The following is a brief description of some of the cases attorney Zohar has been involved in over the years. Attorney Zohar has represented close to 3,000 clients in the state of Florida:
$2,050,000.00 / Auto Accident / Orange County
Client was involved in a multi-vehicle accident on I-4. He spent several days in I.C.U, but thankfully made a recovery. Liability was contested due to the number of vehicles involved.
$1,650,000.00 / Auto Accident /Wrongful Death / Hillsborough County
Client was involved in a fatal car accident involving a truck. The insurance company vehemently contested liability stating that the deceased was driving recklessly.
$750,000.00 / Premises Liability / Hillsborough County
Client was shopping at one of the largest retailers in the U.S. While walking down an aisle, an employee who was assisting another customer dropped a heavy item on top of the client’s head. The client was transported by ambulance from the scene to the ER.
$700,000.00 / Auto Accident / Hillsborough County
Client was involved in a minor impact auto accident. After conservative medical treatment failed, the client had to undergo neck surgery. The at-fault party’s insurance company vigorously defended the claim on the basis that the minimal property damage could not have caused the client’s injuries.
$550,000.00 / Trip-and-Fall / Hillsborough County
While working in her yard, the client stepped into an uncovered cable box. Client had to undergo back surgery as a consequence of her injury. The cable company insisted that they had no knowledge that their cable box was uncovered, but we were able to show that they were previously notified of the dangerous condition.
$500,000 / Auto Accident / Hillsborough County
On his way to work, the client was involved in an automobile accident on I-275. The insurance company tried to argue that another vehicle was partially at-fault for the accident, but they were unsuccessful. Client had to undergo neck surgery as a result of the injuries he sustained.
$490,000.00 / Auto Accident / Hillsborough County
The at-fault party ran a stop sign and violated the client’s right-of-way. The client’s vehicle was rendered a total loss and the client was transported from the scene to the ER. An MRI of the client’s knee showed a torn meniscus, and after conservative care failed, the client had to undergo knee surgery.
$425,000.00 / Auto Accident / Polk County
Client was involved in an automobile accident due to someone else’s negligence. The client’s vehicle sustained severe property damage. Client had to undergo neck surgery due to the injuries he sustained in the accident.
$425,000.00 / Premises Liability / Polk County
Our minor client (who was merely 2 years old ) was playing in the hallway on second floor of her apartment complex when the railing failed. The child fell from the second floor onto the ground below. She was transported to the ER, and thankfully she ultimately made a full recovery.
$400,000 / Slip-and Fall / Hillsborough County
While walking in to one of the largest fast-food chicken restaurant chains in the country to buy lunch, the client slipped on a wet floor. There were no warning signs, and the fast-food chain tried to argue that they had no knowledge of the dangerous condition (the water) on the floor. Client had to undergo back surgery as a result of the injury she sustained in the fall.
$400,000.00 / Slip-and-Fall / Polk County
While in the process of filling up her gas tank at a national gas-station chain, the client slipped and fell due to oil on the ground. The gas-station chain tried to argue that they had no knowledge of the dangerous condition (the oil) on the ground, but they were unsuccessful.
$375,000.00 / Auto Accident / Hillsborough County
Client was involved in a rear-end automobile accident which resulted in minor property damage to the client’s vehicle. The insurance company resisted settling the case for a fair amount, claiming that the alleged injuries could not have resulted from the minor impact.
$325,000.00 / Slip-and-Fall / Hillsborough County
While shopping for flowers at one of the largest supermarket chains in Florida, the client slipped on water that was on the floor. The supermarket chain was unsuccessful in arguing that they didn’t have notice of the dangerous condition, and therefore, they are not liable for the client’s injuries. The client had to undergo back surgery as a consequence of her injury.
$300,000.00 / Slip-and-Fall / Hillsborough County
While trying to enjoy a hockey game at a local arena, the client slipped on liquid that was on the floor. As usual, the management of the facility tried to argue that they are not to blame for the client’s fall and resulting injuries because they were unaware of the dangerous condition (the liquid on the floor). Client had to undergo surgery due to the injury he sustained in the fall.
$275,000.00 / Premises Liability / Brevard County
The client was vacationing with his family on the East coast of Florida at a resort. While trying to open the bi-fold closet doors in his bedroom, the door came off of its hinges and the client sustained a back injury when he tried to catch and balance the bi-fold door.
$250,000.00 / Auto Accident /Hillsborough County
On his way to work the client was rear-ended by an inattentive driver. Client’s vehicle sustained severe damage to its rear. The at-fault party’s insurance company tried to argue that our client came to an abrupt stop and therefore our client was partially at-fault.
$250,000 / Auto Accident / Pinellas County
Our client sustained injuries as a result of the negligence of a driver who was impaired [D.U.I]. The at-fault driver had $50,000 of bodily injury liability coverage available. Despite repeated requests, the at-fault party’s insurance company refused to pay their policy limits, and they ultimately ended up paying five times their policy limit, or $250,000.
$250,000 / Auto Accident / Hillsborough County
Our client was involved in an auto accident and liability was contested. The at-fault party carried $50,000 on bodily injury liability coverage; however, her insurance refused to tender the policy limits. Ultimately, the at-fault party’s insurance company [which is a well recognized, national carrier] agreed to pay five times their policy limits or $250,000.
Disclaimer: Past results are not a guarantee or a prediction of the outcome of any other claims. Each claim presents its own unique legal issues and complexities.