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Stewart Casper Verdict & Settlement Cases

Stewart Casper

$2 Million Defective Stairs – Traumatic Brain Injury and Fractured Shoulder in Fall on Attic Stairs without Handrail at Noah Webster House in West Hartford, CT.

$3.24 Million Jury Verdict – Slip & Fall Resulting in Traumatic Brain Injury


$4.1 Million Settlement “In-Trial” – Sleepy Driver Causes Late Diagnosed Traumatic Brain Injury

Fortunately for Yelena Shulman, formerly of Trumbull and more recently a California resident, when her Volvo was destroyed by an SUV driven on the wrong side of the road driven by Stamford’s Theresa Vanech in February 2013, she found her way to representation by Stewart Casper. While Ms. Shulman’s initial care at Greenwich Hospital did not include a diagnosis of a concussion or even her severe nasal fracture (it is scary how much can be missed during an emergency room assessment), she was diagnosed with a post-concussion syndrome by her PCP.

Shulman’s injuries included a seizure disorder, persistent headaches, cognitive slowing, and an injury to her dominant elbow that required surgery. Complicating Shulman’s case was her 2015 relocation to California because of her husband’s employment status. Nonetheless, Casper’s nationwide contacts with trial lawyers handling brain injury cases facilitated a seamless transition to California-based experts to obtain state-of-the-science advanced neuroimaging that corroborated the traumatic brain injury.

Allstate thought it could shove Shulman and her attorney and force a reduction of the demanded insurance policy limits – risking a punitive damage verdict against Vanech. In the end, with one California based plaintiff’s expert in the air flying to JFK International Airport, Shulman elected to accept the policy limit offer. Judge Kenneth Povadator received the details of the settlement “on the record,” and the jury was discharged.


$2.3 Million Jury Verdict – Slip & Fall Resulting in Concussion and Post-Traumatic Migraine Headache


$5.1 Million Settlement after Evidence for Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (February 2016)


$2.6 Million Settlement for Brain Injury & CRPS after Casper Solves the Mystery


$2.6 Million Jury Verdict for Darien, CT Woman Injured by Large Dog


Severe Spinal Cord Injury – Quadriplegia – $8 Million Present Value to Yield $20 Million in Payments


Moderate Acquired Brain Injury Claim Settles for $1,850,000


Moderate Traumatic Brain Injury $2.475 Million Jury Verdict


$850,000 Slip and Fall on Icy Driveway


Municipal Negligence Resulting in Bodily Injury – $6.3 Million


$4.35 Million Settlement for Major Highway Construction Crash


Moderate Traumatic Brain Injury – $1.3 Million Settlement


Moderate Traumatic Brain Injury in Car Collision – $6.695 Million Settlement


Mild Traumatic Brain Injury in Car Collision – $3 Million Settlement


Mild Traumatic Brain Injury – $1.3 Million Settlement


Ankle Fracture – $735,000 Jury Verdict


Dental Malpractice – $950,000 Settlement


Jury Verdict $1.537 Million – Complex Fracture


Jury Verdict $543,393 in Car Collision


Medical Malpractice in Delivery of Baby Settlement: $1.5 million


Medical Malpractice, Surgical Error, Settlement: $250,000


Complex Vehicle Crash Claim Turned Double Wrongful Death Case – Recovers $1.65 million


Nursing Home Malpractice, Medication Error: $200,000


Motorcycle Crash Victims – $2.1 million


Slip & Fall on Ice – Almost $600,000 Verdict


Architectural Malpractice — $625,000 Settlement


Eighteen Year Old Sustains Fractured Neck — Settlement $1,320,000


Nearly Too Late: Jury Verdict – $7,980,000 Plus Punitive Damages- Approximately $12 Million


Settlement Pediatric Traumatic Brain Injury – $1,150,000


Medical Malpractice Claim for Missed Diagnosis: $750,000


Senior Citizen Injury: 87-year old Pedestrian Struck in a Crosswalk in Greenwich, CT.  – $200,000


Medical Malpractice during Bariatric Surgery: $300,000


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