Recent Results



Having won hundreds of thousands of personal injury cases, our experience is proven. In the past fifty years Finkelstein & Partners has obtained verdicts or settlements with awards ranging from $500 thousand to $34 million. While we have established our reputation as the law firm to retain when seeking top-dollar verdicts or settlements from insurance companies, your satisfaction is our primary goal. 

Now in our fifth decade of providing client representation and service, we remain dedicated as ever to fighting for and winning the money you deserve from insurance companies or other responsible parties, while preserving your dignity and privacy. 

Please read on for a selection of recent cases of note.*
 

Our client required knee surgery after his car was hit by a teenage driver who stepped on the gas instead of braking. Trial attorney Victoria Lightcap successfully argued that driver inexperience directly caused our client's injuries.

A 22-year-old man was struck by a passing vehicle as he was attempting to exit his vehicle settles case for $400K.

40-year old union worker, while on job, slipped and fell from an elevated walkway to the highway below. Our attorneys successfully argued that lack of site safety caused the accident.

Our client, a 45 year old woman, was visiting her parents when their dog was suddenly attacked by a neighbor’s dog. Our client ran outside and tried to rescue her parents’ dog. As she ran, she tripped and injured her knee –this required arthroscopic surgery for tears. Its important to note that she was not injured by defendants dog nor by the dog fight itself. The defendant dog had previously attacked our client’s dog and Finkelstein & Partners obtained a report to verify this. Liability was an issue as it was undisputed that our client was injured in the fall rather then the attack. Our argument that the plaintiff’s reaction was a natural one as well as our being able to prove a prior attack enabled us to able to obtain an offer of settlement after commencing suit.

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