Grant Sigmon represented a young man who was nearly killed in a motorcycle accident on July 4, 2014. He was airlifted to Baptist Hospital in Winston-Salem where he was given life-saving medical treatment and underwent a series of medical procedures. Prior to Sigmon’s involvement, the client was informed that only a minimal amount of insurance coverage was available, which would not even cover a fraction of his medical bills. Sigmon ultimately recovered $350,000 for the client, exhausting the policy limits of three separate insurance policies.
Grant Sigmon represented a young girl who was viciously attacked by her neighbor’s dog. More than a year after the attack, her leg was badly scarred and plastic surgery was recommended. Sigmon was able to recover all of the child’s parents’ out-of-pocket expenses paid for her medical treatment plus the future cost for plastic surgery to repair the scars.
Grant Sigmon represented an elderly Greensboro woman against a shuttle company for injuries she suffered while entering the company's vehicle in January 2008. The driver failed to follow specific requests for assistance given by the client, and stood idly by as the woman fell out of the car and broke her femur, requiring surgery the same day. Sigmon took the case to arbitration in July 2012. The panel awarded the plaintiff $80,000, which was more than 5 times the pre-arbitration offer. The insurance company eventually paid $68,000 to settle the case.
Grant Sigmon represented a local man who suffered a dislocated shoulder when he fell at home due to a water leak which the man had previously brought to his landlord’s attention. The injury required surgical repair and extensive physical therapy. The landlord’s insurance company had offered nothing prior to Sigmon’s involvement. The case settled for $35,000 before a lawsuit was filed.
Ben E. Klein represented an injured motorist who was hit from behind on a busy highway by another vehicle. The defense made no significant offers to settle the case because the client had been injured before in a prior accident. The case went to arbitration in 2013 and Ben received an award that exceeded four times the last offer from the defense.
Ben E. Klein took a case to trial the week of January 13, 2014 on behalf of an injured motorist who was involved in a T-bone collision caused by an Allstate insured driver. Prior to trial, the highest offer made by the insurance company to settle the case was $4,250.00. The jury returned a verdict of $54,777.00. Allstate was forced to pay the full amount plus interest & costs.
Ben E. Klein represented a gentleman who was the victim of an assault which required extensive investigative and corrective medical surgeries, one of which being a stomach laparotomy necessitating over 70 surgical staples. Ben secured a jury verdict in the amount of $35,000.00 for his client.
Ben E. Klein represented an injured pedestrian who was standing beside her parked car at a highway rest stop in West Virginia when an out of control driver struck her car at a high rate of speed, causing a violent impact that knocked Ben’s client to the ground. Ben’s client suffered very serious injuries which included a broken hip, broken teeth, and various cuts and bruises. Ben worked the case up at the pre-suit level and was able to negotiate a settlement of the case for the available policy limits of $300,000.
Ben E. Klein represented a gentleman who was seriously injured in a motorcycle accident and incurred substantial medical treatment and medical bills as a result. After a prolonged fight with the insurance company, Ben achieved a settlement of $190,000 for his client.
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