Olsman MacKenzie and Wallace is pleased to announce that Jules Olsman was recently inducted to the American Board of Trial Advocates (“ABOTA”), an invitation-only organization that works to advance the jury system, support judicial independence and elevate standards of integrity,…
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We Help Clients and Their Families Recover from Those Responsible for Causing Injury.
Instead of accepting responsibility, defendants and their insurance companies hire top lawyers to deny fault, avoid liability, and prolong case resolution. They may even blame you, the injured person. Paying damages quickly is usually not in their interest.
INSURANCE COMPANIES HAVE GOOD LAWYERS – SO SHOULD YOU
As Michigan personal injury lawyers, we represent clients who have been injured, and the families of those who have been killed, as a result of car, truck, and motorcycle accidents, other accidents, nursing home negligence, pedestrian accidents, defective products, medical malpractice, premises liability, dog bites, workplace injuries, and police brutality. We also represent those harmed by employment discrimination and harassment, financial scams, and financial professional malpractice, as well as those who have been improperly denied social security benefits. Our practice covers the State of Michigan, and we frequently represent clients in Detroit.
$4.4 Million jury verdict for a 59-year-old woman who suffered a stroke as a result of a medication error by her family physician.
$4.35 Million settlement for a woman who had permanent brain damage after being struck by a drunk driver who was rendered intoxicated while dining at a restaurant
$3.15 Million settlement for two men who served over eight years in prison after being wrongfully convicted of shooting another man in March, 2000, leaving the victim a quadriplegic
$3.75 Million settlement for a 37 year old woman who was rendered quadriplegic after her seat belt was torn during a collision by a defectively designed seat back recliner mechanism known to be dangerous by the automobile manufacturer
$850,000 settlement for a 64-year-old man who died as a result of a medication error when the patient was discharged from a rehabilitation center without anticoagulants ordered by his physician’s assistant, causing him to suffer a blood clot and die.
$200,000 settlement for motorcyclist who suffered fractures to his leg when struck by a car, requiring surgical repair.
$500,000 settlement for 86 year-old-woman woman who choked to death on a bed rail assistive device in an assisted living facility.
$400,000 settlement for a woman who suffered torn meniscus and ACL tear in car crash, causing her to be unable to return to her previous employment as a school bus driver.
$1.25 Million settlement for the permanent paralysis of the right arm of a 19 year old woman due to being struck by a passenger airbag
$1.1 Million settlement for the wrongful death of an 83 year old resident of an adult foster care facility as a result of the improper use of a Posey Vest / restraint, resulting in asphyziation and strangulation
$915,000 settlement after a handicap gas pedal was negligently installed too close to the brake, which prevented a woman from stopping the vehicle from plunging into Lake St/ Clair where she drowned
$525,000 settlement for the failure to properly manage psychiatric condition of patient resulting in suicide
$375,000 settlment for the family of a nursing home resident who was improperly given her roommate’s diabetes medication, causing a hypoglycemic coma and death
$325,000 settlement for the family of a resident of skilled care facility who choked to death when provided with solid food despite an order for mechanical soft diet
$862,500 settlement for a subdural hematoma sustained by a 76-year-old assisted living resident who fell, and struck her head, resulting in a subdural hematoma and the loss of her ability to work
$862,500 settlement after a nursing home failed to protect a 66-year-old woman from asphyxiating in the side rails of her bed
$740,000 settlement for the wrongful death of a 4 1/2-month-old infant in a day care facility that was caused by a lack of supervision
$500,000 settlement for the wrongful death of a 94-year-old woman in a nursing home as a result of drowning after she was left unattended in a whirlpool
$2,550,000 awarded to a 55-year old woman who was struck by a snow plow at a gas station, resulting in severe reflex sympathetic dystrophy (RSD)
$900,000 awarded for the poisoning death of an 83-year old individual in an assisted living facility who died after the facility negligently left a container of lye-based dishwashing detergent in an unlocked kitchen cabinet in a memory care unit
$864,000 verdict arising out of the wrongful death of an 81-year old woman in a nursing home as a result of pressure ulcers incurred in a hospital setting
$565,000 award for the wrongful death of a 94-year old woman as a result of positional asphyxia caused by her entanglement in the side rail of a pressure relieving bed in a nursing home
$675,000 arbitration award for a family of an 83-year-old resident who fell from a third story window of an unlicensed senior housing complex
$765,000 judgment for an 84-year-old nursing home resident who died three days after suffering blunt force trauma to his head
$237,500 settlement on behalf of the family of a developmentally disabled woman who died after multiple physicians failed to timely diagnose and treat a bowel obstruction