Our Case Results
When it comes to your future it is important that you work with experienced and reliable attorneys. The attorneys at Nielsen & Mukerji, LLP have a track record of success that speaks for itself. Every injured individual deserves a fighting chance to receive the compensation that they deserve. Here you can look through our past cases results to see the amount of dedication and commitment that we have for our clients. We are on your side and will fight the insurance companies and big businesses in court. No matter what situation you find yourself facing, it is important that you seek reliable legal counsel. We understand that suffering injuries at the hands of others can be frustrating and we have been able to assist hundreds of individuals in achieving the most desirable outcomes in their cases and we can help you! Contact us today to speak with our reputable personal injury attorneys to schedule your free case evaluation.
Case Settled - Electrocution
The team of Nielsen & Mukerji, LLP settled a case in early 2012 for $800,000, where two clients were electrocuted. Both clients worked for the same Subcontractor. That Subcontractor as well as a second Subcontractor were hired by a General Contractor to mix and pour cement at a commercial construction site. An employee of the second Subcontractor drove a boom truck into power lines, and the lines came down where they electrocuted the two clients. Both were permanently disabled as a result of the accident.
Case Won - Head-on Collision
Attorney Eric Nielsen represented the widow of a cabdriver who died in a head-on collision after another driver went over the median and ended up in the cabdriver's lane. The at-fault driver only had a $20,000 policy. Upon reviewing the case, attorney Nielsen sent a "Stowers Demand Letter" to the at-fault's insurance company, which, in effect, states that if they didn't tender the $20k, the insured at-fault party would be able to come after the insurance company for ANY verdict in excess of the $20,000 policy limits. Still, the insurance company refused to pay the $20,000. At trial, a verdict was passed down for nearly $800,000. The insurance company refused to pay anything in excess of the $20,000, so they appealed the verdict and the effectiveness of the Stower's demand letter. The Texas Court of Appeals upheld the verdict and the Stower's letter. After the Texas Supreme Court refused to hear the case, the original defendant sued her own insurance company for negligently and, in bad faith, not paying the policy limits of $20,000. The at-fault insurance company finally decided to settle for $1,000,000 which included pre-judgment and post-judgment interest, as well as attorney's fees, etc.
Case Settled - 18-wheeler Collision
Attorney Sam Mukerji settled a case recently where a woman had a surgical recommendation for her neck and lower back from an orthopedic surgeon. She didn't want to get the surgery at the time because she was young. Attorney Mukerji was able to convince the 18-wheeler's insurance company that she would definitely get surgery and the case settled at mediation for $215,000.
Case Settled - 18-wheeler Collision
Attorney Sam Mukerji settled a case where a woman had a recommendation for surgery on her neck after she was rear-ended by an 18-wheeler. She did not go to the E.R., but felt pain the next day and received chiropractic treatment. While the treatment helped a bit, the chiropractor realized that her ongoing pain may be something more serious and ordered an MRI, which showed a large herniated disc in her neck. The case settled for $115,000.
Case Settled - Bicycle / Car Collision
The team of Nielsen & Mukerji, LLP settled a case where a man was riding his bike down a busy street in Houston. He was riding it legally and yet was hit from behind by a commercial van. His head struck the van's windshield, cracking it, and then his head hit the ground. The client suffered slight loss of vision in one eye. The case settled for $200,000 at mediation, after the at-fault's insurance company initially denied total responsibility.