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Thomas C. Ritchie v. Speedway Sand & Gravel Inc.

PERSONAL INJURY: $1.4 MILLION Case name: Thomas C. Ritchie v. Speedway Sand & Gravel Inc. Court: Dane Count Circuit Court Case Number: 06CV2584 Mediator: John R. Teetaert Insurer(s): Cincinnati Insurance Company Plaintiff attorney: Craig A. Christensen, Habush Habush & Rottier ...

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Thomas Jandre vs. Therese Bullis, M.D.

MEDICAL MALPRACTICE: $2 Million Injuries claimed: Cognitive injuries and left-sided weakness (paralyzed left hand and weakened left leg) Court: Fond du Lac County Case name: Thomas Jandre vs. Therese Bullis, M.D. Case number: 04CV363 Judge: Robert Wirtz Verdict & Settlement: ...

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Wolters v. Mercy Health Care System, et al.

Injuries claimed: The plaintiff claimed to have suffered a neurologic injury to his upper extremity causing pain and weakness. Original amount sought: Plaintiff’s counsel requested the following awards from the jury during final argument: Past health care expenses: $96,000 – ...

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Cain v. Dr. A and Dr. E

Defense counsel’s summary of case: This medical negligence case involved claims against both a family practitioner and a cardiologist that they were negligent for failing to properly diagnose and treat the patient’s coronary artery disease, leading to the patient’s death.

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Parker v. Dr. B.

Highest offer: $500,000Verdict: No negligenceVerdict date: March 30, 2007 (This matter is presently before the Wisconsin Court of Appeals.)Defense attorney law firm: Corneille Law Group, LLC, by Barrett J. Corneille and Colleen L. Meloy, on behalf of Dr. B.; Bell, ...

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Rocker v. USAA Casualty, et al.

Special damages: past medical expenses: $135,694; past wage loss: Contested issue; plaintiff argued past wage loss somewhere in the neighborhood of $250,000-$300,000; defendant argued past wage loss was somewhere between $30,000 and $80,000; future medical expenses: $35,787; future loss of ...

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05 CV 653 Calvin v. Zahrt, et al.

Plaintiff counsel’s summary of the case: Deante Calvin was a passenger in his grandmother’s car. In a construction zone where temporary stop signs had been placed in an unusual configuration, the truck driver failed to see the signs requiring him ...

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