Personal Injury Verdicts in the News

Every once in a while, a large personal injury verdict makes national news-we all heard, for instance, about the McDonald's coffee verdict. However, the verdicts that make the news generally make the news because they are news. In other words, because they aren't the typical personal injury verdicts and personal injury settlements that occur every day across the country.

Most personal injury verdicts aren't for tens of millions of dollars, and most personal injury cases aren't dramatic enough to make anything but the local newspaper, if that. Most personal injury plaintiffs are people just like you, who have suffered injuries in car accidents, fallen on someone else's property or injured at work.

The personal injury verdicts and settlements these victims receive vary widely, just like the circumstances of their injuries. Below you'll find links to collected news items from around the country that provide a much more thorough and accurate picture of the value of various types of personal injury claims and the people who are compensated for those injuries.*

If you have suffered an injury from a car accident that wasn’t your fault, talk to a local injury lawyer to discuss options for a personal injury claim.

Personal Injury Verdicts in the News by Case Type

*Results taken from recent news articles. Results not typical. Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome.

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