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$65 million

Semi-truck crashed into a car stopped in traffic. The car was occupied by an older married couple and their young granddaughter. The tractor trailer killed all occupants of the car.  The truck-driver that crashed into the car was over his hours of service in violation of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration Regulations, and never slowed before crashing into their car. Attorney Jon Davis, now a partner with the Bradshaw firm, represented the heirs and obtained this judgement.*

$12 million

Medical malpractice during delivery resulting in cerebral palsy.

$11.5 million

Wrongful death - large vehicle accident due to distracted driver.

$10 million

Medical malpractice during heart surgery, surgical complications resulting in paralysis.

$7.5 million

Spinal cord injury resulting in paralysis. Semi-truck hits cattle wandering in the road, causing truck to swerve to the right and collide with a car that had stopped on the side of the road to report the cattle in roadway.

$6.6 million

Plaintiff was a pedestrian hit by a pick-up truck on side of road resulting in quadriplegia. 

$6 million

Medical malpractice during delivery resulting in hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy.

$4.5 million 

A semi-truck was making a turn into a parking lot when it struck a pedestrian. The pedestrian was caught under the axle of the truck and dragged for 50 feet. The plaintiff sustained multiple fractures and underwent multiple surgeries.

$4 million

Medical malpractice during delivery resulting in cerebral palsy.

$3.8 million

A semi-truck driver, who was over his federally limited hours, fell asleep at the wheel, crashing into an oncoming car. Fortunately, the injured parties survived, but they suffered severe injuries. Policy limit settlement.

$3.2 million

Semi-truck swerved into oncoming traffic, hitting the plaintiff head on. 

$2.4 million

Dislocated shoulder, facial/scalp lacerations, injuries to cervical, thoracic and lumbar spine – a charter bus traveling at approximately 55 mph rear-ends a farm tractor on highway, causing severe injuries that worsened pre-existing and degenerative changes in plaintiff's spine.

$2.3 million

Driver made improper lane change, spun plaintiff off the road, resulting in back injury requiring fusion. 

$2.1 million

Client was passenger in a vehicle hit head on by drunk driver, drunk driver was driving a company vehicle. 

$2 million

Wrongful death – semi-truck strikes a car which was pulled over on the right shoulder of the highway, killing the driver of the car almost immediately. The driver of the semi-truck tested positive for cocaine and it was discovered he had exceeded the legal driving time allowed. Policy limit settlement.

$1.95 million

Permanent brain damage suffered by infant being admitted to ER for dehydration.

$1.7 million

Broken back requiring fusion – semi-truck traveling at approximately 65 mph rear-ends a car that was stopped on the interstate due to traffic congestion.

$1.5 million

Failure to diagnose blood clot resulting in amputation.

$1.3 million

Dislocated hip requiring surgery – delivery truck driven by drunk driver overturns on a passenger vehicle, severely injuring the driver of the car and plaintiff/passenger. Both required hospitalization and surgery for their injuries. Driver of the car settled for $250,000 prior to completion of discovery. It was discovered that the driver of the delivery truck had been up drinking until just a few hours before reporting to work and had a BAC of 0.159%, almost twice the legal limit.

$1.25 million

Failure to diagnose colon cancer on colonoscopy and follow-up capsule in endoscopy resulting in a material loss of chance of survival.

$1.1 million

Medical malpractice during delivery resulting in cerebral palsy.

$1.1 million

Ran over the top of by another boat, neck and shoulder surgery, mild TBI.

$1.09 million

Medical malpractice during delivery resulting in cerebral palsy.

$971,250 (co-counsel)

Broken leg, internal injuries, 3rd degree burns resulting in loss of limb – product liability involving head-on crash and defective fuel tank design.


Pelvic fracture, dislocated left hip, lumbar fractures requiring surgery and hardware – a car is coming around a curve in the road, crossing over the center line, and strikes left front-end of the plaintiff's vehicle, causing the plaintiff's vehicle to roll on its side.


Branson performer driving moped/scooter home from work.  Driver pulled out of parking lot striking her.  left open tibial plateau fracture dislocation requiring open reduction and internal fixation; a right distal radius and distal radius shaft fracture with comminution with associated ulnar styloid fracture requiring open reduction and internal fixation.  Unable to return to work dancing full time due to injuries.  


T-boned another vehicle that pulled out in front of him. Several breaks in right foot requiring 3 surgeries. 


Medical malpractice during delivery resulting in brachial plexis & erbs palsy.


Semi-truck driver made improper lane change, hitting plaintiff, requiring neck and shoulder surgery.


Medical malpractice – laceration of popliteal artery during surgery.


Medical malpractice during delivery resulting in infant death.


Disc protrusion requiring fusion – a semi-truck clips the rear-end of an SUV, causing the SUV to roll. The plaintiff did not immediately complain of pain, but was taken to the ER later that day with hip contusion. The plaintiff developed severe back pain over the next several weeks. After conservative treatment for over a year failed to resolve the plaintiff's pain, surgery was required. The plaintiff will continue to experience some level of pain and limitations due to his injuries.


Fell from back of boat while attempting to enter, boat driven by intoxicated minor, severe lacerations to leg requiring multiple surgeries. 


Plaintiffs were struck head on resulting in multiple face injuries and requiring face reconstruction surgery. 


Passenger in vehicle struck by semi-truck.  TBI, cervical fractures, multiple rib fractures, ulnar fracture.  


Rear Ended by a Semi, Cervical Fusion, Pre-Existing Cervical Issue


Herniated disc with fusion – The plaintiff was a passenger in a vehicle that was clipped by a semi-truck, causing the car to spin around and hit the median and guardrail. The plaintiff suffered a torn annular disc in his back and required a lumbar fusion with hardware. The plaintiff will continue to experience some level of pain and limitations due to his injuries.


Distracted semi-truck driver, rear-ended plaintiff resulting in several rib fractures and worsening of pre-existing conditions.


Failure to diagnose brain aneurysm resulting in death.


Truck rear-ended plaintiff's vehicle causing vertebrae fractures. 


Failure to diagnose subdural hematoma.


Medical malpractice during delivery resulting in infant death.


Cardiomyopathy due to overdose of medication, pharmacy compounding error.


Medical malpractice causing laceration of facial nerve during surgery.


Closed head injury, lumbar radiculopathy resulting in discectomy of lumbar spine – The plaintiff was rear-ended by a semi-truck while traveling on the highway.


Failure to timely deliver baby by C-Section resulted in death of infant.


Partial loss of foot after bypass surgery.


Client was stopped at a stop light when a vehicle from cross traffic approached the intersection too fast and didn’t make the yield turn, striking client in the side of the vehicle.  Broken collar bone, ribs, pelvis and concussion.


Soft tissue neck injuries, cubital tunnel requiring surgical release – The plaintiff was in the outside (right) turn lane making a left-hand turn when the vehicle in the inside (left) turn lane came into her lane, causing the plaintiff to take evasive action. The car in the inside turn lane struck the plaintiff, forcing the plaintiff off the road and onto a curb. The plaintiff collided with a metal utility pole. The force of the impact caused the utility pole to be sheared off at the base.


Burns from explosion caused by defective canister.


Fractured fibula, medial meniscal tear, hematoma in thigh requiring skin graft – The driver of a car exits the parking lot and crosses from the outside lane to the inside lane, failing to notice the plaintiff, who is approaching on a motorcycle. The plaintiff was unable to avoid striking the car and was thrown from the motorcycle, suffering serious injuries.


Closed head trauma – Motor vehicle accident.


Medical malpractice causing laceration of popliteal artery during surgery.


Soft-tissue back injury with aggravation of diabetic condition.


Semi-truck accident. Plaintiff suffered a neck injury requiring surgery. 


Fractured ribs, soft-tissue neck injuries, internal injuries, fractured sternum – The plaintiff was traveling eastbound on a divided highway when a utility truck attempted to cross the eastbound lanes of traffic to make a left turn onto the westbound lanes of the highway. The plaintiff was unable to avoid colliding with the utility truck and suffered serious injuries.


Cervical disc protrusion requiring discectomy with fusion – The plaintiff was coming to a stop at a yellow light when he was rear-ended.


Soft-tissue back injury – The plaintiff was rear-ended by an inattentive driver operating an iPod while the plaintiff was waiting to exit the freeway.


Medical malpractice causing retained sponge after surgery.


Rear end collision- worsened pre-existing injuries to back.


Shattered right elbow requiring surgery, tendon severed on 4th digit – The plaintiff was a passenger in a car that was struck head-on by another vehicle while coming around a curve.


Right hip labral tear requiring surgical repair – A semi-truck made a left-hand turn into an oncoming car, injuring the driver of the car. The truck driver claims the plaintiff was speeding, and that a construction zone and train trestle obstructed his visibility.


Soft-tissue neck injury, severe left ankle sprain requiring ligament reconstruction – The plaintiff was in the left lane passing a semi-truck in the right lane when the driver of the semi-truck began to merge into the plaintiff's lane. The plaintiff attempted to speed up to avoid being struck by the semi-truck. The semi-truck struck the rear of the plaintiff's vehicle, causing the vehicle to flip multiple times.


Bulging discs – The plaintiff was rear-ended while at a complete stop by an inattentive driver, which forced her car to collide with the vehicle in front of her.


Motorcycle collision with another motorcycle resulting in multiple leg fractures, requiring several surgeries, clavicale fracture.


Motorcycle hit by a van, resulting in bilateral wrist fractures, both requiring surgeries and head trauma. 

Past results afford no guarantee of future results and every case is different and must be judged on its own merits. Early settlement fee of 10% or 25% in some car wreck negligence cases only, depends upon the facts of the case, including timing of settlement and is effective 1/1/2016. Early settlement fee of 20% or 25% in some semi-truck negligence cases only, which are subject to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s regulations (FMCSA), depends upon the facts of the case, including timing of settlement and is effective 1/1/2016. Verdicts may be reduced by appeal or comparative fault. Client may be responsible for costs or expenses. Meetings with lawyers will be by appointment only. Working with and referring cases to other attorneys. The choice of a lawyer is an important decision and should not be based solely upon advertisements. *65 million verdict was a St. Louis court entered judgement obtained by Brad Bradshaw, M.D., J.D., L.C., attorney Jon Davis, prior to his affiliation with the firm. This judgement is the subject of a bad faith action at this time.