Notable Verdicts & Settlements

Kralovec, Jambois, & Schwartz leads all Illinois practices in total number of major injury cases successfully tried in the State of Illinois. Compensatory awards in KJS cases regularly exceed $1 million, and during the last five years, the firm has won more than $200 million in verdicts and settlements on behalf of its clients.

KJS’ shining record of verdicts and settlements reveals what clients want and need to know about their representation before they enter a lawsuit. Because most firms are not equipped to challenge powerful insurance companies, more injury victims are looking to KJS for strong representation.

More and more KJS-represented cases are helping to define and influence personal injury litigation in Illinois.


Case Results

  • 8 Million

    Daniela Vlahovic v. Catherine Baker, M.D.

    At three separate appointments the plaintiff’s blood pressure was elevated. Blood tests taken demonstrated diabetes. A CT scan showed extensive periventricufar small vessel disease, which is often associated with diabetes and/or hypertension. No treatment was initiated for the continued elevation. Eight days after her third appointment the plaintiff suffered a massive hypertensive hemorrhagic stroke, leaving her with left hemiparesis, some cognitive dysfunction, attention and short-term memory deficits, wheelchair bound, and dependent on 24-hour assistance. Read More…

  • 8 million

    For child suffering cerebral palsy

    $8 million for child suffering cerebral palsy due to delay in delivery.

  • 7.6 million

    Segerberg v. Provena St. Joseph’s Medical Center, 06 L 369 (Will County)

    At the time this was the highest reported medical malpractice jury verdict or settlement in Will County history. This med-mal case involved allegations of failure to accurately interpret fetal monitoring strips leading to uterine rupture and an hypoxic ischemic brain injury to the baby.

     

  • 7.5 million

    Delay in delivery causes cerebral palsy

    $7.5 million for child suffering cerebral palsy due to delay in delivery .

  • 7.1 million

    Mr. Woodward, a Louisiana man, died along with 46 other passengers

    Estate of Bryan Woodward, deceased v Comair, et al. $7,100,000 (Mr. Woodward, a Louisiana man, died along with 46 other passengers in Lexington, Kentucky, when Comair Flight 5191 attempted to take-off from a runway that was too short).