Foley & Small has been engaged in the practice of law for more than 20 years. Listed below are examples of settlements and verdicts Foley & Small has secured on behalf of its clients in state courts and in the federal courts.
- $125,000,000.00 - Lead counsel in Indiana working to secure a settlement of $125,000,000.00 against the New England Compounding Center and its officers, directors and employees arising from fungus contaminated epidural injections distributed throughout the United States, including Indiana and Michigan.
- $3,200,000.00 - Represented worker injured at work site due to injuries caused by third party contractors (not employer).
- $3,000,000.00 - Retail store slip and fall claim resulting in brain injury.
- $1,600,000.00 - Represented estate of employee injured as a result of an at-work explosion caused by third party contractor.
- $1,100,000.00 - Represented pickup truck driver involved in collision with a semi-tractor trailer resulting in brain injury and fractures.
- $1,100,000.00 - Represented woman injured due to defective product resulting in injuries involving significant complications and multiple follow up procedures.
- $750,000.00 - Represented estate of construction worker injured who suffered fatal injuries during the course of assisting and the unloading of construction materials from a trailer.
- $700,000.00 - Represented estate of man electrocuted while working on farm property. Settlement with certain defendants and trial with one defendant.
- $650,000.00 - Represented estate of middle age woman who suffered fatal injuries during the course of a car semi-tractor collision.
- $613,000.00 - Represented estate of man who died from injuries due to collision with a semi-tractor trailer.
- $545,000.00 - Represented family members suffering injury after being struck by a delivery vehicle which failed to stop for a stop sign.
- $515,000.00 - Represented delivery driver of RV units injured in crash with vehicle on interstate highway resulting in severe lower extremity injuries. Settlements with two defendants and verdict against a third defendant.
- $500,000.00 - Represented client rearended by truck resulting in concussive and hand injuries.
- $500,000.00 - Represented client involved in an intersectional accident resulting in chest and upper extremity injuries.
- $410,000.00 - Represented woman struck by a vehicle involved in a high speed auto chase.
- $280,000.00 - Represented high school student injured in highway intersection accident suffering vertebral fractures.
- $275,000.00 - Represented elderly handicapped gentlemen who fell on asphalt debris in apartment complex parking lot.
- $235,000.00 - Represented woman injured at county road intersection collision suffering complex hand injuries.
- Multiple Settlements in Mass Tort Litigation - Represent many clients who received either defective medical implants or defective pharmaceuticals resolved by settlements with various manufacturers.
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02/26/2015 - Settlement Reached with UniFirst for $30.5 Million
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Often seen with defective drugs or medical implants.
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Court holds NECC related claims against state clinics controlled by Medical Malpractice Act