Millions in Settlements & Verdicts

Here are just a handful of our prominent cases.

$2.825 Million

Brain Injury

Attorney Flora Templeton Stuart litigated a case for a young man with a family who suffered permanent brain damage and a crushed skull. The defendants paid $2.825 million for our client and his family. A portion of the funds were placed into lifetime annuities for the client and his family for college funds for his children. We obtained approximately $100,000.00 workers’ compensation settlement for the client and Social Security disability with lifetime payment of medical expenses.

$1.7 Million

Commercial Truck

When a commercial truck rear-ended our clients with severe injuries, our firm successfully mediated a settlement for $1.7 million with a lifetime income for our clients.

$1.65 Million


A semi truck ran a traffic light, hitting our client and causing fractured legs. Our law firm obtained $1.65 million for our client with all medical bills paid and lifetime income.

Stop sign in a negligent driver case

$1.45 Million

Wrongful Death

A child was stuck on a road by a negligent driver. After mediation, our firm obtained a settlement of $1.45 million for the family.

Ambulance rushing to semi-truck accident site

$1.5 Million

Brain Injury

Our firm represented a client who was struck in Muhlenberg County by a semi-truck and life-flighted to Vanderbilt. Later complications resulted in a brain injury. Client had medical expenses of approximately $300,000.00 that were negotiated down by our law firm. Our law firm also obtained disability benefits for our client as a lifetime income and medicals in addition to his settlement.

$1.05 Million

Rear-End Collision

Attorney Flora Templeton Stuart rushed to the scene to establish liability when a semi-truck struck our client on a Logan County highway. We filed suit in court and retained numerous experts such as a life care planner and engineers. Our client's leg was crushed and he walked with a lifetime limp. We obtained disability for him and medicare for payment of his medical bills. The semi-truck company originally denied they were at fault so it was necessary to negotiate in court.

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