A 58 year old tanker truck driver developed leukemia as a result of exposure to gasoline at the Kinder Morgan Energy Partners facility in Las Vegas and died. Kinder Morgan offered only $20,000 before trial to settle the case. The trial lasted three weeks and the jury found for our client.
The defendant crashed his car into the back of a young woman dispatcher for the Metropolitan Police Department. The client had back surgery to repair a disc bulge in her lumbar spine. The verdict and award of fees and costs equaled 1.2 million.
Young women consulted with a eye doctor about LASIK eye surgery. He never informed the client he was going to perform a different surgery called PRK. He performed the elective surgery without informing her of the risks or getting her informed consent. The PRK surgery damaged her eye. The doctor refused to take responsibility and the case went to trial. The defendant doctor said the client should get nothing. The jury awarded her 1 million dollars in damages for past medical expenses, future medical expenses and damages for pain and suffering.
A young woman injured both hips in car crash necessitating surgery. The defendant denied liability but case settled for $850,000. A week before trial, the case settled.
A postal worker and his wife were visiting a business with wooden planks as flooring in Virginia City, Nevada. The wife tripped on a plank and injured her wrist and developed Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy. Many attorneys rejected the case. Mr. Marcek took it and got $750,000 in compensation.
On a windy day, a sign fell over at the Imperial Palace hitting several people. A college wrestler’s thoracic spine was injured. The Imperial Palace denied liability. The jury found the Imperial Palace liable and compensated the client in the amount of $677,500.
A doctor did not reduce a dislocated shoulder resulting in Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy in a 60 year old woman.
Elevator came to an abrupt stop at Arizona Charlies Hotel and Casino, causing a woman to fall. She cut her head, received a leg laceration and incurred $36,000 in medical bills.
A 50 year old casino worker was rear ended on Interstate 15 resulting neck and back injuries. Shortly after the case was filed, it settled.
A car turned in front of woman causing a T-Bone crash. She broke her nose and had cuts and abrasions.
A 45 year old mechanic was rear ended in Northern Nevada causing neck, back and head injuries.
A young woman walked from a concrete walkway into grass that had a depression due a retaining wall that had been damaged. The defendant made no offers. The case went to trial and the jury found for the plaintiff.
A Las Vegas tourist, while a passenger in a cab, was injured and injured her leg.
A young woman had purchased a 1956 Bel Air Coupe. As she was driving, it broke down. A local tow company towed it, but the car disappeared from the tow yard. The police did not arrest the tow company personnel, but Mr. Marcek took the case for the client who had no money to pay fees. Mr. Marcek took it to trial and got the value of the car and loss of use damages.