Case results of the Amanda Payton Law Group are always held in the strictest confidentiality. General descriptions and results of a few of our cases are posted here to offer an understanding of our abilities to serve our clients. All cases are unique, and no two cases should ever be compared. However, certain generalities do exist and we can discuss those at your convenience. The Amanda Payton Law Group stands to protect your rights and serve our clients needs. For a confidential evaluation of your needs, Contact Us today for assistance!
General Case Results;
- POLICY LIMIT RECOVERY: Obtained all applicable policy limits for a client who was rear-ended and had to undergo an anterior inter-body fusion with application of inter-vertebral device at the C4-5 and C5-6 levels of the spine.
- POLICY LIMIT RECOVERY: Obtained all applicable policy limits for a client who was rear-ended and, to a reasonable degree of medical probability, will need to undergo a discectomy and fusion at the C5-6 level of the spine due to the injuries sustained in the motor vehicle collision.
- CONFIDENTIAL SETTLEMENT: Obtained a confidential settlement on behalf of a family of a man who was tragically shot at a gas station in Oak Cliff, Texas.
- POLICY LIMIT RECOVERY: Obtained all applicable policy limits for a client who was T-boned after a negligent driver ran a stop sign and she was forced to undergo Epidural Steroid Injection (ESI) procedures.
- POLICY LIMIT RECOVERY: Obtained all applicable policy limits for a client who was a passenger in a vehicle that stalled on the highway and was rear-ended by another vehicle.
- POLICY LIMIT RECOVERY: Obtained a policy limit recovery for a client who was rear-ended by a drunk driver and experienced soft tissue injuries.
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