The following are results that we have achieved for actual clients. The facts of individual cases vary and these are not necessarily indicative of the value of another case. These results can be helpful to illustrate the experience of the team of lawyers at The Yost Legal Group.
$7,000,000 Defective Pharmaceutical Settlement
Middle-aged woman injured as a result of taking defective pharmaceutical, suffered complete disability, shortened life and terminal illness. Confidentiality agreement as to parties’ identities.
$4,300,000 Sex Abuse Settlement
A case involving clergy sex abuse.
$4,250,000 Medical Malpractice – Paraplegia/Surgical Error Settlement
Doctor’s error caused child to be paralyzed. One sedated child was dropped off operating table. The parties’ names are confidential.
$3,500,000 Defective Pharmaceutical Settlement
Woman suffered death as a result of defective pharmaceutical after prolonged period of disability. Confidentiality agreement as to parties’ identities.
$3,000,000 Traumatic Brain Injury/School Bus Accident Settlement
Two brothers were struck by their school bus driver after being dropped off by the bus. The one brother sustained minor injuries and the other brother sustained a traumatic brain injury. The case settled on the scheduled trial date.
$2,500,000 Defective Pharmaceutical Settlement
Middle-aged man requires heart surgery after taking defective pharmaceutical.
$2,500,000 Defective Drug Settlement
A newborn baby suffered death after being given a defective drug.
$2,374,874 Lead Paint Poisoning VerdictPlaintiff was lead-poisoned while living in an old and poorly maintained home from the time of his birth in 1993 through 1995. During that time, the plaintiff was exposed to defective and dangerous flaking, chipping and peeling lead-based paint. As a result of that exposure, the plaintiff suffered from severe intellectual, behavioral and cognitive disabilities. The jury awarded $2,374,874 to the plaintiff to cover all of his harms and losses.
$2,000,000 Product Liability Settlement
Product liability case – Confidential product details.
$1,900,000 Lead Paint Poisoning SettlementTwin girls were exposed to toxic lead paint in a Baltimore rental property between 1996 and 1998. Testing revealed that both girls were found to have lead levels more than 400% higher than the current action level for pediatricians set by the CDC. In 1998 one of the girls was diagnosed with a speech disorder, and at age 19 her reading ability was at the level of a 4th grader. The other twin had behavior problems starting around age 3, which continued into her adult life. The mother and daughters settled their case against the Landlord before trial for $1,900,000.
$1,725,936 Lead Paint Poisoning VerdictThe plaintiff who was lead-poisoned as a child while living in a home that the landlord knew to contain lead-based paint throughout the property. But the landlord neglected to make repairs to stop the chipping and peeling lead-based paint. The plaintiff struggled academically and his cognitive difficulties prevented him from reaching his full potential. The jury awarded the plaintiff $1,725,936 to compensate him for the economic impact his lead exposure caused.
$1,500,000 Medical Malpractice Settlement
Malpractice over a medication that caused death.
$1,500,000 Auto Accident Settlement
Settlement reached regarding death of mother in auto accident.
$1,400,000 Pharmaceutical Drug Settlement
A pharmaceutical drug caused serious harm to our client.
$1,267,500 Motorcycle Wrongful Death CaseIn June 2021, our client was traveling on a 45-mph roadway when a Chevy Suburban traveling in the opposite direction, made a sudden left-hand turn into his pathway. Our client’s motorcycle struck the passenger side of the Chevy Suburban and he was thrown from the motorcycle and struck the pavement where he died immediately from the impact. We investigated the case and found video and camera footage from nearby businesses that captured the accident as it occurred. There was no question that the Defendant was negligent in turning directly in front of the motorcycle that had the right of way. The Defendant tried to allege that the accident was also caused by the fact that the motorcycle was significantly exceeding the speed limit. We retained a very qualified expert to evaluate the Defendant’s allegations. Based on analysis of the video footage, information from the vehicle, and other physical evidence, he offered expert testimony that the accident would have happened regardless of the motorcycle driver’s speed because the driver of the Chevy Suburban turned directly in front of the motorcyclist. At the end of the trial, The Yost Legal Group lawyers successfully argued that the family of the deceased should be awarded the full amount available under Maryland law. The family was awarded the maximum permitted amount allowed in Maryland of $1,267,500.
$1,200,000 Commercial Transit Bus Runs Stop Sign VerdictA passenger in a car was on his way to a family member’s funeral when he was severely injured. A transit bus operator failed to obey a stop sign. The man suffered fractures to his shoulder blade, right wrist and right femur that required multiple corrective surgeries totaling $85,000 in medical expenses. The bus company’s last offer was $230,000. In April 2017, the jury awarded $1.2 million dollars after a three day trial. The verdict was reduced to $855,000 because of Maryland’s cap on non-economic damages. “Our goal is to hold corporations that needlessly harm individuals fully accountable for their actions.” – Mike Pulver, Attorney with Yost Legal Group
$1,200,000 Lead Paint Poisoning Settlement
Lead Paint Poisoning case settled before trial.
$1,150,000 Auto Accident Settlement
A married woman in her 50′s was hit by a company truck driven by an unlicensed illegal alien.
$1,000,000 Lead Paint Settlement
We settled a lead paint case where two children were compensated for developing ADHD and behavioral problems from exposure to lead based paint.
$833,000 Lead Paint Poisoning SettlementTwo-year-old child was poisoned by lead based paint and we got the landlord to settle this case, to help cover the cost of care for the child.