Settlements and Victories

We are proud of the victories and settlements we have obtained, we are also proud of the accomplishments of the attorneys who actively work with us.

  • $12,000,000 Settlement, Bicycle accident
  • $1,850,000 Settlement for family of teenage cyclist struck and killed in crosswalk.
  • $750,000 Settlement for 16-year-old male, who suffered traumatic brain injury due to negligent operation of amusement park bicycle ride.
  • $550,000 Settlement for cyclist struck by car, requiring cervical herniation with laminectomy.
  • $540,000 Settlement for cyclist who fell from 12-foot-high bridge, rendering 60-year-old male a paraplegic.
  • $475,000 Settlement for 29-year-old cyclist, who was struck by vehicle, causing multiple lumbar herniations.
  • $395,000 Settlement for an injured cyclist, who sustained bulging discs requiring cervical discectomy and spinal fusion.
  • $300,000 Settlement for bicycle accident victim, who sustained right thigh, arm, elbow, and facial lacerations.
  • $275,000 Settlement for bicycle accident victim, who required four knee surgeries.
  • $250,000 Settlement for injured cyclist, who sustained nerve damage and loss of future income.
  • $157,000 Arbitration Award for a middle-aged cyclist, who required surgical repair of shoulder.

IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO DISCUSS YOUR CASE OR INJURY CLAIM WITH US, PLEASE IMMEDIATELY CONTACT US AT (800) 718-4658.

DISCLAIMER: Any mention of past results are specific to the facts and legal circumstances of each of the client’s cases and should not be used to form an expectation that the same results could be obtained for other clients in similar matters without reference to the specific factual and legal circumstances of each client’s case. Nadrich & Cohen, LLP is proud of its past achievements, but its prior success does not and cannot guarantee a similar outcome in the future.

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