Verdicts & Settlements
Verdicts & Settlements
Eshelman Legal Group is committed to providing you with the most personalized and professional service possible.
At the Eshelman Legal Group, we are very proud of our proven and documented record of achieving successful outcomes for clients in a variety of legal matters including Personal Injury, Automobile Accidents, 18-Wheeler Accidents, Motorcycle Accidents, Workers Compensation and Product Liability claims. The injuries experienced in these cases include catastrophic injuries and traumatic brain and head injuries.
Whether by jury verdict or settlement, we work tirelessly to help our clients obtain the compensation they need and deserve for their injuries and financial losses. While we cannot guarantee success in every set of facts, we will relentlessly pursue justice for our clients through negotiation if possible, and litigation when necessary.
Premises Liability Cases
$350,000-Plaintiff fell at a trailer park, multiple fractures of the ankle (2018)
$85,000-Plaintiff stepped into uneven concrete at a gas station, fractured ankle (2018)
$25,000-Plaintiff slipped on unnatural ice, hairline fracture of elbow (2017)
$75,000-Plaintiff fell down stairs due to defective handrail, fractured orbital bone (2017)
$55,000- Plaintiff fell from a ladder at home, concussion and severe lacerations- (2017)
$30,000-Plaintiff slipped in vomit at a restaurant, fractured shoulder (2017)
Vehicle Case Results
$100,000-Plaintiff victim of a road rage incident (2017)
$105,000-Plaintiff was rear-ended, herniated disc (2017)
$137,500-Plaintiff was rear-ended, fractures of the spine (2017)
$100,000- Plaintiff was cut off while driving his motorcycle, suffered fractured ribs and road rash (2017)
$100,000-Plaintiff was rear-ended, fractures to hand and back (2017)
$100,000-Plaintiff struck head on, fractured ankle (2017)
$100,000- Plaintiff was t-boned, loss of consciousness and head lacerations (2016)
$175,000-Plaintiff a pedestrian when struck by vehicle in crosswalk, fractured skull (2016)
$212,500-Plaintiff struck head on due to icy roads, disc herniation (2016)
$700,000-Wrongful Death, Plaintiff struck as a pedestrian (2015)
$275,000-Plaintiff on motorcycle when commercial delivery truck failed to yield, concussion, road rash, lacerations, etc. (2014)
$100,000-Plaintiff passenger on motorcycle that lost control, fractured ribs, punctured lung (2014)
$100,000-Plaintiff on bicycle when struck by motorist, fractured leg (2014)
$575,000-Plaintiff ran off road, fractured clavicle, concussion, torn labrum in shoulder, herniated disc (2013)
$500,000-Plaintiff on motorcycle and ejected when other vehicle failed to yield, fractured femur and ulna (2013)
$600,000 – Plaintiff was involved in a motorcycle accident in which he suffered a fractured femur, fractured wrist, fractured vertebrae and ribs (2013).
$300,000 – Plaintiff experienced a fractured neck, forearm and ankle as the result of a motor vehicle accident (2013).
$300,000 – Plaintiff experienced a fractured tibia/fibula requiring multiple surgeries as the result of a motor vehicle accident (2012).
$100,000 – The plaintiff suffered a fractured leg and fractured shoulder when struck in a crosswalk (2012).
$250,000 – Plaintiff experienced two fractured legs and a collapsed lung when struck by defendant texting while driving (2011).
$428,979 – Fatality when Plaintiff’s motorcycle was struck by a semi-tractor trailer (2007).
$250,000 – A child experienced serious head trauma as the result of being run over while chasing after a dog in a driveway (2007).
$270,000 – Plaintiff experienced a shattered ankle requiring multiple surgeries as the result of a motor vehicle accident (2006).
$170,000 – The plaintiff suffered 15 broken ribs, a punctured lung, cracked tail-bone, broken pelvis and neck injuries as the result of a motor vehicle accident (2006).
$250,000 – A child was born premature as the result of a motor vehicle accident (2005).
$350,000 – Plaintiff experienced thorasic sprains in the upper/lower back as the results of a motor vehicle accident (2004).
$150,000 – The plaintiff was a passenger in a car when it was rear ended and pushed into a 3rd vehicle. The client suffered a herniated lumbar disc, shoulder strain, lacerations and leg scarring (2004).
$137,500 – The plaintiff was hit by a drunk driver and suffered a fractured elbow, knee surgery and back injury (2004).
$250,000 – Plaintiff was a pedestrian and experienced a fractured ankle when a motor vehicle backed into him (2003).
$262,500 – Plaintiff experienced a fractured pelvis, fractured vertebrae, broken teeth, herniated disk, brain hemorrhage and fractured ribs as the result of a motor vehicle accident (2003).
$242,500 – Plaintiff experienced fractured cervical vertebrae, requiring multiple surgeries, as the result of a motor vehicle accident (2002).
$400,000 – Plaintiff sustained a fractured arm and fractured pelvis that required surgery as a result of the defendant going the wrong way on a one way street (2002).
$100,000 – The client suffered a fractured tibia/fibula as the result of a pedestrian motor vehicle accident hit and run (2002).
$200,000 – Plaintiff experienced a fractured ankle, fractured femur, and closed head injury when a go-cart came into the roadway causing a head-on collision (2001).
$120,000 – Faulty replacement of motorcycle handlebars caused the plaintiff to crash. The client suffered a fractured right ankle, with eventual surgical amputation of the right leg below the knee (2001).
$815,000 – Fatality when Plaintiff was a passenger in an at-fault vehicle that lost control and rolled over (2000).
$515,000 – Plaintiff experienced a closed head injury with brain damage, in addition to a fractured jaw in three places that required surgery to replace bottom teeth with implants (1998).
$100,000 – The client was involved in a motor vehicle accident and suffered a severe closed head injury, fractured facial bones and a fractured humorous (1998).
$110,000 – The client suffered a fractured and dislocated hip, facial lacerations, and torn left knee ligament which required surgery as the result of a motor vehicle accident (1997).
$450,000 – Plaintiff’s vehicle was rear ended by a transit bus, which caused a herniated disc with permanency (1996).
$250,000 – The plaintiff was a passenger in a vehicle when struck from behind by a semi-tractor trailer. Injuries included a closed head injury, fractured ribs, internal injuries and serious emotional distress (1996).
$550,000 – Plaintiff was injured when a semi-tractor trailer collided with a passenger car on the expressway (1993).
There are many more case results, we have listed a few from over the past 25 years.
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Over 40 Years
The Eshelman Legal Group is experienced in personal injury law and has been helping injured victims for over 40 years. Our professional lawyers understand so thoroughly this important area of law that we have proven consistency in producing top settlements for our clients throughout northeastern Ohio.
Personal injury law includes large areas like medical malpractice, workers compensation, truck, motorcycle and bus accidents, but also covers injuries from hazardous products or dangerous side effects or even death from the use of recalled drugs.
Areas of Practice
- Auto Accidents
- Motorcycle Accidents
- Dog Bites
- Slip & Fall Injury
- Personal Injury
- Wrongful Death
- Truck Accidents
- Workers Compensation
- Medical Malpractice
- Spinal Cord Injury
- Traumatic Brain Injury
- Trans-Vaginal Mesh
- Distracted Driving Injury
- Fatigued Driving Injury
- Bus Accidents
- Defective Products
- Hazardous Products
- Mass Tort Drug Litigation
- Nursing Home Abuse
- Pesticide Injury
- Product Liability
The disadvantage of trying to negotiate a case or claim yourself is that you don’t have anyone between you and the insurance adjuster. When we represent you in a case, we insulate you from making statements to people and companies whose main goal is to minimize or defeat your claim.
The insurance company will attempt to minimize your injury. As a former adjuster, my sole purpose was to gain the confidence of an injured person, and try to settle their case for as little money as possible. Although that often times made me uncomfortable, that was my job, and that’s the job of the adjusters who will come out and talk to you. They’re going to be very nice to you, they’re going to indicate they’ll take good care of you, but we believe that is disingenuous.
Ask yourself this question, who does the adjuster work for? The adjuster works for the insurance company, they don’t work for you.