Verdicts and Settlements
The significance of a case is not always based on the size of the verdict or the settlement achieved. When a person’s rights are upheld, justice is served.
At Lipton Law, our clients put their trust in the fact that we have a consistent history of obtaining positive and significant outcomes. Moreover, our clients are comfortable knowing that our attorneys can handle complicated claims and obtain the best settlement possible.
settlement on behalf of a national multidistrict group of patients who suffered infection as a consequence of the NECC contaminated steroid injections.
class action settlement on behalf of victims of local pain clinic, for injecting patients with contaminated steroids
on behalf of a man who suffered a stroke that the ED physician failed to recognize or properly treat on a timely basis
on behalf of a man burned by his urologist during a prostate procedure
settlement (policy limits) on behalf of a pedestrian hit in a crosswalk by a motor vehicle
settlement (policy limits) on behalf of a motorcyclist hit by a motor vehicle driven by a teenager
settlement on behalf of a widow, who lost her husband due to malpractice by a cardiologist in Northern Michigan
settlement on behalf of a young girl, who suffered a traumatic eye injury at a major clothing retailer chain store
settlement on behalf of a surviving widow, who lost her husband in a trucking accident in Indiana
presuit settlement on behalf of the estate of a man, who did not receive appropriate post-catheterization care at a local hospital
settlement on behalf of a 55-year old patient, who underwent an unnecessary bowel revision following an emergent appendectomy. The case was subject to malpractice caps
settlement on behalf of a 60-year-old disabled patient, who suffered ischemic optic neuropathy following CABG surgery. The case was subject to malpractice caps
presuit settlement on behalf of the estate of a single man, survived by an adult daughter, who died as a result of a hospital’s failure to recognize and treat an acute abdomen. The case was subject to malpractice caps
settlement on behalf of the estate of 29-year-old tree trimmer, electrocuted by a broken electrical support guy wire
settlement on behalf of a young man who suffered a traumatic brain injury in a motor vehicle accident
settlement on behalf of a 56-year-old patient, who suffered a brain hemorrhage following overly aggressive treatment of a mild myocardial infarction. The case was subject to malpractice caps
settlement on behalf of the estate of a 58-year-old patient who was discharged from an emergency department with unrecognized unstable angina. The case was subject to malpractice caps
award for the estate of a patient who suffered an anoxic brain injury due to unrecognized esophageal intubation. The case was subject to malpractice caps