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CASE RESULTS


THE FOLLOWING IS A SAMPLE OF OF THE THOUSANDS OF SUCCESSFUL RECOVERIES WE HAVE MADE ON BEHALF OF CATASTROPHICALLY INJURED VICTIMS.

Note: The following accounts have either been published previously by various entities unrelated to The Smith Law Center and/or The Brain Injury Law Center, or have been prepared by us for dissemination to our website visitors. The results obtained in specific cases depend on a variety of factors. It is generally impossible to know all factors that have influenced a specific result or an accumulation of specific results. Each legal matter consists of circumstances that are peculiar or unique to the specific case. The results obtained under one case cannot be a predictor of the results likely to be obtained in another case involving different circumstances. Individuals should draw no conclusions about their particular legal matter based on these accounts.

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Verdicts & Settlements

Trial for Gas Station Manager Results – Verdict in Mild Head Injury

 

Awarded: $60,264,823.00

Summary: MANASSAS, Virginia – A jury awarded over $60 million to a Williamsburg man injured when a Norfolk Southern train derailed and sent two cars careening into the RaceTrac service center he managed.

Trial for Woman with Brain Injury Settles Two Days Into Trial

 

Awarded: $14,590,000.00

Summary: MANASSAS, Virginia – Motorcycle dealer and tire manufacturers settled for installation of defective inner tube in the rear tire of a Harley Davidson motorcycle that failed, causing a brain injury to a female passenger.

Jury Awards Record Verdict – Largest Slip & Fall Verdict in VA history

 

Awarded: $12,264,302.00

Summary: HAMPTON, Virginia – Jury awards a record verdict against Miller Mart for mild traumatic brain injury from a slip and fall. This was the largest slip and fall verdict in Virginia history at the time.

Jury Awards Record Verdict of $10,220,667.98 to a Woman With a Closed Head Injury Against Trucking Company

 

Awarded: $10,220,667.98

Summary: NORFOLK, Virginia – Jury awards a record verdict against Werner Transportation for the victim’s mild traumatic brain injury a from crash. Believed to be the largest personal injury verdict in Norfolk, Virginia history.

Award for a Man’s Mild Traumatic Brain Injury From a Building Crash

 

Awarded: $10,000,000.00

Summary: NORFOLK, Virginia – Company pays $10,000,000.00 to man for a mild traumatic brain injury he sustained in a building crash.

Chambers County Woman Who Suffered Traumatic Brain Injury in Collision with Commercial Vehicle

 

Awarded: $8,000,000.00

Summary: CHAMBERS COUNTY, Alabama – Terms of case are confidential.

Jury Awards Record in Mild Head Injury Case

 

Awarded: $7,500,000.00

Summary: HAMPTON, Virginia – A Hampton jury awarded a record $7.5 million to a woman who suffered from a brain injury during a car accident.

Virginia Supreme Court Upholds Largest Personal Injury Verdict of 2001

 

Awarded: $5,200,000.00

Summary: RICHMOND, Virginia – The Virginia Supreme Court upheld a $5.2 million verdict in favor of a special-education teacher who suffered serious injuries in a six vehicle wreck with a tractor-trailer leaking diesel fuel on Interstate 95.

Award to School Librarian for Mild Traumatic Brain Injury in Auto Wreck

 

Awarded: $4,750,000.00

Summary: HAMPTON, Virginia – Company pays $4,750,000.00 to school librarian for mild traumatic brain injury in auto wreck.

Jury Awards $4,100,000.00 to School Principal for Mild Traumatic Brain Injury

 

Awarded: $4,100,000.00

Summary: HAMPTON, Virginia – Middle school principal suffers mild traumatic brain injury in auto wreck.

Award for Woman Who Received Closed Head Injury in Commercial Establishment

 

Awarded: $3,750,000.00

Summary: NORFOLK, Virginia – Terms of case are confidential.

Award to Woman For Closed Head Injury From Collision with Tractor Trailer

 

Awarded: $3,670,000.00

Summary: TULSA, Oklahoma – Trucking company pays woman $3.67 million for mild traumatic brain injury suffered in highway collision.

Award for Man Who Received Closed Head Injury in Commercial Establishment

 

Awarded: 3,250,000.00

Summary: NEWPORT NEWS, VIRGINIA – Terms of case are confidential.

Award to a Truck Driver for Work-Site Injury

 

Awarded: $3,200,000.00

Summary: HAMPTON, Virginia – Company pays $3,200,000.00 to truck driver for an injury in a work site wreck.

Award to a Truck Driver for Work-Site Injury

 

Awarded: $3,200,000.00

Summary: HAMPTON, Virginia – Company pays $3,200,000.00 to truck driver for an injury in a work site wreck.

Award for Florence County Woman for Closed Head Injury in Crash with Cement Truck

 

Awarded: $3,000,000.00

Summary: FLORENCE COUNTY, South Carolina – Cement truck strikes plaintiff’s car, resulting in mild traumatic brain injury.

Jury Awards to Part-Time Pharmacist for Mild Traumatic Brain Injury

 

Awarded: $3,000,000.00

Summary: HAMPTON, Virginia – Part time pharmacist suffers mild traumatic brain injury in auto wreck.

HRT Bus Company Pays to Woman with Closed Head Injury from Hampton Roads Bridge Tunnel Wreck

 

Awarded: $3,000,000.00

Summary: HAMPTON, Virginia – The Hampton Roads Transportation District has entered into a settlement in the amount of $3,000,000.00 for injuries a woman sustained in a crash in the Hampton Roads Bridge Tunnel.

Williamsburg Woman Awarded $2,900,000.00 in Tractor-Trailer Accident for Mild Head Injury

 

Awarded: $2,900,000.00

Summary: WILLIAMSBURG, Virginia – A Williamsburg woman has received $2.9 million in a settlement with a shoe company whose tractor-trailer rig struck her car from behind and left her with permanent brain injuries.

Cyclist Struck by Passing Truck’s Side Mirror Awarded for Mild Head Injury

 

Awarded: $2,400,000.00

Summary: VIRGINIA BEACH, Virginia – A Virginia Beach chiropractor struck on the head by the side mirror of a passing truck as he rode a bicycle has received $2.4 million in a settlement with the driver of the truck and his employer.

Jury Awards $2,250,000.00 Against Pier 1 Imports for Mild Head Injury in Falling Merchandise Case

 

Awarded: $2,250,000.00

Summary: RICHMOND, Virginia.

Award of $2,000,000.00 to a Georgia Man for Mild Head Injury Due to Collision with Hauling Company’s Equipment

 

Awarded: $2,000,000.00

Summary: DALLAS, Georgia – Hauling company pays $2 million to man who suffered a mild traumatic brain injury.

Award for $2,000,000.00 for Woman Truck Driver for Mild Traumatic Brain Injury

 

Awarded: $2,000,000.00

Summary: RICHMOND, Virginia – Company pays woman $2,000,000.00 for a mild traumatic brain injury she suffered while making a delivery.

Award for $2,200,000.00 for Child Injured By a Hospital in Surgery for a Brain Injury

 

Awarded: $2,200,000.00

Summary: OPELOUSAS, Louisiana – Hospital pays $2,200,000 to child due to brain injury from surgery.

Award of $2,000,000.00 for Mild Head Injury for Woman in Collision

 

Awarded: $2,000,000.00

Summary: NORFOLK, Virginia.

Woman With Mild Head Injury Awarded $1,975,000.00 After First Day of Trial

 

Awarded: $1,975,000.00

Summary: RICHMOND, Virginia – A Maryland woman suffered a mild head injury after an auto accident.

USPS Settles Suit For $1,760,000.00

 

Awarded: $1,760,000.00

Summary: RICHMOND, Virginia – The family of a Richmond woman killed in a traffic crash on Interstate 64 near Laburnum Avenue settled against the U.S. Postal Service for $1.76 million.

South Carolina Resort Award of $1,750,000.00 In Collapse of Rental Bicycle; Largest in State History for Mild Traumatic Brain Injury

 

Awarded: $1,750,000.00

Summary: CHARLESTON, South Carolina – A posh Kiawah Island resort has settled for $1.75 million a brain-injury lawsuit that was filed when a New York City stockbroker was injured in the collapse of a rented bicycle.

Award of $1,750,000.00 for a Man in Collision with Steel Hauling Company

 

Awarded: $1,750,000.00

Summary: ACCOMACK COUNTY, Virginia – Steel hauling company pays $1,750,000.00 to man with mild traumatic brain injury

Award of $1,750,000.00 for Mild Head Injury for Woman on Motorcycle in Car Collision

 

Awarded: $1,750,000.00

Summary: YORK COUNTY, Virginia.

Jury Awards $1,750,000.00 to Hair Stylist for Arm Injury

 

Awarded: $1,750,000.00

Summary: ISLE of WIGHT COUNTY, Virginia – Hair stylist awarded after suffering an arm injury in car wreck.

Award for $1,175,00.00 for Woman Injured by Hospital in Surgery for Mild Traumatic Brain Injury

 

Awarded: $1,750,000.00

Summary: NORFOLK, Virginia – Hospital pays $1,175,000.00 to woman for mild traumatic brain injury from surgery.

Award of $1,550,000.00 for Mild Head Injury for Man in Collision with Trucking Company

 

Awarded: $1,550,000.00

Summary: NORFOLK, Virginia – Trucking company pays $1,550,000.00 to man with mild traumatic brain injury.

Award of $1,500,000.00 for Mild Head Injury for Man in Collision with Produce Company

 

Awarded: $1,500,000.00

Summary: HAMPTON, Virginia – Produce company pays $1,500,000.00 to man with mild traumatic brain injury.

Award for $1,500,000.00 to Deputy Sheriff for Mild Traumatic Brain Injury in Auto Wreck

 

Awarded: $1,500,00.00

Summary: NEWPORT NEWS, Virginia – City pays $1,500,000.00 to an off duty deputy sheriff injured in her private vehicle by a city truck.

Award of $1,350,000.00 for Mild Head Injury for Woman in Shipboard Explosion Due to Ship Repair Contractor’s Negligence

 

Awarded: $1,350,000.00

Summary: NORFOLK, Virginia – Ship repair contracting company pays $1,350,000.00 to woman with mild traumatic brain injury.

Award of $1,250,000.00 Police Brutality Suit

 

Awarded: $1,250,000.00

Summary: NEWPORT NEWS, Virginia – The police are supposed “to protect and serve,” Smith said. “It is an outrage that the people of Newport News need protection from attacks by rogue police officers.” Smith, who represents many police officers throughout the commonwealth, said that in no way should this be considered an adverse reflection on the good police officers.

Award of $1,250,000.00 for Mild Head Injury for Man in Collision with Trucking Company

 

Awarded: $1,250,000.00

Summary: NORFOLK, Virginia – Trucking company pays $1,250,000.00 to man with mild traumatic brain injury.

Injury From Collision with Tour Bus

 

Awarded: $1,155,000.00

Summary: BREVARD COUNTY, Florida – Tour Bus Company pays man $1,155,000.00 for mild traumatic brain injury in rear end collision.

Award of $1,100,000.00 for South Carolina Man with Mild Head Injury in Auto Accident Case

 

Awarded: $1,100,000.00

Summary: GREENVILLE, South Carolina – Company paid $1,100,000.00 to a man with mild traumatic brain injury.

Award of $1,100,000.00 to Woman For Closed Head Injury From Low Speed Collision with Tractor Trailer

 

Awarded: $1,100,000.00

Summary: NEWPORT NEWS, Virginia – Trucking Company pays woman $1,100,000.00 for mild traumatic brain injury in low speed collision.

Award for $1,100,000.00 for Man Injured in Car Wreck for Mild Traumatic Brain Injury

 

Awarded: $1,100,000.00

Summary: CHESAPEAKE, Virginia – Company pays man $1,100,000.00 for mild traumatic brain injury from car wreck.

Award for $1,000,000.00 for Woman Injured in Minor Car Wreck for Mild Traumatic Brain Injury

 

Awarded: $1,000,000.00

Summary: ROCKLEDGE, Florida – Company pays woman $1,000,000.00 for mild traumatic brain injury from car wreck with minimal property damage.

Award of $1,000,000.00 for Mild Head Injury for Man in Shipboard Explosion Due to Ship Repair Contractor’s Negligence

 

Awarded: $1,000,000.00

Summary: NORFOLK, Virginia – Ship repair contracting company pays $1,000,000.00 to man with mild traumatic brain injury.

Award of $1,000,000.00 to Woman For Closed Head Injury From Auto Collision

 

Awarded: $1,000,000.00

Summary: BREVARD COUNTY, Florida – Woman receives $1,000,000.00 for mild traumatic brain injury in collision.

Award of $1,000,000.00 for Death of Elderly Man in Due to Faulty Repairs to His Automobile by Auto Repair Company

 

Awarded: $1,000,000.00

Summary: NEWPORT NEWS, Virginia – Auto repair company pays $1,000,000.00 to estate of man.

Jury awards $1,000,000.00 to Retired Veteran for Burns in Rooming House Without Smoke Detectors

 

Awarded: $1,000,000.00

Summary: HAMPTON, Virginia – Retired veteran suffers burns in fire in rooming house with no smoke detectors.

Jury Awards $988,000.00 to Woman Who Slipped and Fell on Wet Floor Stuckey’s Restaurant

 

Awarded: $988,000.00

Summary: SPOTSYLVANIA COUNTY, Virginia – Jury awards $988,000.00 to a woman who fell on wet floor in a restroom and suffered mild traumatic brain injury.

$900,000.00 Award for Motorcyclist with Mild Traumatic Brain Injury

 

Awarded: $900,000.00

Summary: PORTSMOUTH, Virginia – Motorcyclist awarded $900,000.00.

Award of $900,000.00 for Mild Head Injury for Woman in Collision with Dump Truck

 

Awarded: $900,000.00

Summary: HAMPTON, Virginia – Hauling company pays $900,000.00 to woman with mild traumatic brain injury.

Cyclist Suffers Mild Head Injury, Receives $895,000.00 Award

 

Awarded: $895,000.00

Summary: GLOUCESTER COUNTY, Virginia.

Award of $800,000.00 to Man For Closed Head Injury From Collision

 

Awarded: $800,000.00

Summary: CHESAPEAKE, Virginia – Company pays man $800,000.00 for mild traumatic brain injury in collision.

Award of $750,000.00 to Man For Closed Head Injury From Low Speed Collision

 

Awarded: $750,000.00

Summary: SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – Company pays man $750,000.00 for mild traumatic brain injury in low speed collision.

Award $750,000.00 for Man Beaten by Police in Mistaken Identity for Mild Traumatic Brain Injury

 

Awarded: $750,000.00

Summary: VIRGINIA BEACH, Virginia – $750,000.00 awarded to a man for mild brain injury from beating and false arrest.

Award of $700,000.00 to Estate of Woman in Truck Collision

 

Awarded: $700,000.00

Summary: ADA, Oklahoma – Company pays estate of woman $700,000.00 for collision.

$700,000.00 Awarded to Woman With Traumatic Brain Injury for Auto Accident

 

Awarded: $700,000.00

Summary: HAMPTON, Virginia

Jury Awards $685,000.00 to Man for Neck Injury in Car Wreck

 

Awarded: $685,000.00

Summary: HAMPTON, Virginia – Jury awards man $685,000.00 to man for neck injury in car wreck.

Company Pays $680,000.00 to Man Injured in Car Wreck for Mild Traumatic Brain Injury

 

Awarded: $680,000.00

Summary: NEWPORT NEWS, Virginia – Company pays man $680,000.00 for mild traumatic brain injury from car wreck.

Award of $650,000.00 for Man Injured in Car Wreck for Mild Traumatic Brain Injury.

 

Awarded: $650,000.00

Summary: NEWPORT NEWS, Virginia – Man paid $650,000.00 for mild traumatic brain injury from car wreck.

Award of $650,000.00 for Man Injured in Car Wreck for Mild Traumatic Brain Injury.

 

Awarded: $650,000.00

Summary: NEWPORT NEWS, Virginia – Man paid $650,000.00 for mild traumatic brain injury from car wreck.

Award of $637,500.00 to Woman For Closed Head Injury From Low Speed Collision

 

Awarded: $675,000.00

Summary: NORFOLK, Virginia – Company pays woman $675,000.00 for mild traumatic brain injury in low speed collision.

Jury Awards $550,000.00 to Man for Neck Injury in Car Wreck

 

Awarded: $550,000.00

Summary: NEWPORT NEWS, Virginia – Man awarded $550,000.00 for broken ankle in car wreck.

Jury Awards $550,000.00 to Bank Teller Injured in Car Wreck for Mild Traumatic Brain Injury

 

Awarded: $550,000.00

Summary: NEWPORT NEWS, Virginia – Jury awards bank teller $550,000.00 for mild traumatic brain injury from car wreck.

$500,000.00 Award for Police Officer Injured While Directing Traffic for Back Injury

 

Awarded: $500,000.00

Summary: NEWPORT NEWS, Virginia – Award for police officer for back injury while directing traffic.

Award of $500,000.00 to Florida Man Who Suffered a Mild Head Injury Due to Slip and Fall at Home Depot

 

Awarded: $500,000.00

Summary: ROCKLEDGE, Florida.

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If you or a relative had a severe reaction to military housing mold, it might be time to talk with a toxic mold lawyer. Mold is everywhere, and can be dangerous. Researchers have linked mold to serious respiratory illnesses in some individuals.

Smith Law Center may be able to help if a property owner failed to keep you safe from mold in your military housing. We are one of Virginia’s oldest and most successful firms. We know how to hold negligent property owners responsible, especially when the military is involved.

Call us at (757) 244-700 or contact us online to set up a free consultation. There’s no fee for learning more about Virginia mold laws, your rights, and your legal options.

Mold in Military Housing

Black mold in military housing became widely known when Reuters published an investigation in 2018. Since then, the Department of Defense and the housing providers were supposed to take steps to improve the situation.

Unfortunately, a 2020 audit by the DoD Office of Inspector General found many issues, including the need for mold remediation, still persist.

Monetary Awards in Military Housing Toxic Mold Cases

If the property owner lets toxic mold run wild and continue to cause you harm, talk with our toxic mold attorneys about filing a lawsuit.

You may receive financial compensation for:

Service members and their families do not receive different types of damages than civilians. These are civil lawsuits in traditional courts of law.

Military Housing Mold Toxicity Symptoms

The Institute of Medicine discovered there was evidence connecting exposure to indoor mold with:

  • Upper respiratory tract symptoms;
  • Coughing;
  • Wheezing;
  • Asthma symptoms in individuals with asthma; and
  • Hypersensitivity pneumonitis in individuals with weak immune systems.

There is also limited evidence that mold causes respiratory illnesses in healthy children or causes people to develop asthma.

Understanding Exposure to Toxic Mold in Military Housing

The topic of toxic mold is complicated. This Is in part because the term “toxic mold” isn’t accurate. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) explains mold isn’t toxic or poisonous. However, some molds are toxigenic, which means they produce toxins called mycotoxins.

Mold is common in military housing because it’ll grow anywhere there’s moisture. That includes on and inside walls, carpet, upholstery, wallpaper, and heating and air conditioning systems. This is especially pronounced in humid conditions such as those present in Virginia.

Some people have no difficulties around mold, even large infestations in their homes. Other individuals are sensitive to molds, including those that produce mycotoxins. Someone can have a severe reaction when exposed to a large amount of mold indoors.

People may be more likely to experience mold toxicity symptoms if they have:

  • Allergies,
  • An underlying lung disease,
  • Immune suppression,
  • Chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder,
  • Asthma, or
  • Another chronic respiratory disease.

Common Types of Military Housing Mold

When you’re trying to learn more from the CDC and other resources, you’ll see the word “fungus” a lot. Mold is a type of fungus, which is something that exists all around us. Fungi are living organisms different from animals, plants, and bacteria. There are over 200,000 types of fungi and over 100,000 types of molds.

If you discovered mold in your military housing, it could be Cladosporium, Penicillium, Stachybotrys chartarum, Aspergillus, or many other types. Stachybotrys is what everyone knows as black mold. Aspergillus is a common indoor fungus, which releases mycotoxins and can cause illness. Your symptoms may resemble common allergy or asthma symptoms.

Who is Liable for Military Housing Mold?

Since 1996, most military housing has come under the management of private companies:

  • Belfour Beatty Communities: Fort Eustis and Fort Story/li>
  • Lincoln Military Housing: Dahlgren, Little Creek, Naval Station Norfolk, Northwest Annex, Oceana, Portsmouth, Quantico, and Yorktown/li>
  • Hunt Military Communities: Fort Lee and Langley AFB

Outside of Virginia, Lendlease and Corvias Military Living are two more housing providers. Together, these five companies formed the Military Housing Association.

Military families living in on-base housing must take their complaints to their private management company — not the military. The company is responsible for providing habitable conditions and making repairs, including mold remediation.

If you’re unsure about your rights, review your state law and local ordinances about mold. In general, it’s the landlord’s responsibility to provide a habitable unit, which means it has to be safe to live in. A unit isn’t safe if it’s causing a tenant health issues due to mold.

The Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act requires landlords to disclose if there’s mold in the written report of the move-in inspection. If a tenant discovers visible mold in the unit, then the Act requires the landlord to remove the mold and relocate the tenant until it’s gone at no additional cost to the tenant.

Unfortunately, many families find their housing providers aren’t receptive to complaints. Attorney Stephen M. Smith has handled many mold lawsuits against military housing providers who fail to abide by their lease terms and the law when it comes to mold remediation and other hazards.

Other Hazards in Military Housing

Many service members and their families deal with uncomfortable, if not hazardous, conditions in privatized military housing, including:

Lead Paint: Lead-based paint can cause headaches, nausea, fatigue, irritability, behavioral problems, learning disabilities, seizures, organ damage, and in extreme cases, death.

Asbestos: Exposure to asbestos harms a person’s lungs, and can lead to lung fibrosis (scarring), lung cancer, and mesothelioma.

Radon: Radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer after smoking. It naturally forms underground, however cracks and gaps in buildings lead to over-exposure indoors.

Poor Water Quality: Dozens of military sites have water with detectable levels of harmful chemicals.

Other issues involve rodent or insect infestations, pesticides, and faulty electrical wiring.

What Happens When a Lot of People Get Sick?

Sometimes mold exposure impacts a single individual or family. However, when the mold spreads throughout military housing, it can impact hundreds or thousands of people.

Occasionally, a large enough group of people are injured to allow for a class action or mass tort lawsuit. A class action lawsuit is one where a class representative acts as the plaintiff on behalf of the group of hurt individuals. Not every victim participates in the lawsuit. There are rules about when a group is big and similar enough to create a class action.

Mass tort lawsuits are different. When there are fewer plaintiffs who have their own set of circumstances, each person files a lawsuit. For efficiency’s sake, one or a couple of law firms may represent most plaintiffs, and the lawsuits are consolidated in a federal court.

Call the Military Housing Mold Lawyers at Smith Law Center for Help Right Away

Mold cases come about in a few ways. You or a loved one may start getting sick, and after weeks or months of struggling to find answers, you finally realize your military housing has a mold infestation. In other cases, you struggle with visible mold and then become ill.

Once you connect the illness with the mold, it’s time to talk with a toxic mold lawyer. Reaching out to an attorney early helps you build a strong compensation claim. We know how to collect evidence, identify who is liable, and craft a successful argument for a settlement or court award.

Attorney Stephen M. Smith has decades of experience handling injury claims and has been internationally recognized for his work. He has litigated cases involving catastrophic injuries and complex legal and scientific issues. In 2019, he was inducted into the Virginia Lawyers Hall of Fame.

You’re in good hands when you come to Smith Law Center for help. Reach out online or call (757) 244-7000 to schedule your 100% free consultation.

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