Case Results

Personal Injury*:

$500,000 for wrongful death claim in auto-pedestrian accident

$100,000 for hip injury due side-impact auto collision

$78,000 for Underinsured Motorist claim for shoulder injury due to head-on collision

$75,000 for knee injury due to rear-end auto collision (Liability & Underinsured Motorist insurance)

$54,000 for shoulder injury due to rear-end auto collision

$50,000 for foot injury due to rear-end auto collision

$25,000 for back injury due to rear-end auto collision

Criminal Defense*:

Felony Communications Fraud–Case dismissed; no conviction

Felony False Prescription Drugs–Case dismissed; no conviction

Possession of Marijuana–Case dismissed; no conviction

Violation of Protective Order–Case dismissed at preliminary hearing

Lewdness involving Minor– Jury found client not guilty at trial (unanimous decision for acquittal)

Felony Drug Distribution–Charge was reduced to a misdemeanor simple possession of marijuana (no jail time)

Negligent Homicide and Felony Unlawful Conduct—Charge of homicide was dismissed and Unlawful Conduct was reduced to a misdemeanor (no jail time)

Driving under the Influence (DUI)–Jury found client not guilty at trial (unanimous decision for acquittal)

Unlawful Sexual Conduct with Minor–Charge reduced to Lewdness Infraction (no jail time)

Immigration*:

U Visa granted to spouse who was victim of domestic violence

Green card granted to refugee who had several theft charges

Citizenship granted to Permanent Resident who had marijuana possession charge and 10 driving on suspension charges

Permanent Residency granted to many other deserving immigrants–even for those who were “out of status”

Citizenship granted to many other deserving immigrants

*These results are not a guarantee that we will achieve a similar result for you. Each case is unique and requires an independent analysis.

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