A construction worker who was in the area working on a project for his employer went to dinner with his co-workers. He had several drinks then got behind the wheel of his employer’s pick-up truck. Realizing he had passed the entrance to his hotel, he attempted an illegal U-turn. As the pick-up was turning left, it slammed into another vehicle travelling in the opposite direction. The driver of that vehicle suffered multiple injuries, including a traumatic brain injury.
Results count. This is why Jaime Jackson is one of Pennsylvania’s top personal injury lawyers. Jaime has achieved multi-million dollar verdicts, which you can read about on these pages. These results show how we successfully brought closure for our clients by holding wrongdoers accountable for violating the safety rules which are meant to protect us all. If you need a compassionate, personal injury lawyer with proven experience, please get in touch.
Jaime Jackson recently settled a case against an area hospital involving the death of a child following a small bowel obstruction. The boy had been experiencing stomach discomfort and vomiting so his parents brought him to the hospital emergency room. The doctors at the hospital performed a CT scan. Based on the results, they decided to transfer him to another hospital. The child also arrived through the emergency room at this hospital, however, the CT scans performed at the previous hospital were never communicated onwards.
Read how an unsafe airbag and seatbelt system failed to protect the driver in a crash she should have walked away from. Our client was properly wearing her seatbelt and driving on a rural York County road when another vehicle struck her car head on. She was left a quadriplegic.
A Federal Jury in the Middle District of Pennsylvania has returned a verdict in favor of our client in the Amidon v. Goodyear Tire & Rubber litigation. The Plaintiff argued that businesses must provide a safe and secure environment for their customers. In addition, it was argued that Goodyear violated that safety rule, causing our client’s traumatic brain injury. The jury agreed, and, as a result, awarded $1.3 million.