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Case Results

Workplace Injury

Judgment obtained for

$5,616,970.42

Defendant employer became non-responsive during litigation. Judgment received from court for $5,616,970.42

Auto Accident

Settled at mediation for

$1,485,000.00

Side impact motor vehicle accident causing orthopedic injuries and fibromyalgia, necessitating pain management and permanent residuals.

Auto Accident

We obtained a verdict of

$1,005,716.00

Rear end motor vehicle accident with neck and back injuries, as well as aggravated migraine headaches. Defense pre-trial offer of $90,000.00. The case was aggressively defended and ultimately went to trial, and we obtained a verdict of $1,005,716.00, plus costs and expert costs.

Horse Accident

Settlement at mediation for

$850,000.00

Client suffered knee injuries in a horse accident requiring surgery and permanent impairment. Liability was initially denied and the case was aggressively defended.

Auto Accident

Settled for policy limits of

$500,000.00

Serious injury rear end motor vehicle accident.

Auto Accident

Settled for policy limits of

$252,000.00

Head on motor vehicle accident.  The at fault driver did not have any insurance but luckily our client had $250,000.00 in UM (Underinsured Motorist Coverage) through her own insurance carrier as well as medical payments coverage.  Our client had major injuries requiring surgery and had to be cut out of the vehicle.  The initial medical bills were over the UM policy limits but we were able to get the health insurer to accept nearly 1/3 of the bills as payment in full as well as continue to cover any future care needed.

Wrongful Death

Settled for policy limits of

$300,000.00

A child tragically drowned in a pool that did not have the required safety devices including a fence.

Auto Accident

Settled for policy limits of

$300,000.00

Rear end collision. Our client was the front seat passenger in a car that was rear ended in Pacific Beach with a moderate impact. Ultimately our client needed a shoulder surgery as well as epidural injections.

Auto Accident

Settled for policy limits of

$252,000.00

Head on motor vehicle accident.  Client was a passenger in a severe head on collision where the at fault driver crossed the double yellow line and collided with the client’s car at approximately 40 mph.  We were able to negotiate client’s medical bills paid by the health insurance down significantly and recover the policy limits of $252,000.00

Auto Accident

Settled for

$300,000.00

Pedestrian versus automobile accident.

Auto Accident

Settled for

$215,000.00

Rear end motor vehicle accident with soft tissue injuries. 

Auto Accident

Total settlement plus arbitration award of

$235,000.00

Rear end collision.  Our client was rear ended in a moderate impact collision.  The client ultimately needed an open reduction shoulder surgery that was covered through her health insurance.  As a result, the medical bills were relatively low at nearly $35,000.00.  After obtaining the policy limits of $100,000.00 from the at fault driver, the case proceeded to an Underinsured (UIM) Motorist Arbitration.  The client’s insurance company never offered anything leading up to the arbitration.  Ultimately, after an arbitration, the award was $135,000.00 in additional money. 

Pedestrian vs. Auto

Settled for

$125,000.00

Pedestrian versus motor vehicle accident.  Settled for policy limits of $100,000.00 plus $25,000.00 out of pocket from the at fault party.

Insurance Bad Faith

Settled at mediation for

$121,750.00

Bad faith travel insurance claim where a travel insurance company refused to transport the insured back to the United States after a severe vehicle accident. 

Premises Liability

Settled for

$113,750.00

Client suffered knee injuries on a moving walkway in a grocery store when the wheel lock on her grocery cart failed, causing her to fall to the walkway.

Insurance Bad Faith

Settled for

$120,000.00

Bad faith homeowner’s claim where insurance company refused to pay money due to the client under the insurance policy. 

Insurance Bad Faith

Settled for

$110,000.00

Bad faith travel insurance claim when travel insurance company wrongfully delayed air transport to an elderly insured.

Property Damage

Case settled for

$120,000.00

Client rented a warehouse that he used for his office and to store merchandise for sale.  A maintenance person caused a fire on an adjacent roof, causing significant smoke and water damage to the client’s warehouse and merchandise.  Case settled for $120,000.00 before litigation in addition to payments received by client from his own insurance company.

Auto Accident

Settled for policy limits of

$100,000.00

Side impact motor vehicle accident, resulting in soft tissue injuries and a fractured small finger.

Boat Accident

Case settled for the policy limits of

$100,000.00

Client was thrown from a boat when the driver ran aground.  Multiple law firms in San Diego turned down the case before the client came to Haffner & Morgan.  Client sustained orthopedic injuries to her knees.

Insurance Bad Faith

Verdict at trial for

$101,000.00

Denied homeowner’s claim involving water loss.  Insurance company wrongfully denied the claim in bad faith, and never offered any money on the claim.

Insurance Bad Faith

Verdict of

$83,000.00

Client’s insurance company refused to pay for $4,000.00 stolen truck which was taken to Mexico and never returned. Verdict of $11,500.00, with a post-verdict settlement of $71,500.00, including costs and attorney’s fees.

Auto Accident

Settled before trial for

$75,000.00

Client suffered soft tissue injuries in a rear-end motor vehicle accident. The case was heavily defended and settled before trial for $75,000.00.

Insurance Bad Faith

Settled at mediation for

$64,000.00

Insurance company refused to pay for client’s vandalized $18,000.00 vehicle and accused client of insurance fraud without evidence.

Insurance Bad Faith

Settlement at mediation of

$19,500.00

Insurance company refused to pay for $6,000.00 stolen vehicle and instead attempted to accuse the client of fraud.