Feldman Shepherd attorneys secured a record-setting settlement for the family of a mother and daughter who were killed by a food truck explosion.
Feldman Shepherd secures $78.5 million verdict on behalf of a child who suffered severe brain damage as a result of medical negligence in Philadelphia, PA cerebral palsy case.
Feldman Shepherd secures $50 million settlement for families of 3 children killed by IKEA furniture tip-overs.
A Camden County jury returned a unanimous verdict against the County of Camden, New Jersey for its failure to repair a highway and guardrail that it knew were dangerous.
A jury in Lawrenceville, Georgia handed down a $30.5 million ($30,545,655.00) verdict in favor of a severely brain damaged baby and her mother who were represented by Feldman Shepherd.
Feldman Shepherd negotiates $26.1 million settlement, believed to be one of the largest personal injury settlements ever reported in Pennsylvania, for survivors of fatal tractor- trailer accident on Interstate 80.
Feldman Shepherd attorneys recover $22.4 million for a man and his wife, after the man suffered constant pain from a botched spine surgery.
Feldman Shepherd secures record-setting $20 million settlement for family whose child suffered kernicterus and cerebral palsy due to negligence.
Feldman Shepherd secures $18 million settlement for survivors of Philadelphia row home fire caused by portable electric heater.
Feldman Shepherd obtained a $16.05 million settlement on behalf of a family whose baby suffered severe brain damage at birth following a placental abruption.
Feldman Shepherd wins $16 million verdict on behalf of New York child with severe cerebral palsy caused by birth injury.
Feldman Shepherd secures $16 million settlement in federal court in an obstetric malpractice case in which the baby suffered permanent brain damage.
Feldman Shepherd secures a $15.57 million verdict for a pedestrian who was struck by a commercial truck-tractor.
Feldman Shepherd wins $15 million verdict against surgeon who rushed into surgery prematurely without telling patient of risks and then improperly set broken bones.
Feldman Shepherd secures $14 million settlement for a 68-year-old man killed when the vehicle he was operating was struck by a tractor-trailer.
Feldman Shepherd secures $13.3 million settlement for carpenter who fell at an office building construction site.
Feldman Shepherd obtains $12 million settlement on behalf of family of child with kernicterus and cerebral palsy, resulting from the negligence of several pediatricians and neonatologists during the childâ€™s first week of life.
Feldman Shepherd secures $11.8 million on behalf of a family whose baby suffered severe brain damage at birth.
Feldman Shepherd secures $11.3 million for a 54-year-old concrete pump operator who fell through an unguarded open hole at a construction site.
Feldman Shepherd reaches $11 million settlement for the family of Diane Glynn, who was killed in a head-on collision in Salem Township, Pennsylvania.
Feldman Shepherd reaches $10.24 million settlement for the family of a child who was severely disabled as a result of a negligently managed labor and delivery.
Feldman Shepherd overcome's California injury cap to secure $10 million settlement on behalf of a child with kernicterus and cerebral palsy.
Feldman Shepherd obtains $10 million settlement on behalf of a family whose son suffered severe brain damage as a result of a defendant-hospital failure to timely treat the child’s non-reassuring fetal heart rate tracings.
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