$1,500,000 Settlement for Multiple Fractures, Including a Broken Sternum, After Car Accident
Our client, a 70-year-old homemaker, was a passenger in a car driven by her husband when they were hit head-on by another vehicle. As a result of the crash, she sustained serious injuries, including a broken sternum and fractures to her knees and ankles. Represented by Block O’Toole & Murphy, she received $1.5 million in compensation.
Court and County
Age and Occupation of Plaintiff
Plaintiff was a 70-year-old retired homemaker
Description of Case
This was head-on car collision resulting from a cross over on a two lane roadway. Plaintiff was a passenger in the car operated by her husband.
Plaintiff sustained fractures to her knees, ankles and sternum as a result of being struck head on by another vehicle.
This case was handled by Partner Jeffrey A. Block.
To discuss your case with a qualified accident attorney, please call 212-736-5300 today. We offer free legal consultations to victims hurt in car crashes, on-the-job falls, and other serious accidents.
Broken Bone Auto Injury Lawsuits
The car accident lawyers at Block O’Toole & Murphy are experienced in litigating cases for clients who suffered broken bones after a car accident and have attained some of the top auto injury results in New York State, including $32 million and $20 million jury verdicts. Since 2012, no other law firm attained more results exceeding $1,000,000 than Block O’Toole & Murphy.
Select results for clients who suffered broken bones include:
- $32,756,156 jury verdict for a Vietnam veteran who suffered serious injuries, including multiple broken bones, after he was hit by a car
- $13,000,000 settlement for a 24-year-old client who was hit by a car while walking home at night and sustained multiple injuries, including fractures to her pelvis and humerus
- $8,800,000 settlement for a pedestrian who suffered broken bones, TBI, and other injuries after she was struck by a van
To learn more about our auto accident results, please visit our Motor Vehicle Verdicts & Settlements page.