These are cases where the Law Firm of Gold, Albanese, Barletti, & Locascio LLC represented the plaintiff.
Settlement Amount: $300,000
Michael Williams from our firm obtained $300,000.00 (the policy limits) for his client who sustained neck injuries in a rear end hit motor vehicle accident. After conservative treatment failed, Michael's client underwent a one level cervical fusion. Michael always fight for every last penny for his clients.
Settlement Amount: $900,000
We are proud to report that attorney Michael S. Williams obtained a $900,000.00 settlement for injuries his client sustained when she was a passenger in a motor vehicle involved in a head on collision which was then struck by a separate motor vehicle. Michael's client sustained injuries to her left
Settlement Amount: $595,000
Anthony Locascio and Michael Williams recently obtained a $595,000.00 settlement for their client who injured his neck in a motor vehicle accident with a hotel shuttle.
Settlement Amount: $750,000
Michael Williams of our office just obtained a settlement in the amount of $750,000.00 for his client who injured his back, neck and shoulders in a motor vehicle accident involving a commercial box truck.
Settlement Amount: $165,000
In the matter of Lewis v. Milliman, Michael Williams recently obtained a jury verdict in the amount of $165,000.00 for plaintiff who was a pedestrian struck by a motor vehicle while crossing a crosswalk suffering head and lower back injuries. This was a top 100 Jury Verdict for the year
Settlement Amount: $368,500
Anthony Locascio and Michael Williams recently obtained a settlement for $368,500.00 for their client who was rear ended by another motor vehicle while at a stop light and suffered injuries to his wrist and lower back.
Settlement Amount: $250,000
Michael Williams recently obtained a settlement for $250,000.00 for his client who was rear ended by a school bus and suffered injuries to her neck and lower back.
Settlement Amount: $100,000
Michael Williams recently obtained a settlement for $100,000.00 (policy limit) for his client who was in a motor vehicle accident with a taxi cab and suffered aggravations to his age related preexisting lower back conditions.
Settlement Amount: $5,000,000
Johnson v. T. Glennon Inc.: A Jersey City man accepted $5 million to settle his suit alleging that machine failure led to an accident that crushed his legs. On Oct. 31, 2006, Charles Johnson, then 36, was making repairs to a rail-road track in Mansfield for his employer, T. Glennon
Settlement Amount: $450,000
I recently won a $450,000.00 binding arbitration award for our client, Ms Parker. One morning, Ms Parker was going to drop off her baby at a friend’s apartment before she went to work. It was raining that day, and because there were no rain absorbent mats inside or outside the
Settlement Amount: $262,000
Anthony Locascio, partner of the firm, recently resolved a case for $262,000.00 where our client fractured her ankle when she slipped on ice. In this case, the day before the accident there was a significant snow fall and knowing there would be freezing temperatures the following morning, the snow removal
Settlement Amount: $240,000
Anthony Locascio, partner of the law office, has recently settled a case for $240,000.00 wherein our client was an owner of a condominium unit and injured when she fell from a hidden step in their club house. With the use of our expert we were able to prove that the
Settlement Amount: $1,300,000
Anthony Locascio, partner of the law office, recently settled a case where his client was riding his motorcycle when another vehicle failed to properly observe the rules of the road and needlessly endangered his life by turning into his lane of travel. Anthony’s client was thrown from his motorcycle and
Settlement Amount: $170,000
Michael Williams obtained a $170,000 settlement for his client who slipped and fell on an icy driveway fracturing her wrist. Plaintiff was working as an EMT who responded to a 911 call for an elderly man during a snow storm. It would have been plaintiff’s burden to prove that the