DURING THE PANDEMIC, WE HAVE CONTINUED TO BATTLE FOR OUR CLIENTS. AS A RESULT, WE HAVE SECURED SOME OF THE LARGEST PERSONAL INJURY RECOVERIES IN SEVERAL VIRGINIA AND MARYLAND JURISDICTIONS. CLICK HERE TO VIEW SOME OF OUR RECENT RESULTS.

Case Results

Over $300 Million recovered for our clients

Each case is different. Our past record is no assurance that we will be successful in reaching a favorable result in any future case.

  • $2.6 Million
    Birth Injury Resulting in Cerebral Palsy

    Maryland Medical Malpractice Attorney Settles Cerebral Palsy Case for $2.6 Million Dollars

    A baby born at a local Maryland Hospital was injured at birth due to the negligence of both a hospital doctor and mid-wife. In short, the mother's placenta ruptured while in the hospital. She was not properly monitored and, as a result, her baby lost oxygen to his brain. The baby was delivered the next morning but was born brain damaged, with the resulting complication of Cerebral Palsy.

  • $2.15 Million
    Pedestrian Accident Due to Negligent Driver

    Northern Virginia Personal Injury Attorney Settles Pedestrian Accident Case for 2.15 Million Dollars

    Our client, a mother, wife, and loved community member lost her life due to a negligent driver. The substantial injuries sustained by our client, eventually proved fatal. Our client was merely walking her three dogs within a crosswalk, when she was struck by a car. The Defendant received a citation from the police, and was found guilty in traffic court for failing to pay proper attention.

    We sued this negligent driver and sought justice on behalf of our client and her family. In filing suit for negligence, wrongful death and survival, we made it abundantly clear that this driver should be held responsible for her total failure to yield to a pedestrian, and to pay adequate attention to her surroundings. This driver’s negligence cost this family everything.

    Once the case was filed, Defense Counsel argued that our client could not recover because she was contributorily negligent, or in the alternative that this was an unavoidable accident (due to sun glare). Although there were no eyewitnesses, the Defendant pursued these theories vigorously.

    Nonetheless, we were able to settle prior to trial. After two mediations, and extensive back-and-forth discussions, we settled this claim for 2.15 million dollars.

    Case No.: 227128

    Attorneys: Jonathan Portner, Simran Rahi, Valerie Portner

    Paralegals: Sarah Sadler, Stephanie White

    The Virginia State Bar requires that we provide a disclaimer whenever discussing case results. Each case is different, and results depend on a variety of factors unique to each case. Previous results are no assurance of success in future cases.

  • $1 Million
    Pedestrian Struck & Killed by Automobile

    Plaintiff was exiting a bus on Viers Mill Road and Randolph Road when the Defendant's vehicle jumped the curb and struck her. The case was handled by Attorney, Jonathan Portner and Claims Supervisor, Sandy Horseman.

    • Funeral Expenses: $12,966.00
    • Economic Loss: $210,000.00
    • Initial offer: $750,000.00

    Attorneys: Jonathan Portner

    Claims Supervisor: Sandy Horseman

  • $1 Million
    Auto Accident Resulting in Death
    The Plaintiff was a passenger in the vehicle of the Defendant when the Defendant lost control of his vehicle and crossed over the center line and struck another vehicle head on. The Plaintiff died as a result of the accident. For confidentiality purposes the names of the parties cannot be disclosed.

    Defense claimed that the Plaintiff was only entitled to recover from the limits of the Defendant driver's policy and not the owner of the vehicle's insurance policy, which was a commercial policy.
    • Initial Offer: $50,000.00
    • Settled: $1,000,000.00
    • Medical Expenses: $37,649.49
    • Funeral Expenses :$14,378.75
  • $990,000
    Wrongful Death of a Minor Child

    Parties involved remain confidential in this contested liability wrongful death case.

    Plaintiff was the parent of a minor child who died as a result of the negligence of a nurse. The minor child was mentally challenged and required the use of a breathing tube in order to maintain proper oxygen levels. A specific order was signed by the physician in charge, requiring constant supervision, of the child and the use of proper restraints to protect the breathing tube. At some point, the minor child removed the breathing tube and subsequently entered into a coma, and ultimately died.

    The defendant nurse maintained that she had given appropriate supervision, however, discovery and review of the medical records reflected that she had stepped away from the child's room while he was unrestrained. The record indicated that a sufficient amount of time had passed for the child to suffer an anoxic event after removing the breathing tube, which ultimately led to his death.

    The case was further complicated by a state medicare lien which exceeded three hundred thousand dollars. Kevin Ruby negotiated more than a 75% reduction of the medicare bill, which enabled the case to settle.

    Attorneys: Kevin Ruby

  • $969,325
    Man Struck by Truck While Riding a Bicycle

    Location: Fairfax County, Virginia (Herndon)

    Description of accident: Client was riding his bike on Ox Road near the intersection of Ashburton Road when he was struck by a truck and knocked off his bike.

    Injuries: Client suffered abrasions to his face and left arm, road rash, left rib contusion and soft tissue injuries to his left and right knees.

    • Treatment: Clients medical expenses totaled $11,569.00.
    • Insurance company: USAA
    • Plaintiff: G.W.

    Paralegal: Pam Brown