There is a reason why the EMANUEL LAW GROUP gets frequent referrals from former clients, police officers, medical doctors, paramedics, nurses, and members of the legal community. See our recent results!
Fua v. Yellow Cab
$8,000,000.00 jury verdict for an injured attorney who sustained left-sided hemi-paresis and a traumatic brain injury (TBI). Yellow Cab claimed it was not responsible because its driver was an independent contractor and our client failed to wear a seat belt.
Sanchez v. Doe Defendants
$6,250,000 settlement for a competitive cyclist who sustained catastrophic brain injuries when he was struck by an SUV.
Doe v. Okoro
Jury verdict for a victim of sexual assault and gender violence against a perpetrator who was never arrested by the police.
Gadre v. Curry Roots, Inc., B2B Trade Use Company, Inc., et al.
$4,500,000 settlement for the wrongful death of a child, killed by a motorist in Oakridge Shopping Mall in San Jose parking lot in view of the victim’s family.
Doe v. Courtney
$1,000,000 judgment for our client, a 15-year-old girl, who was sexually abused by a distant relative.
Doe Plaintiff v. Venture Capital Co. Defendant
$6,000,000 settlement in 2015 for a Silicon Valley business executive whose earning capacity was diminished as a result of a spinal cord injury sustained in a motor vehicle accident.
Jane Does v. St. Matthews Episcopal Day School (2018)
$1,260,000 settlement from a school for negligently supervising a teacher who took unauthorized sexually provocative photographs of pre-school girls.
Thorpe v. Santillan
Policy limits settlement for an on-duty police officer struck by a bus.
Lucy v. Nanis
$4,000,000 Judgment for severely injured pedestrian severely injured by a reckless motorist. Because the defendant was underinsured, we secured the settlement by a deed of trust to the defendant’s expensive home, and a promissory note.
Hodges v. St. Dorothey’s Rest Assoc., et al.
Confidential settlement for single mother of triplets who suffered a severe traumatic brain injury as a result of a dangerous condition on the defendant’s property.
Chan v. Air Unique
Policy limits settlement for the daughter and widow of a Tesla Motor executive who was killed in a plane crash.
Munoz v. Wahl
$1,750,000 award for a pedestrian who suffered a traumatic brain injury and a broken femur.
Brown v. Shaw Pipeline
$1,125,000 for a foreman injured on a construction site as a result of the negligent operation of a back hoe.
Jane Does vs. Day Spas
$2,100,000 for victims sexually assaulted during massages at high-end day spas in San Mateo County.
Merrit v. JD Jetting
$1,000,000 for a motorist who was severely injured by a defective carburetor jet kit that contained improper parts.
Arams v. CSAA
$1,000,000 uninsured motorist arbitration award for our client who sustained a spinal cord injury.
Jane Doe v. Sandra Caron European Spa, Inc.
$500,000 settlement for our client who was sexually assaulted by a massage therapist at a day spa in San Mateo.
Dudum v. Laura’s Beauty Care
$300,000 for our client who contracted a staph infection from a pedicure spa.
Jane Doe v. Dr. John Doe
Confidential settlement for our client whose physician negligently injected Botox inside our client’s mouth.
Ting v. Green Hills Country Club
$800,000 wrongful death settlement for the surviving family members of an elderly woman accidentally killed due to the negligence of a restaurant employee.
Kelsen v. Farmers Ins. Co.
$863,277 uninsured motorist arbitration award for policyholder who suffered head injuries in a motor vehicle accident.
Jose Verdusco v. Andy Mar
$415,000 for client for emotional distress suffered after a sheriff’s deputy pointed a gun at our client without justification.
Doe v. Virginia Cleaners
$700,000 for musician sexually groped by a tailor while having a dress fitted for a performance.
Dasari v. Athidhi Indian Cuisine
$1,000,000 for a 15-year-old honors student who sustained severe facial burns when an employee of a catering company dropped a chafing dish on the floor and liquid Sterno splashed on to her face.
DISCLAIMER: The case results described in this website were dependent on the facts and circumstances of each of the cases. Your results will differ if based on different facts and circumstances.