Darryl Isaacs – The Hammer – and the big rig truck accident attorney team at Isaacs & Isaacs have listed below some of the important cases we have fought hard for and won for our clients who have been injured in a crash or incident with a semi truck, bus or other large commercial vehicle.
The summaries below are of the cases that have resulted in victory – with favorable verdicts and settlements for our clients. Please keep in mind that we have omitted personal names for confidentiality. You can always reach our truck accident law firm 24/7 to discuss your important case by filling out the form on this page or calling (800) 800-8888 .
Truck Accident Law Firm Case Victories For Our Clients
Below are case results reflecting settlements from truck accident cases, car accident cases and other pratice areas.
40-year-old female fractured leg requiring surgery and installation of plates and screws. Fractured eye socket requiring surgery, collapsed lung and internal bleeding. Defendant lost control of his truck and crossed over into the client’s lane.
34-year-old female – Left arm amputated. Dump truck crossed into the client’s lane and hooked onto the client’s vehicle, causing the client’s vehicle to be dragged and flipped.
Minor child – Skull fracture, bruising and bleeding on the brain. Child was a passenger on a school bus that overturned.
50-year-old male – Neck and shoulder injuries. Client was struck as a pedestrian.
69-year-old male – Fractured eye socket, had to have right foot rebuilt. Defendant failed to yield right of way to client.
16-year-old female – Died on impact. She was a passenger in a vehicle when a truck swerved to miss a semi and then hit the semi causing the semi to lose the load it was carrying onto vehicle.
43-year-old male – Serious injuries to eye, punctured lung, arm paralyzed, broken leg. Defendant turned in front of client.
39-year-old female – Head trauma, large lacerations over body, spleen and kidney injuries. A concrete truck slid in a curve and was unable to regain control and struck client head on.
40-year-old female – deceased. She had been over-served at a restaurant and was in a single car accident.
28-year-old female – Two fractured ankles two fractured legs, two broken wrists; four surgeries, jaw, nose broken. Hit head on by defendant.
17-year-old male – Severely fractured leg that required multiple surgeries. Client was pinned between a vehicle and a wall.
30 year-old male – Deceased. Farm equipment – a Combine crossed the yellow line and struck client head on.
29-year-old female – Foot and ankle shattered, bone came through skin, knee and hip injury. Required multiple surgeries. Defendant vehicle crossed the center line and struck client head on.
70-year-old female – Client suffered lung contusions, unable to walk, tracheotomy, placed on respirator, and fed through a tube. Client was a passenger in a vehicle that pulled out in front of another vehicle.
57-year-old female – Broken ribs, fractured spine, broken nose, internal bleeding. Hit by a semi truck that was backing up on a highway.
58-year-old male – Broken shoulder, broken collar bone, 6 broken ribs, 5 broken ribs, bruised lung. Semi truck merged into his lane.
38-year-old female – Product Liability case – Client took a defective drug causing her to have severe permanent heart damage.
60-year-old female crushed every bone in foot. Dump truck backing down the road and struck client who was on a riding mower.
64-year-old male – Broken leg in six places requiring surgery. Passenger in a semi truck asleep – does not know how the accident happened.
58-year-old female -Broken leg requiring surgery; fracture in lower back. Client was rear-ended by semi truck and then hit another vehicle in front of her.
71-year-old female – Broken back, both legs broken, broken ribs. Rear-ended by a semi truck while stopped which pushed them into another semi.
28-year-old female – Fractured hip and fracture leg. Driver of 18-wheeler pulled out into the path of the client.
19-year-old female – Brain damage, coma, fractured pelvis. Client was rear-ended by a motorcoach bus.
55-year-old female – Fractured facial bones, orbital surgery, plates under both eyes, shoulder surgery, fractured arm. Client was a passenger in a vehicle that was struck by a gas truck.
48-year-old female – Collapsed vertebrae. Client was struck by a tractor trailer that turned into her vehicle.
46-year-old male – Neck surgery, nose, scalp abrasions, left arm sprain. Client was struck by a big rig that caused a chain reaction crash with two other vehicles.
35-year-old female – Deceased; brain swelling, broken collarbone, three broken ribs, broken breastbone and pelvis, strokes from brain swelling. Client was stopped in traffic when she was struck from behind by a bus causing her to spin around into another lane and struck by another vehicle.
39-year-old male – Brain Injury – Client was a backseat passenger in vehicle which caused accident by improper passing.
42-year-old female – Serious internal injuries, multiple surgeries for internal injuries, fractured pelvis and ribs. Client’s vehicle was hit head-on by a truck pulling a brush chipper that swerved to miss another vehicle.
74-year-old male – Broken ribs, broken shoulder, collapsed lung, internal bleeding, was on a ventillator. Hit by a semi that ran a red light.
53-year-old female – Fractured right hand; fractured right foot, two surgeries. Defendant turned left in front of client.
52-year-old male – Stitches to head, injury to his arm, neck and back. Passenger in a vehicle that was rear-ended by a big rig causing them to hit vehicle in front of them.
26-year-old female – Client died upon impact. Large rental truck struck client.
41-year-old female – Fractured collarbone, cracked ribs, breastbone injury, dislocated hip, bruised spleen, cracked wrist, both legs crushed. 18-wheeler lost control in a curve and struck client head on.
The case settlement amounts above reflect damages awarded for victims who have suffered challenging injuries and even loss of life. Some of those injuries in these cases have included:
- Broken and crushed bones
- Fractured hips
- Bruised lungs
- Amputation of limbs
- Cervical damage
- Multiple surgeries
- Wrongful death
Be Prepared To Take Action After A Truck Crash
At Isaacs & Isaacs, we acknowledge that we cannot undo any accident. Our goal is to make you and your loved ones whole again in the eyes of the law by obtaining justice and recovery of financial compensation, known as “damages.”
Our hearts go out to all injured victims and their families, and we encourage those going through a difficult incident to contact a proven national truck accident lawyer for a free review of your case.
We encourage all injured clients to avoid delay in the filing of your claim. The deadline, known as the statute of limitations, in some government cases can be as short as six months. Be legally prepared and know your next steps to take after a truck accident.
We are ready to provide you with a free case review when you call (800) 800-8888 .