At Janet, Jenner & Suggs, we believe that all cases, no matter their size, deserve justice. We know that a preventable injury or the death of a loved one can have a devastating impact on your life, which is why we are committed to fighting for the maximum compensation you need.
Our accomplished personal injury lawyers have recovered verdicts and settlements of all sizes, ranging from thousands to hundreds of millions of dollars. Because we are experienced in handling even the most complex cases, we have the skills and knowledge necessary to handle your case with the attention and skill you deserve.
Tens of millions of dollars in settlements and verdicts obtained in delayed diagnosis and misdiagnosis of cancer cases. These cases involved lung, breast, prostate, and numerous other forms of cancer.
Warning signs of an impending potential obstetrical emergency that developed during labor, which included unrelenting, continuous abdominal pain, were not fully appreciated and responded to in an emergency manner, which was required under the circumstances.
Settlement reached in a case involving the misinterpretation of a prenatal sonogram that resulted in the birth of a child with severe, life-long brain damage.
Recovery for failure to properly respond to airway obstruction resulting in brain damage at birth.
Recovery for a child because of a failure to respond in a timely manner to signs of placental abruption resulting in severe brain damage.
Settlement obtained for infliction of spinal injury during diagnostic procedure. A negligently-performed discogram of neck produced a spinal abscess which was not diagnosed or treated promptly. The patient, who was in his 60’s, suffered permanent spinal injury that left him a quadriplegic.
Verdict on behalf of a 62-year-old woman and her husband after surgeon and hospital failed to diagnose and perform surgery to treat a spinal epidural hematoma (blood clot) following back surgery, in a timely manner, resulting in permanent damage.
Recovery for the parents of a child in a wrongful birth case because of failure to detect severe brain defects that appeared on prenatal ultrasound film.
Medical professionals failed to recognize and respond to complications from anesthesia during a minor gynecological procedure, leaving the patient in vegetative state.
Recovery for a man who suffered quadriplegia and brain damage due to anesthesia malpractice.
Forceps and vacuum extraction were improperly used during delivery.
Failure to manage signs and symptoms of infection that developed shortly after delivery, resulting in meningitis.
Verdict reached in a case of obstetrical malpractice that resulted in the death of a child.
Settlement obtained for excess unnecessary radiation therapy. An erroneous decision to administer radiation therapy to a woman’s pelvic area was compounded by inadequate shielding of her spine. This young mother developed significant limitations in the use of her legs.
Settlement obtained for mismanagement of medication. Adolescent who had asthma was treated with excessive doses of medication leading to seizures and brain damage.
Settlement obtained for a baby whose prenatal sonogram was misread, resulting in lack of advance preparation to provide adequate oxygen support at the time of his birth.
Recovery for a child who has brain damage and seizure disorder because of a negligent failure to respond to severe dehydration in a newborn.
Recovery for a member of the Armed Forces whose prior attorney mishandled his medical negligence case involving surgical negligence that rendered him quadriplegic.
Verdict obtained for wrongful death of child who died from complications of brain damage that was caused by a massive overdose of medication he received for treatment of a condition associated with his premature birth.
A jury found that delays in performing an urgently needed cesarean section resulted in a baby developing severe brain damage and cerebral palsy.
One of the largest medical malpractice jury verdicts ever won in the District of Columbia, obtained for a child who suffered brain damage and cerebral palsy because her doctors failed to properly diagnose and respond to an airway obstruction.
Verdict obtained on behalf of a child who developed spastic quadriplegic cerebral palsy after the mother was taken off of continuous electronic fetal monitoring and placed on intermittent monitoring despite known risk factors.
Broke the record for the largest birth injury jury award in Minnesota, obtained on behalf of a child who suffered brain damage and developed cerebral palsy as a result of mismanagement of labor and delivery.
Settlement obtained in a case involving an obstetrician’s failure to come to the hospital to deliver a baby in a timely manner. The delay caused brain damage that was ultimately diagnosed as cerebral palsy.
This record jury verdict in Iowa was obtained for a child’s cerebral palsy caused by brain injury as the result of inconsistent fetal heart monitoring during birth.
Jury verdict for a child who suffers from cerebral palsy and mental retardation due to a failure to respond to signs and symptoms of a uterine rupture.
An infant developed cerebral palsy after signs of an infection were not immediately treated by emergency room personnel.
Jury awards record verdict in Minnesota for child’s cerebral palsy caused by brain injury sustained during birth.
Delivery was delayed despite knowing fetal compromise would occur. As a result, the infant developed cerebral palsy.
Settlement reached on behalf of a baby asphyxiated at birth because of the failure to timely and appropriately use a vacuum extraction device or forceps to speed up vaginal delivery.
Mismanagement of labor and delivery resulting in brain damage and cerebral palsy.
Recovery of $6 million after medical staff failed to appropriately interpret and respond to evidence of fetal compromise and perform emergency C-section, resulting in brain damage.
Following surgery, hospital staff failed to diagnose and treat blood loss in a timely manner, leaving the patient with permanent brain damage and cerebral palsy due to insufficient oxygenation.
Recovery for a child who suffered cerebral palsy and mental retardation because of a mismanaged labor and delivery.
Medical staff did not act on worrisome fetal monitor tracings in a timely manner, leading to brain injury and cerebral palsy.
Verdict reached on behalf of a child due to the negligent decision to use a slow-acting form of anesthesia for an emergency cesarean section. The inordinate delay caused the baby to suffer a neurological injury that was later diagnosed as cerebral palsy.
Salesman drove over the median resulting in a head-on crash with a family. The pregnant mother lost her baby and their 5-year-old daughter became a paraplegic. The salesman’s company offered $12 Million to settle, and the family wanted to take it. We encouraged them to let us keep on negotiating and use the money to help the community’s other paraplegics. Actor Christopher Reeves joined the initiative and helped raise funds for wheelchair basketball.
When an 18-wheeler driver was distracted and lost control of his truck, it went over the median and crashed into a car with two brothers inside. The car caught fire and the brothers were severely burned. The truck driver said he was ‘afraid of getting burned’ and wouldn’t help.
Settlement obtained in tractor-trailer collision. A young woman sitting in her car well on the shoulder of the road suffered facial burns after being rear-ended by a tractor-trailer that negligently veered off the road.
Settlement reached on behalf of a driver run off the road by a hazardous waste truck.
Verdicts and settlements for car accident victims in cases of all sizes and values. Every case is important to us, no matter the size.
Recovery obtained in a car accident where a distracted driver crossed the yellow line, resulting in a head-on collision.
$190 million Dr. Nikita Levy class action settlement, was called "a historic day" not only for the victims but for the United States civil justice system. The settlement is the largest in U.S. history for sexual abuse committed by one person. The agreement is "fair and reasonable" for the 8,000 or more women who will participate in the settlement, Howard Janet said. He noted both sides in the negotiation process "worked zealously" to obtain a settlement "in the best interests of their clients.
Class action settlement with mine owners who failed to properly contain and remove waste stored on the mine site. Toxic chemicals seeped into groundwater, contaminating nearby residential water wells.
Defendants failed to secure expert witnesses and prosecute the case on a timely basis. Underlying case was a malpractice case that involved mismanaged anesthesia resulting in death.
Verdict reached on behalf of two boys injured at a traffic scene due to improper police procedures.
Settlement obtained in death of infant. The baby suffocated in crib after fabric ball that was negligently merely glued and not sewn onto stuffed Christmas bear’s Santa cap detached and lodged in his throat obstructing his airway.
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