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Since launching in 2001, Witherite Law Group has helped injured Texans and their families get the money they deserve. We put people first, have expertise and work with absolute integrity in serving our clients and community.
During a jury trial or settlement negotiations, our attorneys have helped many injured Texans receive compensation for medical bills, lost wages, lost earnings, physical pain and emotional suffering due to others’ negligence or intentional acts. Through this method, our firm has earned a solid reputation for matchless personal service, quick resolution, and results.
No attorney can ever guarantee that a case will result in certain victory or that a particular amount will be recovered. However, Witherite Law Group does guarantee that our team will use its experience, determination, and substantial resources to assertively pursue the best verdict or settlement the law and particular facts of the case will allow.
Listed below are just a few of the verdicts and settlements our attorneys have won for our injured clients in Texas, including litigation and negotiation at all levels of the federal and Texas state courts. These clients have benefited from a Texas personal injury and business litigation law firm with the skill, firm dedication, and considerable resources to confront any individual offender, big corporation, or large insurance company. The results we achieve speak for themselves.
Our client was driving on Highway 121 express lane in Bedford and stopped for traffic. An 18 wheeler rear-ended her from behind pushing her into the vehicle ahead of her. She underwent conservative medical care and multiple spinal injections. The trucking company’s insurance company would not offer fair money to settle the case pre-suit, so a lawsuit was filed.
After suit was filed, our client’s low back pain continued and eventually she underwent lumbar fusion surgery. Upon demand, the trucking company’s insurance paid the remainder of the policy limit, $940,000. Her medical bills totaled $761,000.
Our client was driving in Plano on I-635 when she was rear-ended by an 18 wheeler and pushed into the car in front of her. The truck driver claimed a hill did not allow him to see traffic stopped ahead and thus, he was not responsible for causing the wreck. Our client received medical care at the emergency room, chiropractic treatment, and saw a pain management doctor where she underwent multiple spinal nerve injections.
After suit was filed, witness testimony proved the 18 wheeler driver’s story was not true and the 18 wheeler driver should be held responsible. Total settlement of $300,000. Total medical bills $138,000.
Our client, Maria was turning left at an intersection in Fort Worth, when the defendant truck driver made a left hand turn from a straight only lane, striking her vehicle. Maria underwent emergency room care, chiropractic care, and two neck joint injections. The trucking company claimed its driver’s dashcam video showed Maria to be 100% at fault and responsible. After suit was filed, the dashcam was put in perspective and supported her case against the defendant truck driver and trucking company. Total settlement $200,000 with $86,600 in medical bills.
A gravel company failed to keep its truck in safe working condition. As a result, when its driver started out on his early morning 5am trip and saw the light on indicating the dump was raised, the driver didn’t think it was raised and didn’t do what he knew he should’ve have done to ensure it was in the proper position. As the driver started to pass under an overpass, the dump rose up (or according to the company was already raised) and crashed into the overpass leaving debris all over a pitch dark highway and separating the end-dump from the tractor. As JS drove down the highway at highway speeds, he hit the debris left on the roadway, lost control and bounced off the back side of the dump truck. The driver blamed the company and the company blamed its driver. Our client suffered a head injury and back and neck injuries.
Our client was driving in Fort Worth when the defendant driver failed to yield the right of way while cutting across an intersection. The defendant claimed he did nothing wrong. Our client had emergency room care, six months of chiropractic treatment, and one lumbar facet spinal injection. Despite having $40,000 in past medical expenses, the defendant’s insurer refused to pay the $30,000 policy limit and forced the case to trial. We achieved a jury verdict of $162,000. Total past medical expenses were $40,000. Collections against defendant still pending.
Our client was driving in Dallas when an 18 wheeler made an unsafe wide right hand turn striking her vehicle. The truck driver and trucking company denied being responsible and blamed the wreck on Lora. At mediation, the trucking company’s insurance claimed it would never pay over $100,000. Depositions of the 18 wheeler driver and representatives of the trucking company showed multiple violations of federal trucking law.She received a total settlement of $160,000 and her medical bills totaled $48,900.
Dawaylon was driving in Dallas when an 18 wheeler truck driver made an unsafe wide left turn from a non-turn lane and struck his vehicle. The trucking company and its driver blamed Dawaylon for causing the wreck. He had several months of chiropractic care and underwent several lower back injections with a pain management doctor.After suit was filed, depositions of the 18 wheeler driver and representatives of the trucking company showed multiple violations of federal trucking law. Total settlement of $170,000 with $57,800 in medical bills.
Jerrick was driving in Forest Hill when the defendant failed to yield the right of way and caused a wreck. Jerrick underwent chiropractic care, injections to his lower back and shoulder, and was recommended a shoulder surgery. The defendant denied responsibility and her insurance company refused to make an offer.After filing suit and taking the defendant’s deposition, her insurance company finally took responsibility for her causing the wreck.
Total settlement of $100,000 (policy limit – all available insurance). Total medical bills were $71,600.
Amount due to client: $23,400.
A truck driver was in the right lane of I-35 driving 65 mph in heavy rain. The truck driver should have reduced his speed by one third given the hazardous road conditions. He failed to see our client in the left lane, crossed over into the left lane sending our client into a cement divider and sending her out of control across the highway. Unfortunately, the client ended up requiring a two level neck fusion and lived with on-going increased pain in her low back and shoulder before we could get to trial. The insurance company for the trucking company offered $25,000 at mediation and had offered a top offer of $75,000 after three years in litigation. The client’s medical bills totaled approximately $400,000. Shelly Greco and Victor Rodriguez tried the case in Tarrant County for a week and given the testimony elicited, the insurance carrier tendered its $1 million policy to resolve the case prior to closing arguments.
Estimated Amount due to client: $300,000
A trucking company whose driver had repeatedly had time and space driving issues was allowed to continue driving despite on-going reports of reckless driving. The truck driver drove I-30 weekly yet, failed to timely stop in an area known for congestion in Rockwall. Our client, a long-haul truck driver himself, was resting in the sleeper birth while his co-driver was driving. His co-driver stopped timely for traffic and then they were hit from behind. VH was knocked around in the sleeper birth by the impact injuring his neck and shoulder. VH required shoulder surgery and lives with ongoing neck and shoulder pain.
Amount due to client: $150,194.95
Karina was a passenger in her fiancé’s car when a reckless teenager who was speeding crashed into the back of them, causing significant property damage and injuries to both Karina and her fiancé. Karina was a hard working young woman who spent all of her adult life working in call centers and warehouses. The insurance company wanted to blame her neck and back injuries on her work, and only offered $17,000.00 to settle her case. We filed suit, and a few short months later, settled Karina's case for the policy limits of $100,000.00.
Amount due to client: $33,024.73.
Christopher just finished dropping his three year old son off at day care and was on his way to work when a careless driver sped through the intersection and slammed into the driver's side of Christopher’s car. The defendant driver was late to a Zumba class and sped through a red light. Allstate didn’t want to put out a fair offer, and forced us to file suit on Christopher’s behalf. After filing suit and taking Christopher's case to trial, we were able to settle his case.
Amount due to client: $14,317.07
Our client was driving on 287 when he slowed to a complete stop due to traffic ahead of him. An 18-wheeler behind him couldn’t stop in time and rear-ended the client. The truck driver initially tried to claim that the client swerved in front of him and stopped suddenly, but changed his testimony later, stating that he didn’t see the client until seconds before the collision. The client suffered injuries to his neck, low back, shoulder and achilles. He had multiple surgeries for the ruptured achilles, shoulder tear, and herniated disc in his low back. The case was tried and a jury found in favor of the client for a total of $1,320,830.00.
Amount due to client: $309,000.02
Our client was a passenger in a vehicle driven on Hwy 59. A tow truck attempted to make a U-turn in front of client’s vehicle and caused a horrific collision. As a result, our client suffered numerous broken bones and fractures to her pelvis and legs. She was taken to the local hospital and then had to be transported to a Houston surgical hospital in order to be treated for her injuries. She underwent six surgeries at the hospital for her injuries and underwent two more surgeries during the following couple of years. She was then admitted to an in-patient rehab for 1.5 months in order to receive intense therapy for her injuries. Client then underwent out-patient therapy for almost a year. Client also suffered head-trauma leading to migraines, dizziness and severe vertigo. She had to undergo ocular therapy in order to re-center her vision to treat for those symptoms. The case settled for $2,000,000.00. Client received 1 million out of the settlement.
Our client, Thelonda was stopped on the service road of I-45 in Hutchins, Texas. An 18-wheeler driver failed to stop and rear ended her vehicle. The truck driver claimed he never saw Thelonda. As a result of the wreck, she injured her neck, back and shoulder. She received physical therapy for six months and her medical bills totaled $35,000. The 18-wheeler company thought they could defend the claim, but weeks before their depositions they settled.
Amount due to client: $22,059.70.
The defendant driver rear-ended Kendra while she was stopped for a red light. As a result, Kendra injured her neck, back, shoulder and head. She received therapy and steroid injections, incurring $40,000 in medical bills. We settled for policy limits of $30,000 with the defendant's insurer, then settled for the policy limits of $30,000 with client's under-insured protection
Amount due to client: $22,730.99
Calvin was traveling on I-30 one night when another driver recklessly swerved into his lane and hit his car, causing him injuries. Calvin had a lot of back pain from the collision so we recommended pain management doctors that could help. Calvin received two epidural steroid injections in his lower back that significantly helped with his pain. In sum, Calvin’s medical bills were about $46,000. Luckily, the other driver had multiple insurance policies and we were able to settle Calvin’s case at mediation for $135,000.
Amount due to client: $30,674.76
Tiffany was rear-ended in rush hour traffic on I-20 by a driver who admittedly fell asleep at the wheel due to drugs in his system. Once this was discovered, the insurance company was quick to pay out their policy limits of $50,000. Tiffany had $31,000 in medical bills. Her primary injury was to her right shoulder. We helped set her up an appointment to get her relief. She got an injection that helped temporarily, but ultimately a rotator cuff repair was recommended. Tiffany got this done after her case settled and is doing much better.
Amount due to client: $17,080.83
Ashley was driving with her nephew along a street in Fort Worth, preparing to turn into a private drive, when a man failed to control his speed and struck the rear of Ashley’s car. Ashley’s lower back was in constant pain after being rear-ended. She was treated by physical therapists near her to help alleviate the pain. She was then referred out for pain management and ended up getting three injections in her lower back that caused her pain to subside.All of Ashley’s medical treatment cost about $35,000. The defendant driver’s insurance company paid out their policy of $30,000 after a lawsuit was filed and then Ashley’s under-insured motorist coverage kicked in and we settled with them for an additional $17,000.
Amount due to client: $16,482.97
An under-insured driver struck Makala’s vehicle while she was stopped for traffic on I-75. Makala had severe back and head pain due to the wreck. We helped her find a chiropractor for her back and a neurologist for her headaches. After substantial treatment, Makala is doing much better. The at-fault driver’s insurance company paid out their entire policy of $50,000. However, Makala had $70,000 in medical bills, so we demanded that her underinsured motorist coverage come into play. Makala’s insurance company did not agree, so we filed a lawsuit against them. Eventually, we convinced her insurance company to do the right thing and they paid out every penny of Makala’s under-insured motorist policy of $30,000.
Amount due to client: $17,310.13
Reginald was driving from 820 South to I-20 East on his way to work in the early morning before sunrise. An 18 Wheeler driver, who had fallen asleep at the wheel, ran off the highway and crashed, leaving an axle and wheels in the exit ramp. Reginald crashed into the axel and wheels and was injured. The defense argued their driver had a medical emergency and died of a heart attack and therefore the company was not liable. Reginald sustained injuries to the disks in his neck and back. These injuries required multiple rounds of injections under anesthesia. The case settled at mediation.
Amount due to client: $99,285.42
Ashely was driving on I 20 East Bound in East Texas. Traffic stopped for a wreck that occurred ahead. After coming to a stop, Ashely was rear ended by an 18 Wheeler and was injured. The company insisted Ashley couldn't have been injured in the wreck. Ashley suffered injuries to her lower back which required her to undergo pain management including going under anesthesia three times to help manage her pain.This case settled at mediation.
Amount due to client: $102,284.02
Jermeise was driving southbound on I-35 in Dallas. Traffic was slowing and defendant, driving a refrigerated box truck, changed lanes when unsafe and struck the back of Jermeise’s car. The defendants argued that Jermeise was at fault for changing lanes and blamed the cars in front for causing an emergency.Jermeise suffered injuries to her neck and back. Those injuries required extensive pain management treatment.She further suffered continued headaches which a neurologist helped her seek relief.
Amount due to client $120,843.75
This husband and wife were caught in the aftermath of a collision with two other vehicles. The at-fault defendant pulled out too far while waiting to make a left turn and nudged an oncoming vehicle off course. That vehicle hit a curb, flew into the air, and struck Donald and Jennifer's car. Donald had injuries to his left shoulder and right knee with medical bills totaling $15,600. The jury awarded him over $54,000. Jennifer cracked two ribs and had medical bills totaling $32,500. The jury awarded her over $68,000.
Amount due to clients: Donald - $18,417; Jennifer - $22,679
Peter was rear ended on South Garland road by a defendant who just kept going after striking him. Peter's most severe injury was to his lower back, which required three epidural steroid injections. His medical care totaled over $46,000. As a business owner, Peter had employees relying on him and struggled to keep up with the demands of his work. A jury recognized Peter's hardships by awarding a verdict of $54,810.
Amount due to client: $12,313
Laura was rear ended in stop and go traffic on I-30 leading to right shoulder, neck, and back pain. She sought chiropractic and orthopedic care totaling $18,100. The defendant denied responsibility and claimed that Laura had caused the wreck by swerving in front of him and slamming on her brakes. The jury saw through the defense and awarded Laura over $40,000.
Amount due to client: $15,478
Our client Adrin, t-boned a woman that made a left turn on a red arrow in front of him. He injured his right thumb, left wrist, and lower back. After seeing chiropractors, physical therapists, and orthopedic doctors Adrin was still in pain and had medical bills over $27,300. The defense hired a doctor to claim that the treatment Adrin received was unnecessary and too expensive. After we succeeded in removing the doctor from the case, the defense quickly paid $69,000 to settle.
Amount due to client: $21,241
When the defendant in this case made a sudden turn in front of Thomas he did everything he could to avoid hitting them but it was too late. Thomas' brand new Jeep was totaled and he injured his neck, low back, and both knees. After almost two years of treatment and a steroid injection into his lower back Thomas had medical bills of $66,500. The other driver's insurance denied causing the injuries because Thomas was previously in a severe motorcycle collision. Once the evidence of their client's harm became irrefutable they settled for $87,000.
Amount due to client: $18,668
Our client was a passenger in a vehicle while on the job. His vehicle was violently t-boned in an intersection by a careless driver who ran a red light. He sustained a concussion without loss of consciousness and he continued to experience headaches and sensitivity to light. After obtaining the full insurance limits from the at-fault driver’s policy, our client’s under-insured motorist coverage paid the full amount as well. Total settlement $117,500.00 (maximum insurance funds available).
Amount due to client: $57,988.34
Our client was stopped at a red light when he was rear-ended by an 18-wheeler driver who was driving while distracted. The client suffered neck, and back injuries. The insurance company tried to argue that there was no visible property damage to the client’s vehicle. Despite this argument, the case settled for $90,000.00.
Amount due to client: $37,884.06
Our client Mary was rear-ended by a concrete truck that was unable to stop in time due to exceeding weight restrictions causing her to suffer injuries to her neck and back, along with headaches, nausea and pain going down her legs. She eventually underwent epidural steroid injections to her low back and suffered prior chronic pain issues. She incurred $66,000 in medical treatment and we settled her case for $150,000
Amount due to client: $59,625.66
Josephine was rear-ended by an 18-wheeler in a construction zone. A lawsuit had to be filed in Denton County, a very conservative jurisdiction that is often favorable to defendants. The property damage to the rear of Josephine’s vehicle was extremely minimal. The grill of the 18-wheeler had a “cow-catcher” or bull bar in front of the grill. Our team fought to explain studies showing that “cow-catcher” bars protect the grill of the 18-wheeler and they actually exert greater force to the rear of any vehicle they hit – regardless of minimal visible property damage. Josephine suffered neck and back injuries that required multiple injections and a rhizotomy procedure to burn the nerves in her back to help with her ongoing pain. Her medical treatment totaled $85,000 and we settled her case for $150,000
Amount due to client: $64,252.92
Our client Lakisha was travelling on the highway when an 18-wheeler made an unsafe lane change and collided with her vehicle. As a result, she suffered a left knee sprain injury that required injections to help alleviate her pain. The trucking company had a poor safety record for allowing unsafe drivers to operate their tractor-trailers and allowed trucks that were poorly maintained and dangerous to other drivers to continue to operate on Texas roadways. By pointing out these facts we obtained a settlement of $95,000.
Amount due to client: $48,204.93
Our client, Letrice was the second vehicle in a four car wreck.She required a shoulder surgery and was recommended a full shoulder arthroplasty. The defendant hired a biomechanical expert and a doctor to give the opinion that client's shoulder injury could not have been caused by the wreck. Insurance company paid $25,000 over the policy limits without having to go to trial.
Amount due to client: $77,000
Our client Bridget was struck by a Rent-A-Center box truck that was making a U-turn in a parking lot. The defendant was illegally parked and started to make the U-turn from a stopped position. The defendant blamed Bridget for speeding through the parking lot and had a witness that blamed Bridget for speeding as well. Bridget was a hair dresser who had difficulty working after the wreck and was recommended a neck surgery. She was involved in a subsequent wreck with significant property damage and injuries.
Amount due to client: $102,381.91
Jeffrey was driving for Uber when another driver ran a red light and struck the front of his vehicle. The passengers in Jeffrey's vehicle left the scene in another Uber. Jeffrey left the scene and did not seek care at the emergency room. Due to his injuries, he required a neck and a low back surgery. He had difficulty working after the collision and began working a reduced amount of hours. The defendant obtained surveillance footage of Jeffrey doing his daily activities.
Amount due to client: $255,518.42
Noordin was travelling eastbound on Highway 183. He began to slow for traffic in front of him. The defendant failed to maintain a safe distance and failed to keep a safe distance. Noordin suffered injuries to his neck and back. Due to the wreck, he was given several injections in his lower back due to the pain. The defendant’s insurance company paid $70,000 over the policy limits without trial.
Amount due to client: $47,546.39
Leo was struck by a hit and run driver. Witnesses wrote down the license plate number of the vehicle, but wrote it down incorrectly. Police were unable to confirm the license plate number of the defendant driver. Months later, our client Leo saw the defendant's vehicle again in front of the Omni hotel. The witness testified that she knew license plate number was off by one digit. Leo suffered injuries to his neck and back as a result of the collision and received multiple injections in his back due to the pain.
Amount due to client: $52,502.29
Our client, Angela was travelling on Joey Lane in Farmers Branch in the right lane. An 18 wheeler was traveling in the middle lane. Angela was struck by the 18-wheeler that changed lanes improperly. The driver of the 18-wheeler had not received any training on operation of commercial motor vehicles. He was hired by his uncle who was the owner of the company and the trucking company did not investigate the cause of the collision. The defendants obtained surveillance footage of Angela prior to the trial. Due to her injuries, our client was recommended a low back surgery.
Amount due to client: $35,358.75
Erika was driving traveling down McKinney Ave in Denton. The defendant pulled out of his apartment complex striking the driver's side of client's vehicle. The defendant blamed Erika for not having her headlights on because it was overcast. Erika went to the hospital complaining of hip pain. She developed neck and back pain over the next few days. She also started a new job at a warehouse, three days after the wreck. The defense counsel argued that her injuries were not related because she did not complain about her neck or her back at the hospital. Erika continued to treat her pain with pain medication. Insurance company offered $12,000 before trial. Final verdict was $68,000.
Amount due to client $19.550.81
Jennifer was clipped by an 18-wheeler which spun her vehicle. She struck another dump truck then struck the 18-wheeler a second time. The Defendant driver claimed that he never changed lanes prior to the collision and disputed making contact with our client. The Defendant hired an expert to reconstruct the motor vehicle collision and state that client struck the dump truck prior to striking the 18-wheeler. Jennifer received multiple injections to her neck back and knee as a result of her injuries, which the Defendants argued that treatment was not necessary.
Amount due to client: $55,000
Client was driving on Garland Road when a box truck changed lanes and struck our client's vehicle flipping it over. Our client received injections and eventually received a neck surgery and a four level lower back surgery. The box truck driver had a suspended license at the time he was hired and at the time of the collision. The Defendant was involved in a motor vehicle collision a year before the wreck. Two months before the wreck, he was also told he needed to increase his following distance as it could cause a collision.
Amount due to client: $500,000
Trial in District Court in Dallas County involving a t-bone collision where our client Yovanna, ran into a bus that ran a stop sign. She had ongoing pain in low back due to wreck and the defendant blamed our client for the collision, claiming she was driving too fast. The jury put most of the fault on the bus driver and awarded Yovanna $103,663.93.
Amount due to client: $30,169.14
Our client was driving on motorcycle when an 18-wheeler pulled out in front of him causing him to lay his bike down and to be run over by the rear wheels. The Defendant driver said client was speeding and also had a witness who stated that Defendant was speeding. Client was running late for work at the time of the wreck. Client fractured his ankle and required surgery. Amount due to client: $25,000
An 18-wheeler driver who was driving bobtail exited the highway and crossed three lanes of traffic in order to make an upcoming right hand turn. The 18-wheeler driver failed to yield the right of way and began to enter the third lane and turn causing a collision with our client’s SUV on the front driver’s side. Our client ended up suffering injuries to his neck and head including, most significantly, a mild traumatic brain injury that affected his vision and speech.
Two days before Christmas, a plumber and his supervisor both high on meth crossed over into incoming traffic on a two-lane highway hitting our client head on and killing him. Our client was on his way home to celebrate Christmas with his soul mate and wife. In addition to the payment of money, the plumbing company agreed to drug test all of its employees and fire any who tested positive, require random drug testing to 10% of its employees per month, install GPS units on its trucks to monitor drivers and conduct safety meetings. The company will now ensure a zero drug policy is in place in the employee handbook and require signage on its trucks asking for driver feedback.
The driver of an 18-wheeler was looking down at his radio rather than paying attention to the roadway. Our client slowed down due to a truck in front her slowing for a turn. The driver of the 18-wheeler ran into the rear of our client causing her car to overturn several times and the front end of his tractor to explode. She injured her shoulder and was diagnosed with PTSD and a mild traumatic brain injury.
A manager at a department store left a slick substance on the floor after removing tape previously used for a merchandise display. Our client was an employee of the store and was walking to her workstation when she slipped and fell due to the slick substance. As a result, her back, ankle and foot were injured. She developed a chronic pain condition in her foot/ankle that impaired her ability to walk normally or stand for long periods and caused on-going pain and swelling despite treatment.
An 18-wheeler made an unsafe lane change to his right and hit our client’s vehicle forcing her vehicle in front of the tractor. She suffered neck and back injuries as a result and ultimately had to undergo a one-level back fusion surgery. She lost her job as well as a result of her injuries and the amount of time the wreck caused her to miss work.
An 18-wheeler driver made an unsafe lane change on the service road while trying to enter the highway. He hit our client with the side of his trailer and pulled her vehicle underneath the trailer. His neck and back was injured in the wreck and he was recommended to undergo a one-level low back fusion surgery.
A commercial driver headed out of Houston to a job site failed to pay attention after coming over a rise in the road and ran into the rear of our client’s vehicle. She had back and neck injuries, and ultimately had to undergo a low back fusion.
A man driving a company van failed to stop when required to for traffic on Hwy-35. As a result, he ran into the back of our client injuring his back and neck. He underwent a number of injections and needed back surgery.
Edgar was driving eastbound on I30 in right lane. He slowed down due to traffic ahead and the defendant struck him from behind. Edgar ended up having a right knee scope and multiple epidural steroid injections.
Rhonda was traveling southbound on the Loop 12 service road and Northwest Highway. The defendant was traveling westbound on Northwest Highway and ran the red light. The defendant hit our client on the driver side of her vehicle. Because of the wreck, Rhonda needed back surgery.
An 18-wheeler failed to use his left turn signal and turned left into our client Lorena who was driving with her family.