Experienced Atlanta Personal Injury Lawyers
Practicing law together since 1989, the Goodman brothers have recovered millions of dollars on behalf of their clients. Here are a few examples of results achieved for their clients:
Medical malpractice case against a neurologist and hospital for failure to properly diagnose a neurological condition. Result: $5,200,000 recovered.
Premises liability case involving failure to maintain a loading dock, resulting in spinal injuries. Result: $2,900,000 recovered.
Medical malpractice case against a hospital and physician for failing to diagnose a spinal fracture. Result: $1,400,000 recovered.
Automobile collision causing the wrongful death of a 23-year-old woman. Result: $1,000,000 (policy limits) recovered.
Workers’ compensation claim involving neurological injury. Result: $400,000 recovered.
Automobile collision involving dental injuries. Result: $385,000 recovered.
Automobile collision with neck injuries. Result: $200,000 (policy limits) recovered.
Automobile collision involving lumbar spine surgery. Result: $600,000 recovered.
Automobile collision involving above the knee amputation. Result: $4,500,000 recovered, and workers’ compensation subrogation lien denied.
Medical malpractice case against a neurosurgeon for surgical mishap resulting in arm injury. Result: $500,000 recovered.
Premises liability case arising out of a fall at a construction site. Result: $3,500,000 recovered.
Forklift accident at a loading dock resulting in death. Result: $750,000 recovered.
Product liability. Exposure to non-asbestos insulation resulting in pulmonary disease. Result: $230,000 recovered.
Automobile collision involving cervical spine fusion surgery. Result: $550,000 recovered.
Automobile collision involving surgical repair of fractured arm. Result: $375,000 recovered.
Workers’ compensation claim involving complex regional pain syndrome. Result: $500,000 recovered.
These results are examples of the success we have had for our clients over the years. The value of your case will depend upon case specific factors, including strength of liability, nature of injury, type of medical treatment received, future prognosis, prior medical history, loss of income, the venue where the case must be brought, and certain intangible elements. Each case is evaluated on its own merits.