Armbruster, Dripps, Winterscheidt & Blotevogel, LLC attorneys Charles Armbruster and Michael Blotevogel obtain a record setting verdict in Grant County New Mexico for an injured railroad engineer. After a four day trial brought pursuant to the Federal Employers’ Liability Act (FELA), the jury returned a net verdict of over $988,000 for the plaintiff, Raymond Chavez. Mr. Chavez suffered a back injury in a 2008 derailment. According to court personnel, the verdict is believed to be the largest personal injury verdict ever returned in Grant County.
$1.5 million settlement for broken leg and aggravation of pre-existing PTSD
I.W.C.C. $300,000 settlement for 63 year old driver with knee injury.
I.W.C.C. $250,000 settlement for 42 year old laborer with low back injury.
Illinois, confidential six-figure settlement for invasion of privacy and trespassing
I.W.C.C. $50,000 for knee injury
I.W.C.C. $84,353 for repetitive hand and arm injuries
I.W.C.C. $135,921 for un-operated back injury
I.W.C.C. $142,000 for back injury
I.W.C.C. $150,000 for back and abdominal injury
I.W.C.C. $175,000 for back injury