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  • A boy who was burned during a rear impact accident and for a wrongful death that occurred during the rear-impact collision.

    $4,000,000

    Settlement on behalf of a boy who was burned during a rear impact accident and for a wrongful death that occurred during the rear-impact collision.

  • A child who suffered a brain injury in a side impact collision.

    $1,000,000

    Settlement of a child who suffered a brain injury in a side impact collision.

  • A man rendered quadriplegic during a rollover.

    $2,500,000

    Settlement on behalf of a man rendered quadriplegic during a rollover.

  • A wife and mother of two children who was seriously injured during a rollover.

    $3,000,000

    Settlement on behalf of the driver, a wife and mother of two children who was seriously injured during a rollover.

  • A woman was killed during a rollover.

    $1,850,000

    Settlement on behalf of a woman killed during a rollover.

  • A young boy paralyzed during a frontal collision.

    $2,600,000

    Settlement on behalf of a young boy paralyzed during a frontal collision.

  • A young child who suffered a traumatic brain injury as a result of a seatback failure in a rear end collision.

    $3,800,000

    Settlement on behalf of a young child who suffered a traumatic brain injury as a result of a seatback failure in a rear end collision.

  • A young marine injured during a rollover.

    $3,750,000

    Settlement on behalf of a young marine injured during a rollover.

  • A young woman who was rendered a quadriplegic as a result of massive roof crush, and seat belt failure in a rollover collision.

    $1,950,000

    Settlement on behalf of a young woman who was rendered a quadriplegic as a result of massive roof crush, and seat belt failure in a rollover collision.

  • Brain damage

    $35,000,000

    Jury verdict in favor of a driver who was rendered quadriplegic and suffered brain damage when his “captain chair” broke off of the vehicle floor and his seat belt ripped in half during a frontal collision. In what is believed to be the first case of its kind, Chrysler Corporation, the manufacturer of the stock van, joined forces with The Gilbert Law Group against the van converter, the seat maker, and the manufacturer of the seat pedestal. After receiving substantial settlements from the other defendants, The Gilbert Law Group tried the case side by side with Chrysler’s lawyers against Coachmen, the manufacturer of the seat pedestal. A verdict from a Los Angeles jury sent a message to van conversion companies that the auto industry, at least Chrysler, would no longer protect them from deficient van conversion work that put consumers at risk, and that juries would hold them accountable.

  • Child who was delivered prematurely and sustained serious injuries resulting in cerebral palsy

    $6,000,000

    Settlement on behalf of a child who was delivered prematurely and sustained serious injuries resulting in cerebral palsy due to a defective seat belt restraint system which caused injury to the mother and child.

  • Frontal impact

    $3,000,000

    Settlement on behalf of a rear-seated Navy captain who sustained severe injuries during a frontal impact.

  • Jury verdict in favor of a driver who was paralyzed when he was thrown through a defective after-market windshield during a fron

    $6,500,000

    Jury verdict in favor of a driver who was paralyzed when he was thrown through a defective after-market windshield during a frontal collision. The windshield had not been properly bonded to the pickup truck. Following the verdict for Mr. Miller, the Lawyers Weekly described how Jim Gilbert’s case changed the practices of the after market windshield installation industry. According to the Lawyers Weekly: “The verdict forced an industry-wide change….” What it meant was that some 12,000 glass installers around the country had to use the safer procedure or risk a similar verdict.

  • Killed in a rollover

    $2,900,000

    Settlement on behalf of a teacher killed in a rollover.

  • Rear impact collision

    $2,600,000

    Settlement on behalf of a woman burned alive after a rear impact collision.

  • Rear-end collision

    $43,200,000

    Record jury verdict in favor of a driver who was rendered quadriplegic when her driver’s seat back collapsed following a rear-end collision. The unanimous decision was returned against the seat manufacturer after evidence showed the seat back was weak and the single-sided recliner mechanism in question was subject to failure. This is reported to be the largest civil verdict in Vermont state court. Several sources cited the potential impact of the ruling on brain and spinal cord injury claims and increased seat back strength requirements by the federal government.

  • Seat belt failed

    $17,500,000

    Jury verdict in favor of a driver who was rendered quadriplegic when her seat belt retractor failed to properly lock during a rollover accident. The case remains a record jury verdict for a product defect case in the State of Colorado.

  • Seriously injured in a car accident that occurred while on a test drive in a vehicle that the dealer failed to properly maintain

    $250,000

    Jury verdict in favor of a plaintiff who was seriously injured in a car accident that occurred while on a test drive in a vehicle that the dealer failed to properly maintain.

  • Settlement on behalf of a man who was seriously injured in a slip and fall accident.

    $175,000

    Settlement on behalf of a man who was seriously injured in a slip and fall accident.

  • Settlement on behalf of a single mother who was paralyzed from the roof crush that occurred.

    $3,000,000

    Settlement on behalf of a single mother who was paralyzed from the roof crush that occurred.

  • Settlement on behalf of a twenty-six year old woman who was paralyzed during a rollover accident.

    $6,500,000

    Settlement on behalf of a twenty-six year old woman who was paralyzed during a rollover accident.

  • Settlement on behalf of a university professor rendered quadriplegic during a rollover.

    $8,000,000

    Settlement on behalf of a university professor rendered quadriplegic during a rollover.

  • Settlement on behalf of a wife and mother.

    $3,300,000

    Settlement on behalf of a wife and mother.

  • Settlement on behalf of a young child who was burned alive after a rear impact collision due to a defectively designed fuel tank

    $9,000,000

    Settlement on behalf of a young child who was burned alive after a rear impact collision due to a defectively designed fuel tank assembly.

  • Settlement on behalf of a young girl in a rear collision.

    $5,500,000

    Settlement on behalf of a young girl in a rear collision.

  • Settlement on behalf of a young woman paralyzed when she was ejected during a rollover.

    $4,500,000

    Settlement on behalf of a young woman paralyzed when she was ejected during a rollover.

  • Settlement on behalf of two men in a wrongful death case.

    $8,400,000

    Settlement on behalf of two men in a wrongful death case.

  • Settlement on behalf of two occupants injured during a rollover accident and for a wrongful death that occurred during the rollo

    $4,000,000

    Settlement on behalf of two occupants injured during a rollover accident and for a wrongful death that occurred during the rollover.

  • Settlements against multiple defendants for the wrongful death of 4 family members.

    $4,000,000

    Settlements against multiple defendants for the wrongful death of 4 family members.

  • Settlements against multiple defendants in a case involving a brain damaged and quadriplegic driver in a frontal collision.

    $9,500,000

    Settlements against multiple defendants in a case involving a brain damaged and quadriplegic driver in a frontal collision.

  • Two children killed during a multi-vehicle accident.

    $1,750,000

    Settlement on behalf of two children killed during a multi-vehicle accident.

  • Young man who was rendered a quadriplegic as a result of massive roof crush, tire failure and seat belt failure in a rollover co

    $4,500,000

    Settlement on behalf of a young man who was rendered a quadriplegic as a result of massive roof crush, tire failure and seat belt failure in a rollover collision.