Verdicts and Settlements
Rhode Island personal injury lawyers with a record of success
For nearly 100 years, Kirshenbaum Law Associates, Inc. has been helping clients throughout Rhode Island achieve successful results in personal injury cases, as well as auto accidents cases. As highly experienced, tough trial attorneys, we fight to protect our clients’ interests in and out of the courtroom. Managing Partner Evan M. Kirshenbaum was featured in the news for his personal injury jury verdict that was more than seven times the offer proposed during settlement negotiations. Although we cannot promise similar results in every case, we work hard to ensure the maximum results in each case.
Contact our successful auto accident attorneys in Cranston, Warwick, Providence and throughout Rhode Island
Our skill is evidenced by our significant achievements and the satisfaction of our clients, which can be seen in our client testimonials. To learn more about the personalized assistance our attorneys offer in personal injury cases, contact Kirshenbaum Law Associates, Inc. online or call 401-467-5300 today.
Motor vehicle accidents
- $1,000,000 settlement of an automobile accident in which our client was hit by a drunk driver.
- $300,000 settlement for our client in an auto accident against his own insurance company to provide coverage. This was based on a loss of chance theory. The previous offer had been $7,500.
- In a case involving a low-impact motor vehicle collision that resulted in a soft-tissue injury, we obtained a jury verdict that was seven times the insurance company’s offer. Counsel from Allstate Insurance Company provided the defense.
- $225,000 verdict from a panel of binding arbitrators in a motor vehicle collision with a utility van.
- $150,000 settlement for a client who fell through an open hatch on a friend’s boat.
- $150,000 settlement for a client who fell in a home-based nail salon. With the help of our forensic engineer, the nail salon was found not to be operating under the building code.
- $75,000 for a client in a suit against a veterinarian whose improper handling of a cat caused the client to be bitten, resulting in surgery.