Dixon took the case over from another lawyer who was unable to make any progress. Dixon filed suit. The case claimed the driver was negligent and also alleged the car was owned by the driver’s son and that the son was responsible for entrusting the vehicle to the father At trial, Dixon argued the man passed out at the wheel and struck the walking woman The judge entered the verdict against both the driver and son. “The size of the verdict speaks to how seriously this woman was injured,” Dixon said. Dixon continued, “we were able to show that these injures were significant and that both the driver and his son were responsible for those injuries.”