Markey vs Toll Naval Associates

Luber Law announces another big win, securing a $3.5 million settlement for his clients. Please click here to read the article in The Legal Intelligencer.

Jagger vs Toll Naval Associates

Luber Law announces another big win, securing a $3.5 million settlement for his clients. Please click here to read the article in The Legal Intelligencer.

Lloyd vs. Ayerst

Our Case:
Client, Joseph Lloyd, a laborer, was working on a renovation project on a sub-freezing morning, when he fell 12 feet from the rooftop while throwing debris into a dumpster below. Mr. Lloyd landed on his elbow and compressed a nerve that permanently impaired his ability to extend and retract his lower arm. This injury left Mr. Lloyd unable to continue his career in construction.

Proposed Settlement:
No settlement was offered to our client. The case proceeded directly to jury trial.

Luber Law Wins $2,000,000:

We brought Mr. Lloyd's case to an eight-member jury in the Court of Common Pleas of Philadelphia County. We presented the facts: OSHA guidelines require that a guardrail, toe board or safety harness to be in place to secure individuals performing roof work. None of these safety precautions were in place, resulting in Mr. Lloyd's fall. We argued that both the general contractor and the owner of the building were responsible for our client's injuries. Discovery revealed that the general contractor was responsible for the construction management while the owner of the building maintained control over the work site by their employees constant monitoring of the job's progress. The trial resulted in a $2,000,000 verdict for our client.

Aquila vs. Health Care Services, Inc.

Our Case:
Our client, a local doctor, sustained severe injuries when an outside cleaning company moved a chair in which the doctor had been sitting, causing him to fall backwards.

Proposed Settlement:
In hopes of a quick settlement, Health Care Services offered $15,000 to our client, which we rejected.

Luber Law Wins $2,000,000:

Encountering literally thousands of on-the-job injury cases over the years, Luber Law provided the in-depth knowledge and expertise needed to take the case to court and win. Over the course of a four-day trial, we argued that Health Care Services was ultimately to blame for our client's injuries. Thus, the jury returned a verdict in favor of the doctor in the amount of $2,000,000.

Williams vs. Holden

Our Case:
Client, Agnes Williams, suffered chronic neck and back pain as a result of an automobile accident. The matter was initially presented before a three-person arbitration panel who found in favor of our client in the amount of $24,608.17. Despite admitting liability at arbitration, the defendant's insurance carrier appealed this decision and requested a jury trial.

Proposed Settlement:
Prior to the jury trial, the insurance carrier offered our client the sum of $9,316.55, which we rejected.

Luber Law Wins $2,100,000:

Ultimately, the defendant's insurance carrier refused to make any reasonable offer to our client. Knowing the strength in our client's case, Luber Law persevered and chose to present the facts to a jury. As a result, Ms. Williams was awarded the sum of $2,100,000.