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Past Verdicts, Settlements & Awards

The Law Offices of Carl D. Barnes represents individuals who have been injured by the negligence of individuals, businesses, and other parties.

We invite you to continue reading for a sampling of our firm’s past verdicts, settlements, and awards. Otherwise, please call our Pasadena law office at 213-487-5200 to speak to an attorney or to schedule a free consultation.

Past Case Results

$25 million recovered for electrical shock injury

$3.6 million recovered for client who suffered an electrical shock from a drill motor defect.

$3.1 million recovered for client whose right hand was crushed and who suffered a burst fracture of the T-12 vertebrae in an accident caused by tire failure and tread separation that caused the vehicle rollover.

$3 million recovered for woman who suffered brain damage. While driving a car, she was hit by flying lumber that fell from a truck

$2 million recovered when a hotel fire caused guests to jump to their deaths.

$1.25 million recovered for a delivery man who lost his leg. He slipped on lettuce that was left on a ramp.

$1.25 million recovered for a water skier that was hit by a drunk boat driver.

$1.1 million recovered for a young woman who suffered brain damage as a result of her accident. In the case, there was a dispute as to which driver crossed the double yellow lines and caused the accident.

$1 million recovered for a hotel guest who slipped and fell in a shower.

This is an attorney advertisement. Prior results do not guarantee similar outcome.