Sample verdicts and settlements for clients of Brian Custy or Custy Law Firm
DISCLAIMER: Past results are not an express or implied prediction of future success, and should not be construed as such. Past results cannot guarantee future performance or case outcome. Any result in a single case is not meant to create an expectation, promise, guarantee or prediction of a similar result in a future case. Each case has many different factors, including different facts and different applications of law. Verdicts may be reduced by comparative fault, contributory negligence or following appeal. Results will always differ on a case-by-case basis.
$1,085,000 for clients’ injuries and losses arising from van wreck with alleged tire detread and intoxicated driver.
$550,000 for client injured when a Sheriff’s officer ran a red light and t-boned his truck.
$500,000 for injuries suffered after client’s truck was hit by a dump truck and his original attorneys quit the case.
$424,814 judgment for landscape company arising from $140,115 owed for materials and services.
$300,000 jury verdict after trial under the FELA for railroad worker injured after an on the job fall in Illinois.
$248,000 insurance maximum for couple rear-ended at stop light in Illinois by negligent driver.
$217,503 collected for client on 15+ year old judgment.
$153,182 settlement for property damage and lost profits caused by a careless contractor.
$150,000 forced buy-out of disgruntled limited partner.
$125,000 to franchisee of international franchisor for funds owed under franchise agreement plus interest.
$112,500 for losses following rear-end collision.
$110,000 for injuries and property damage caused by aggressive driver.
$100,000 insurance maximum for back injuries suffered when client was rear-ended at a red light.
$100,000 to individual who filed age discrimination and wrongful termination lawsuit.
$70,000 for broken rib and slight shoulder injury caused by careless driver on icy road.
Defense of individual in lawsuit filed against him by his former attorney seeking $950,000 for breach of contract and malicious prosecution resulting in a judgment after trial of only $1,154.