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  • $200,000.00 A 42-year-old man was traveling on the Interstate 10 bridge in Lake Charles, LA when an 18-wheeler pushed his truck up on to the divider. Client recovered this substantial amount for an unoperated neck injury.
  • $850,000.00 32-year-old man was struck from behind by an 18-wheeler truck in Calcasieu Parish. Defendants initially argued a "sudden emergency" defense. Client required a lumbar fusion, and defendants ultimately compensated client.
  • $190,000.00 A 36-year-old woman was involved in a “low impact” automobile accident. The accident aggravated a pre-existing thoracic outlet syndrome condition, necessitating surgery. Client was able to make a substantial financial recovery for her injuries.
  • $350,000.00 A 27-year-old man was involved in an automobile accident and sustained injuries to his low back. Client had a successful surgery and recovered money damages owed to him for his injuries.
  • $1,225,000.00 A 19-year-old man lost his arm in an industrial accident. The case was reviewed by several attorneys who only saw a workman’s compensation claim with limited recovery. Mr. Hunt brought suit against the manufacturer of the machine for a defective design. Client was able to recover a significant amount of money in this extremely challenging case.
  • $210,000.00 A 45-year-old man was stopped at a stop light when he was struck by a medical transport van. Client required knee surgery and was awarded this settlement for his injuries.
  • $175,000.00 A 27-year-old homemaker was traveling along a highway in Beauregard Parish Parish when a logging truck pulled into her vehicle’s lane of travel. Although her case was complicated by pre-existing back problems and a subsequent motor vehicle accident, client recovered this significant amount for her injuries.
  • $460,000.00 A 50-year-old woman was hit from behind by a commercial vehicle in Beauregard Parish which necessitated neck surgery. Back surgery was also recommended.
  • $288,250.00 A 28-year-old man was involved in an accident with a commercial vehicle. As a result, surgery was required on his right shoulder. In spite of the limited value case law places on a shoulder injury, Mr. Hunt was able to make a substantial recovery for his client’s injuries.
  • $224,026.00 A 39-year-old woman was at a stop on Interstate 10 and was hit from behind by an 18-Wheeler. No surgery was required.
  • $190,000.00 A 36-year-old woman was involved in a “low impact” automobile accident. The accident aggravated a pre-existing thoracic outlet syndrome condition, necessitating surgery. Client was able to make a substantial financial recovery for her injuries.
  • $1,261,053.12 A 41-year-old woman underwent surgery wherein the treating physician punctured client's intestine, thereby resulting in serious complications and subsequent surgeries. The Court rendered a judgment in excess of one million dollars for client's injuries, as well as $100,000.00 to her daughter for the psychological trauma associated with her mother's injuries.
  • $225,000.00 A 46-year-old housewife was stopped at a stop sign when a dump truck at a construction site backed into her van. The woman had a successful neck surgery and was awarded this settlement for her injuries.
  • $175,000.00 A 27-year-old homemaker was traveling along a highway in Beauregard Parish Parish when a logging truck pulled into her vehicle’s lane of travel. Although her case was complicated by pre-existing back problems and a subsequent motor vehicle accident, client recovered this significant amount for her injuries.
  • $175,000.00 A 53-year-old woman was walking down the plank to a riverboat casino when she slipped and broke her left arm. Client recovered a significant amount of money for her injuries.
  • $132,500.00 A 53-year-old man was rear-ended by a commercial vehicle and recovered this settlement for his injuries.
  • $500,000.00 A 50-year-old man saw a local doctor for a small growth in his chest. Instead of doing a simple biopsy, the doctor chose to surgically remove the growth, thereby doing extensive nerve damage to client. Client recovered the maximum allowed by law.
  • $250,000.00 A 44-year-old woman was passing a farm tractor on the roadway when it suddenly turned into the path of client’s vehicle. Client sustained an aggravation to a pre-existing neck injury.
  • $132,500.00 A 53-year-old man was rear-ended by a commercial vehicle and recovered this settlement for his injuries.
  • $1,600,000.00 A 33-year-old commercial diver lost part of his foot in a commercial diving accident when a large casing was lowered onto his swimming fin. Client recovered a substantial sum in this case involving very complex liability issues.
  • $435,000.00 A 37 year-old-woman was broadsided by a an 18 wheeler owned by one of the world’s largest corporations that only hires the most vigorous and accomplished defense lawyers. Client had to undergo a cervical fusion operation.
  • $200,000.00 A 42-year-old man was traveling on the Interstate 10 bridge in Lake Charles, LA when an 18-wheeler pushed his truck up on to the divider. Client recovered this substantial amount for an unoperated neck injury.
  • $550,000.00 A 46-year-old man was stopped to make a left turn off Lake Street in Lake Charles, LA and was struck from behind by a commercial vehicle. Client had a lumbar discectomy surgery.
  • $435,000.00 A 29-year-old woman suffered injuries to her neck when she was struck by a truck owned by a state municipality. Client had no appreciable wage loss and settlement was based solely on medical bills, pain and suffering.
  • $617,402.03 After a lengthy jury trial, a jury awarded a 26-year-old woman money damages for injuries to her eye. Client was stuck by a “line drive” foul ball as she was purchasing a ticket at a baseball park. The jury found the ballpark’s design and the owner’s placement of the ticket booth to be improper. 897 So.2d 893 (La. App 3 Cir. 3-9-05)