I have handled cases across the country. I am licensed in several states, and have local counsel in many states who I trust and work with closely. Select your state to learn more:
We handle a small number of cases and work toward getting the maximum results. Here are a few of our recent results. EJ Leizerman & Associates is dedicated to helping trucking accident victims and co-counsel understand trucking law and precedent.
Case results depend upon a variety of factors unique to each case. Case results do not guarantee or predict a similar result in any future case. Some names of people and companies have been modified to preserve confidentiality.
$13.2 million verdict - March, 2012
Phoenix, AZ, Bachrach v. Covenant Transportation
description: consortium claim for mother and father of 31 year old man killed on I-10
$5.2 million verdict against trucking broker and driver - March, 2012
Oregon, Linhart v. Heyl Logistics LLC, et al.
description: this appears to be the first punitive damages verdict against a truck broker in a negligent hiring case
$2.4 million settlement - September 2011
Pittsburgh area brain injury
$4.4 million settlement - June 2011
Caudill v. Lautrec et al.
$2.6 million verdict, upheld by U.S. Supreme Court in June 2011, paid over $3 million with interest - June 2011
Battaglia v. Norfolk Southern Railroad
$1.425 million settlement - December 2010
Estate of Cxxxx v. XYZ Trucking Company
Description: Truck went left of center and resulted in fatal crash. No economic damage claimed. Settlement for non-economic (human loss).
$2.425 million settlement - April 2010
Anthony H. v. ABC Trucking Company
Practice Area: Trucking Accident
Description: Tractor-trailer went left of center, resulting in fractured leg.
$6.1 million verdict - March 2010
Stebbins et al. v. E.S. Wagner
Description: Construction company did not close access road leading to construction, leading to leg fractures and a death when a truck entered a lane that led to nowhere.
$3.3 million settlement
Multiple Estates v. Commercial Vehicle
Description: Corporate car went left of center, resulting in death of several family members.
$5.4 million settlement - 2008
Jane Doe v. XYZ corporation
$2.5 million settlement
Lauffer v. Selridge
Description: Man backed over by a truck
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