Darryl “The Hammer” Isaacs, and the team of attorneys team at Isaacs & Isaacs Personal Injury Lawyers have listed below some of our important case victories – cases we have fought hard for and won for our clients. These cases include those who have been injured in auto accidents, motorcycle collisions, semi-truck and commercial vehicle accidents, bus crashes, pedestrian accidents, and other incidents.
The summaries below are of the cases that have resulted in victory – with favorable verdicts and settlements for our clients. Of course, every case is unique and its outcome will depend on the facts of the case and applicable law. Results in past cases are not a prediction of what the outcome will be in future cases. Please keep in mind that we have omitted personal names for confidentiality. You can always reach our truck accident law firm 24/7 to discuss your important case by calling (800) 333-9999.
Big Truck and Commercial Vehicles
A man in his 40’s was killed when a semi-truck traveling on an interstate crossed the center line and stuck his vehicle head-on.
A woman in her 70’s was stopped in traffic behind a semi-truck when a tanker truck rear-ended her from behind.
Woman in her mid-60’s was severely injured when a semi-truck pulled out in front of her vehicle.
Woman in her mid-60's severely injured when a semi-truck pulled out in front of her vehicle. She suffered extreme injuries to her neck and back and was in a coma for several weeks with a traumatic brain injury.
A 30-year-old man was killed when a combine tractor’s wheels crossed over the center line of a two-lane road crushing the cab of his truck.
A woman in her mid-50’s was ejected from her vehicle on impact by a man in a commercial pickup truck who ran a red light.
An 80-year-old man was attending to his broken down vehicle on the side of the road when his vehicle was struck in the rear by a semi-truck.
A mother and her minor daughter were in an accident with a negligent semi-truck driver who crossed the center line.
A husband and wife in their mid-50’s were struck by a UPS truck that disregarded a yield sign on a US highway.
A woman in her mid-50’s was riding her lawnmower when she was backed into by a dump truck that had his vehicle in neutral.
3 sisters traveling back from Gatlinburg, TN home to Iowa. One sister died at the scene, another died approximately 10 hours after the accident, and the surviving sister suffered acute retention, a spleen laceration, and other issues.
43-year-old male – serious injuries to eye, punctured lung, arm paralyzed, broken leg. Defendant turned in front of client.
A vehicle coming off the interstate darted across three lanes of traffic and t-boned a woman in her late-50’s.
29-year-old female – foot and ankle shattered, bone came through skin, knee and hip injury. Required multiple surgeries.
28-year-old female – two fractured ankles two fractured legs, two broken wrists; four surgeries, jaw, nose broken. Hit head-on by defendant.
69-year-old male – fractured eye socket, had to have right foot rebuilt. Defendant failed to yield right of way to client.
Defendant lost control of his vehicle while driving too fast on wet roads. He further struck a 40-year-old woman and knocked her off the road.
40-year-old female – deceased. She had been over-served at a restaurant and was in a single-car accident.
17-year-old male – severely fractured leg that required multiple surgeries. Client was pinned between a vehicle and a wall.
70-year-old female – client suffered lung contusions, unable to walk, tracheotomy, placed on respirator, and fed through a tube.
An 18-year-old male was killed on a motorcycle when a semi-truck did not see him, running him over. He was killed on impact.
Man riding a motorcycle was struck on a highway by corrugating pipping that flew off a commercial vehicle.
A semi-truck pulled out of a grocery store parking lot and did not see the motorcycle rider in his mid-50’s.
Man in his mid-50's riding on a motorcycle when another vehicle pulled out in front of him. He suffered severe injuries including a broken arm and torn ankle ligaments.
40-year-old man was riding his motorcycle when a vehicle pulled out in front of him. He was placed in a medically-induced coma due to devastating injuries to his leg, forearm, kidneys, and face.
Small child severely injured in an overturned schol bus accident. She suffered from a skull fracture and brain bleed.
Woman in her mid-30’s suffering a brain injury and fractured pelvis after being a passenger in a vehicle that was struck in the rear by a charter bus.
19-year-old female – brain damage, coma, fractured pelvis. Client was rear-ended by a motor coach bus.
Small child severely injured in an overturned school bus accident. She suffered a skull fracture with a traumatic brain bleed.
35-year-old female – Deceased; brain swelling, broken collarbone, three broken ribs, broken breastbone and pelvis, strokes and more.
50-year-old male – neck and shoulder injuries. Client was struck as a pedestrian.
38-year-old female – product Liability case – Client took a defective drug causing her to have severe permanent heart damage.
You Deserve Justice & Compensation When Harmed
The case settlement amounts above reflect damages awarded for victims who have suffered challenging injuries and even loss of life. Some of those injuries in these case victories have included:
- Broken and crushed bones
- Fractured hips
- Bruised lungs
- Amputation of limbs
- Cervical damage
- Multiple surgeries
- Wrongful death
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At Isaacs & Isaacs, we acknowledge that we cannot undo any accident. Our goal is to make you and your loved ones whole again in the eyes of the law by obtaining justice and recovery of financial compensation, known as “damages.”
Our hearts go out to all injured victims and their families, and we encourage those going through a difficult incident to contact a proven personal injury law firm for a free review of your case.
We encourage all injured clients to avoid delay in the filing of your claim. The deadline, known as the statute of limitations, in some government cases can be as short as six months.