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Case 1.

Woman accepts over $2,000,000.00 settlement for collision with truck.

Our client was a wife and mother of two who also worked full time in the mortgage industry who was injured in a head-on collision when a truck slid across a rain slick road on a two-lane farm to market road. She suffered fractures of both legs, and fractures of both arms, one arm nearly amputated with impairment in her dominant arm.

After lengthy negotiations, the client accepted a settlement of more than $2,000,000.00. Post-settlement efforts for the wife and her daughter resulted in successful negotiations and investments of proceeds, helping secure Clients' future financial security. Many terms of this settlement are confidential.

**A contingent (%) fee charged on the successful recovery resulted in a fee of $666,667.00 and $22,830.89 in litigation expenses, which were reimbursed by the client out of the gross settlement amount.

Case 2.

$2,000,000.00 recovery for victim's family after 18-wheeler Contract Freighters, Inc. truck hits and kills their Good Samaritan husband and father.

The wife, daughter, and parents of a citizen of Mexico recovered $2,000,000.00 as compensation for the loss of their loved one.

The deceased was acting as a Good Samaritan assisting a stranger with a flat tire when he was run over and killed instantly by a Contract Freighters, Inc. 18-wheeler truck. The Defendants vigorously contested liability as a result of a report written shortly after the time of the collision. After thorough investigation and extensive litigation, Plaintiffs' used accident reconstruction and trucking industry experts to show that the initial report was wrong and in fact the truck was at fault at the time of the fatal collision.

**A contingent (%) fee charged on the successful recovery resulted in a fee of $800,000.00 and $32,503.68 in litigation expenses which were reimbursed by the client of the gross settlement amount.

Case 3.

Man accepts $1,000,000 for collision with NationsRent truck.

Our client broke his shoulder and all of his ribs on one side and injured his knee when a NationsRent truck ran a red light striking our client's car. By filing a lawsuit and applying intense litigation pressure on the Defendant and using vigorous discovery methods, we learned that the trucking company had violated numerous federal motor carrier safety regulations that directly led to the collision. After an excellent physical recovery, our client accepted a settlement from NationsRent and their Insurance Company, The Travelers Indemnity Company that he thought was in his best interest. (NationsRent has since merged with SunBelt Rentals). Settlement efforts resulted in helping client invest some proceeds, resulting in the client's future financial security.

** A contingent (%) fee charged on the successful recovery resulted in a fee of $400.000.00 and $85,000.00 in litigation expenses, which were reimbursed by the client out of the gross settlement amount.

Case 4.

Parents awarded $800,000.00 for the loss of their adult son who was killed by Contract Freighters, Inc. 18-wheeler truck.

The parents of the deceased were the only recipients of an award of $800,000.00 for the death of a Mexican citizen living in Texas who was killed when struck by a big rig. The Defendants vigorously contested liability as a result of a report written shortly after the time of the collision. After thorough investigation and extensive litigation, Plaintiffs' used accident reconstruction and trucking industry experts to show that the initial report was wrong and in fact the truck was at fault at the time of the fatal collision.

**A contingent (%) fee charged on the successful recovery resulted in a fee of $320,000.00 and $34,252.61 in litigation expenses which were reimbursed by the client of the gross settlement amount.

Case 5.

When a child dies, there is no compensation that can ever satisfy. What Jason January did for a grieving family is what he does on every case. Compassion, professionalism and emotional stability... so you can properly grieve. Confidential settlement.

A confidentiality agreement denies us discussion of the particulars of this case, but it clearly shows what Jason January brings to bear in every case he handles, a loyal and knowing hand to help guide you through the emotional minefield of tragedy and loss. In this instance, the ultimate price was paid, the death of a beautiful 17-year-old girl. The settlements against several insurance companies resulted in substantial confidential settlements.

Case 6

Jury awards totals $3,000,000 for medical malpractice victim

Our client Paul McEwen was given an exceedingly large dosage of a toxic prescription medication by his doctor and that drug gave him cancer. His cancer was misdiagnosed and he underwent unnecessary and useless chemotherapy. His doctors told him had less than 6 months to live. A new doctor discovered the misdiagnosis and the cancer was successfully treated. A Tarrant County Jury awarded him a judgment that was approximately three million dollars after adding costs and interest. See news story below...

** A contingent (%) fee charged on the successful recovery resulted in a fee of $704,469 and $103,013.00 in litigation expenses, which were reimbursed by the client out of the gross amount.

Case 7.

Confidential amount recovered in a medical malpractice claim.

We represented the parents and common law husband of a previously disabled woman who was paralyzed during a back surgery and died a few months later from a bladder infection. The Defendant healthcare providers claimed to be heroes helping an already extremely ill woman who died from preexisting conditions. We contacted top-notch medical and nursing experts who helped prove that the surgery was done improperly and that death was preventable. Our clients brought a medical malpractice lawsuit and were pleased to exercise their right to settle with several healthcare providers for a confidential amount of money, just before the trial of the matter.

Case 8.

A devastating car wreck was just the beginning. What followed were accusations and Insurance company challenges and denials. Jason January's devoted time and effort on many legal fronts renders a final settlement for $100,007.00!

** A contingent (%) fee charged on the successful recovery resulted in an attorney' fee of $33,335.66 and $1,000.00 in litigation expenses which were reimbursed by the client out of the gross settlement amount.

Case 9.

You're on an icy street in Colorado. Suddenly, a car, on the wrong side of the road is coming directly at you! This is what our client faced resulting in a devastating collision. He suffered leg fractures and other injuries. Jason January negotiated a settlement with Liberty Mutual Insurance for the maximum insurance available-$100,000.00.

A broken leg, knee damage, crushed right wrist, concussion, closed head injuries, multiple contusions and abrasions and sutures near his eyes. This was some kind of collision! Icy roads mixed a driver cited at the scene for speeding and careless driving was the cause and Liberty Mutual Insurance was the focus of Jason January's case resulting in a settlement of $100,000.

** A contingent (%) fee charged on the successful recovery resulted in a combined total discounted fee of $33,333.33 and $360.42 in litigation expenses which were reimbursed by the client out of the gross settlement amount.

Case 10.

Hit head-on, injured couple asks Jason January to take on State Farm and Farmer's Insurance for combined settlement of $80,000.

We represented a married couple who received serious injuries and a total loss of their car in a head-on collision. Our female client suffered neck pain, headaches from a head injury and fractured clavicle. The male suffered cervical sprain and several bulging discs, and severe pain in his lower back. Serious negotiations resulted in the Defendant's automobile insurance company- State Farm Insurance Company and their own automobile insurance company - Farmers Insurance Company- to settle for a total of $80,000.

** A contingent (%) fee charged on the successful recovery resulted in a fee of $26,666.66 and $4,110.60 in litigation expenses which, were reimbursed by the client out of the grow settlement amount.

Case 11.

Our client, a passenger, lucky to be alive after being dragged face down inside a skidding overturned car 100 feet across the asphalt pavement! A Hollywood stunt? No. A $70,000 settlement from State Farm and USAA Insurance companies? Yes..

Hitting a curb, striking a light pole, going airborne, hitting a guardrail, flipping over and skidding upside down for 100 feet. That's not the kind of joyride our client envisioned when he accepted this ride. Nor could he imagine the serious and traumatic injuries he received including surgeries, hospitalizations and ongoing plastic surgery. After serious negotiations with both the insurance company of the driver and his own insurance company, State Farm Insurance and USAA, paid a combined settlement of $70,000.

**A contingent (%) fee charged on the successful recovery resulted in a fee of $23,332.00 was reimbursed by the client of the gross settlement amount.

Case 12

The worst case of luck. Client suffers not only injury in accident, but police impound and sell car without his approval or knowledge! Jason January's internal affairs investigation saves the day with a settlement of $60,000 against Scottsdale Insurance Company.

Hit by a red-light runner and injured, our client retained Jason January for the pursuit of personal injury claims and property damage costs. But the saga covering multiple states and police pound & internal affairs departments ended up in costing Scottsdale Insurance $60,000.

** A contingent (%) fee charged on the successful recovery resulted in a combined total fee of $20,000.00 and $100.00 in litigation expenses which were reimbursed by the client out of the gross settlement amount.

Case 13.

ALLIED WASTE SYSTEMS, INC. garbage truck hits lady client. A 55,000-pound garbage truck, to be exact. Jason January, P.C., was called to clean up the mess. Litigation resulted in a $51,000.00 settlement.

Hit from behind by a huge, ALLIED WASTE SYSTEMS INC. garbage truck, our client was not only first hit from behind, but next thrown into another truck stopped in front of her. No warning, no horn, no screeching of tires, just a huge multiple impact changing our client's life. ALLIED WASTE SYSTEMS, INC. and their insurance company- AIG Insurance- were taken to court by Jason January for a final settlement of $51,000. The defense was represented by The Bassett Firm. Through post-settlement negotiations, the client was able to retain even more of the original settlement.

**A contingent (%) fee charged on the successful recovery resulted in a fee of $17,000 and $423.20 in litigation expenses which were reimbursed by the client of the gross settlement amount.

Case 14

56-year-old working grandmother and church choir leader hit "out of nowhere"... to a settlement "tune" of $37,000 from State Farm Insurance Company.

Seriously injured with a broken foot, head trauma and herniated disc after a car pulled out from between two buildings which resulted in a collision, our client, a 56 year old grandmother, let Jason January secure a settlement enabling her to not miss a moment of joy with her grandson. Post settlement efforts and negotiations helped client retain more of her proceeds.

** A contingent (%) fee charged on the successful recovery resulted in a fee of $12,333.33 and $158.32 in litigation expenses which, were reimbursed by the client out of the grow settlement amount.

Case 15.

Uninsured drunk driver hits our client stopped at tollbooth. Jason January secures settlement for $30,000 from State Farm Insurance.

Stopped at a tollbooth, our client was violently rear ended by a driver who was immediately arrested for drunk driving at the scene.

Our client fractured his nose, injured his neck, back and spine in the collision resulting in nose surgery. His car was a total loss and as the drunken driver was uninsured, Jason January convinced State Farm Insurance Company to tender their insurance limits to our client.

** A contingent (%) fee charged on the successful recovery resulted in a fee of $10,000 and $97.10 in litigation expenses which were reimbursed by the client out of the grow settlement amount.

Case 16.

She beat cancer once, but a reckless driver was waiting in the wings. She beat that too... with a $25,000 settlement from Farmer's Insurance.

After all she had been through in life, a serious collision that threatened to aggravate her cancer recovery was almost a final blow for our client. Serious neck and tissue damage and contusions near the neck area where her cancer had been cornered was in jeopardy.

The insurance claim against Farmer's Insurance Company, which Jason January pursued, led to a final settlement of $25,000.

**A contingent (%) fee charged on the successful recovery resulted in a fee of $8,333.33 and $40.27 in litigation expenses which were reimbursed by the client of the gross settlement amount.

Case 17.

Our client was not only victim of a red-light runner, but a slow and difficult Travelers Insurance Company to settle. Jason January changed that in to a $25,000 settlement.

A mother and father of two daughters were blind-sided and struck

at an intersection by an 18 year old running a red light at a high rate of speed. Their car was totaled and the father, sitting on the side of impact, suffered stretching and tearing in 4 vertebrae of his neck.

Not only did Travelers insurance drag out agreeing that their car was a total wreck, they rebuffed all efforts to be reasonable, until Jason January, P.C. entered the picture. Car replaced. Bills paid.

** A contingent (%) fee charged on the successful recovery resulted in a combined total fee of $8,333.34 which was reimbursed by the client out of the gross settlement amount.

Case 18.

Jason January helps his innocent 17-year-old student client, receive the maximum $25,000 settlement from State Farm Insurance Company for frightening collision.

Our client, a 17-year-old student, was seriously injured and his truck totaled when a previously convicted drunk driver collided with him while attempting to pass in a no passing zone.

The aspiring track star suffered a concussion, swollen neck, lower back and leg injuries. His injuries caused him to suffer severe memory loss, irritability, a drop in his grades, and depression. After negotiations with State Farm County Mutual Insurance Company of Texas, the client accepted a settlement of $25,000- which was the maximum amount of coverage available in this case. After a grueling but successful physical recovery, this young man is now off defending our country overseas as a member of the U.S. Armed Forces.

** A contingent (%) fee charged on the successful recovery resulted in a fee of $8,333.33 and $281.75 in litigation expenses which, were reimbursed by the client out of the grow settlement amount.

Case 19.

Our client unwittingly shows backseat full of co-workers how traumatic it can be to become a victim of a rear end collision. Not looking back, Jason January reaches a combined settlement total of $20,374.18 from GEICO direct & Allstate Insurance Companies.

We represented a 51-year old working Mom of three (a Dallas County School bus driver) when she was rear-ended while stopped in traffic. Two co-workers were in the backseat and all three were removed by ambulance suffering from multiple injuries requiring various therapies and medications.

Januarylaw represented all the victims and negotiated a final total collective settlement of $20,374.18.

** A contingent (33 1/3%) fee charged on the successful recovery resulted in a combined total fee of $6790.72 and $588.90 in litigation expenses which were reimbursed by the client out of the grow settlement amount.

Case 20.

It all came crashing down! Our client's dangerous day at Wal-Mart leaves her with severe neck pain and a ruined Christmas. Jason January helps her obtain a settlement from Wal-Mart Stores and Claims Management for $13,500.

She was only looking for some Christmas bows. But when a Wal-Mart worker dumped several heavy boxes on top of her head and her shoulder from high above, it was as if the Grinch had shown up. Jason January pursued an investigation and negotiation that eventually resulted in a $13,500.00 settlement.

**A contingent (%) fee charged on the successful recovery resulted in a fee of $4,500, which was reimbursed by the client of the gross settlement amount.

Case 21.

Young father and airline employee was hit coming from church with his sons in the car! Jason January brought it in for a soft landing against America First Insurance Company for a settlement of $12,500.

A client who loved his boys enough to go to church with them every Sunday didn't deserve a violent driver's-side accident by a truck.

Especially since the sons were in the car as well. America First Insurance saw it their way once Jason January took the case. The case resulted in a $12,500.00 settlement.

**A contingent (%) fee charged on the successful recovery resulted in a fee of $4,166.66, which was reimbursed by the client of the gross settlement amount.

Case 22.

Schoolteacher victim of a hit and run still had a lot to learn about uninsured motorist coverage until Jason January held class. Farmer's Insurance Company learned as well, $12,500 worth.

Reckless and shocking with pain and suffering. That's how our client's collision with an uninsured hit and run driver ended. But this schoolteacher knew the case wouldn't end as badly once Jason January, P.C. was retained. Farmer's Insurance Company would settle for $12,500.

** A contingent (%) fee charged on the successful recovery resulted in a combined total discounted fee of $4,166.66 and $7.04 in litigation expenses which were reimbursed by the client out of the gross settlement amount.

Case 23.

Our married clients, riding in their tow truck soon needed the use of another, when hit by a smaller car running a red light. Jason January played traffic guard to obtain $11,182.00 in settlements from Old American County Mutual Fire Insurance Co.

Not just another Sunday drive; our clients were both seriously injured when a car running a red light hit their vehicle. The injuries, therapies and doctor visits were numerous including the trauma of a husband who realizes he was driving when his wife suffered a concussion sitting next to him. A combined settlement was negotiated by Jason January for over ten thousand dollars.

**A contingent (%) fee charged on the successful recovery resulted in a fee of $2,650.00 and $260.00 in litigation expenses which were reimbursed by the client of the gross settlement amount.

Case 24.

After a horrible accident, our client's insurance company does the unthinkable... canceling his coverage just before critical surgery. Now is the time for Jason January to operate on Unum Insurance with a positive diagnosis for $9,428.88 settlement. Mr. January also helped this victim of drunk driving through the social security process.

** A contingent (%) fee charged on the successful recovery resulted in a combined total discounted fee of $2,357.14 and $386.52 in litigation expenses which were reimbursed by the client out of the gross settlement amount.

Case 25.

Semi-truck takes violent toll on tollbooth worker in devastating rear-end wreck. Jason January pulls into the correct-change lane for his client for $9,000.00 settlement against Canal Insurance Company.

Our client suffered multiple injuries after the collision totaled her car and left her with cervical and lumbar spinal pain, tearing of the connective tissues and facet capsules as well as muscle spasms and post-concussion injury to the thoracic spine. Lakeland Logistics of Alma, Inc. paid settlement of $9,000.00

** A contingent (%) fee charged on the successful recovery resulted in a fee of $3,000.00 and $376.43 in litigation expenses, which were reimbursed by the client out of the gross settlement amount.

Case 26.

Your worst fear while legally stopped at a stop sign? Getting horribly rear-ended. This victim came to Jason January, P.C., and got a settlement of $7,500 from GEICO.

Her car was a total loss. Her nerves were shambles. Client's doctor's placed her in physical therapy and prescribed medication for Cervical sprains, Thoracic strains and Lumbar damage.

Held accountable by Mr. January, GEICO insurance on behalf of the inattentive driver negotiated a settlement of $7,500.00. Due to post-settlement negotiations, our client was able to retain even more of her original settlement.

** A contingent (%) fee charged on the successful recovery resulted in a combined total fee of $2,500.00 and $108.50 in litigation expenses which were reimbursed by the client out of the grow settlement amount.

Case 27.

An expectant mother always tries to be careful. Especially 8 months in. Our client slipped up and fell hard on an unmarked wet spot at a restaurant. Jason January served up a settlement against the restaurant and Travelers Property Insurance Company for $7,500.00.

She fell. She hit her head and tailbone hard against the floor. Imagine the panic and life-shattering fear not just for you, but your 8 month unborn baby. This was an after church family dinner that our client would never forget. And neither would the negligent restaurant. Jason January negotiated a settlement with them for over seven thousand dollars. Through post-settlement negotiations, the client was able to retain even more of the original settlement resulting in the client's future financial security.

**A contingent (%) fee charged on the successful recovery resulted in a fee of $2,500.00 and $8.00 in litigation expenses which were reimbursed by the client of the gross settlement amount.

Case 28.

Progressive Insurance thought her violent rear-end accident was only worth $500.00. Jason January was then retained and changed that to a settlement of $6,000.00 after a lawsuit was filed.

Sometimes, if it were left up to the Insurance companies, there would be no settlements at all... even in clear and undisputed cases. Progressive Insurance Company thought that in the case of our client's violent rear-end encounter with their driver, that our client should go away with only $500 to help pay for the medical bills. Jason January raised the bar after he was retained for a final settlement against Progressive for $6,000.00

**A contingent (%) fee charged on the successful recovery resulted in a fee of $2,000.00 and $820.78 in litigation expenses which were reimbursed by the client of the gross settlement amount.

Case 29.

Not only was our client innocent and injured at the scene, but verbally insulted by the belligerent driver who violently collided and damaged her car. Those were fighting words. Jason January finally had Farmers Insurance agreeing to a $3,500.00 settlement.

There are no small cases; in fact, the verbal abuse our client endured at the scene by the foul-mouthed driver of the other vehicle was a big deal to this injured, shaken mother of four. Justice was eventually served by Jason January's settlement of $3,500.00 from Farmers Insurance. Beyond the settlement, further negotiations helped the client retain even more of her final gross settlement.

** A contingent (%) fee charged on the successful recovery resulted in a combined total discounted fee of $500.00 and $100.90 in litigation expenses which were reimbursed by the client out of the gross settlement amount.

Case 30.

A settlement against Old American County Mutual Insurance Company when their driver hit our client and ran. $2,750.00.

Is driving in a single lane of highway so difficult? It is when you're drunk and belligerent! That's why the driver who hit our client from behind fled the scene. But not without being identified. It cost Old American County Mutual Fire Insurance Company for letting their client cross that line.

**A contingent (%) fee charged on the successful recovery resulted in a fee of $916.00 which was reimbursed by the client of the gross settlement amount.

The foregoing results were dependant upon the facts of each case. Even though your case may appear to be similar, every case is different and similar results may not be obtained in your case. Past performance is no guarantee of future results.