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18-wheeler made an illegal U-turn in front of oncoming traffic.
Plaintiff was traveling southbound in his tractor-trailer combination on a highway.
As Plaintiff approached an intersection, Defendant, who was driving his own tractor-trailer combination in an eastbound direction, entered the intersection and attempted to make an illegal U-turn so that he could head in a westbound direction.
The vehicles collided causing Plaintiff to suffer life-altering injuries.
CARBON MONOXIDE EMISSIONS
Carbon monoxide emissions from equipment being used in a home under construction caused the deaths of two adults and two minors.
Carbon monoxide emissions from equipment being used in a home under construction caused the deaths of two adults and two minors. Wrongful death claims were brought against manufacturer of the equipment and the owner of the home.
Plaintiff was rear-ended at highway speeds by a large truck due to distracted driving.
Plaintiff was driving on a highway when the truck of the Defendant crashed into Plaintiff’s vehicle at highway speeds. When the crash occurred, Plaintiff was at a complete stop due to an ongoing construction project. Plaintiff sustained catastrophic injuries in the crash, ultimately dying from the accident.
Plaintiffs were working on rig when it blew-out.
Plaintiffs were pulling and scanning pipe on a well platform when trapped pressure was released and a “blowout” occurred causing a highly pressurized spray of sand and fluid to hit Plaintiffs with about 2,000 pounds of force.
The blast had such force that it pushed one Plaintiff off the platform causing him to fall 12 to 17 feet. The other Plaintiff was blown by the blast into a corner of the platform. Both Plaintiffs suffered debilitating injuries.
CARBON MONOXIDE INCIDENT
Plaintiffs were exposed to carbon monoxide at a hotel.
Plaintiffs were staying in a hotel and exposed to dangerous levels of carbon monoxide. The dangerous gas spread from the hotel’s boiler room to their room. Because of their exposure to hazardous levels of carbon monoxide, Plaintiffs suffered permanent injuries.
Driver of company car turned in front of plaintiff’s vehicle coming from the opposite direction.
Driver of company car turned in front of plaintiff’s vehicle coming from the opposite direction. As a result of collision plaintiff suffered significant injuries to plaintiff’s ankle requiring surgery.
Oil company pickup towing a trailer ran into back of plaintiff’s motorcycle.
Oil company pickup towing a trailer ran into back of plaintiff’s motorcycle. Driver of pickup had been required to drive despite being fatigued. Driver of pickup was also using phone at time of collision. Plaintiff suffered injuries to plaintiff’s neck and back resulting in surgery on the neck.
Plaintiff was working when a condensate tank caught fire.
Plaintiff drove his tractor and tank trailer to a loading area to load condensate into his tank trailer. Plaintiff was loading in an area that was not properly ventilated. Defendants were pumping highly volatile, high-pressure condensate to the tank battery where Plaintiff was loading. The flammable vapors which had accumulated in the loading area ignited causing an explosion.
Driver of commercial box-type truck ran into the back of plaintiff’s vehicle while both were driving down the road.
Driver of commercial box-type truck ran into the back of plaintiff’s vehicle while both were driving down the road. Plaintiff suffered injuries to the neck, back and knee, and underwent surgery to the neck.
18-wheeler made an improper turn in front of oncoming traffic.
Plaintiff was traveling down a highway in a truck. As Plaintiff approached the intersection, he came to a stop behind several vehicles and a tractor. Defendant attempted to make a left-hand turn in front of the tractor-trailer. As a result, Defendant collided into Plaintiff’s vehicle causing multiple injuries.
The plaintiff’s vehicle collided with a company pickup whose driver ran a red light.
The plaintiff’s vehicle collided with a company pickup whose driver ran a red light. Injuries included back and neck injuries, and a mild traumatic brain injury. Surgery was required to address the neck injuries.
Defendant company’s van ran into the back of the vehicle behind plaintiffs causing that vehicle to impact plaintiffs’ vehicle.
The plaintiffs, two adults and a minor, were in their vehicle stopped at an intersection with another vehicle stopped behind them. Defendant company’s van ran into the back of the vehicle behind plaintiffs causing that vehicle to impact plaintiffs’ vehicle. The minor plaintiff and one of the adults suffered minor to moderate injuries; the other adult plaintiff had to undergo multiple neck surgeries.
Plaintiff was rear-ended by an 18-wheeler.
Plaintiff was a Sheriff’s Officer responding to a collision when he was violently rear-ended by an 18-wheeler. Plaintiff sustained injuries to the left side of the head, neck pain, and back pain.
LARGEST SETTLEMENT IN KENDALL COUNTY
Plaintiff was rear-ended by a large pickup truck.
Plaintiff stopped behind several vehicles, waiting to turn into a private drive. Due to driver inattention, Defendant struck Plaintiff. This caused Plaintiff to strike a large dually vehicle in front of her. Plaintiff required back surgery and neck surgery to treat her injuries.