Gray Broughton represented a seven-year-old boy who suffered a traumatic brain injury and lost his right leg above the knee after his family’s car was rear-ended by a pick-up truck hauling a utility trailer. Gray Broughton was able to settle his case for $10,000,000 shortly after filing suit. The client’s net proceeds were structured to ensure that he can be compensated for life. He is a tremendous young man who has overcome daunting odds. We wish him all the best for his future.
Gray Broughton represented an attorney who suffered a traumatic brain injury after his car was struck by a commercial vehicle. After missing a year of work and undergoing intensive therapy, he was able to make a full recovery and return to work. Gray Broughton was able to settle his case for $1,250,000 shortly before depositions.
Gray Broughton represented an 83-year-old woman who slipped and fell on a restaurant floor. The fall broke her right shoulder in three places; it also broke her right hip. Through his investigation, Gray Broughton was able to prove that the restaurant had not been mopping its floors properly and knew that its floors were abnormally slick. Gray Broughton settled her case two months before trial for $750,000.
Gray Broughton represented a tractor-trailer driver who was injured when another tractor-trailer pulled out in front of him from the shoulder of the highway. The crash injured his kidney and left hip. Gray Broughton was able to settle the case before trial for $700,000.
Gray Broughton represented a lawyer who was T-boned, causing his SUV to rollover multiple times. The collision aggravated his previously injured shoulder and caused him to suffer headaches, dizziness and nausea. Gray Broughton’s client was diagnosed with a concussion, which caused him to have recurring headaches for over a year. After the insurance company only offered $50,000 to settle the case, Gray Broughton obtained a $500,000 verdict at the conclusion of a three-day jury trial.
Gray Broughton represented a 74-year-old woman who fell down a set of three steps located along the sidewalk of an apartment complex. The stairs did not have a railing, which was required by the local building code. Gray Broughton’s client injured her previously injured back as a result of the fall. Gray Broughton was able to settle the case a month before trial for $300,000.