Grover & Weinstein, P.A.
$5,500,000 Jury verdict for a 48 year-old flight attendant who suffered respiratory problems as a result of second hand smoke. This verdict was the first second hand smoke verdict in the United States.
$3,000,000 Jury verdict for the electrocution death of a 14 year-old boy, who died while trying to climb out of the water on an improperly grounded electric boat lift.
$1,750,000 recovery for a man in his 60’s against three local doctors and a hospital for failure to diagnose rare ocular condition resulting in total blindness of the right eye.
$1,500,000 recovery from hospital for injuries to a baby resulting from the failure to appropriately treat a pregnant woman who was going into premature labor.
$1,000,000 settlement for a 59 year-old man who was left paralyzed from the waist down following a car accident
$2,300,000 Jury verdict for the surviving wife and son of a man who was killed after a faulty tire blew out on their car while on a vacation trip.
$12,000,000 settlement for a 7 year-old girl who lost both her parents on Pan Am Flight 759.
$1,000,000 Jury verdict for a mother whose son drowned in a motel, the pool did not have emergency lifesaving equipment.
$1,000,000 Jury verdict for parents of infant that died as a result of the medical negligence of a surgeon that erroneously treated the infant’s healthy lung instead of her collapsed lung.
$875,000 judgment for a 47 year-old woman who suffered a punctured colon and internal poisoning during ovarian surgery.
Grover & Weinstein P.A. as Co-Counsel with Trop Law Group, P.A
$35,000,000 Jury verdict against Philip Morris, USA for the surviving spouse of a long time smoker who developed lung cancer as a result of her addiction to cigarettes.
$24,000,000 Jury verdict against Philip Morris, USA for a surviving long time smoker who developed severe COPD caused from her addiction to their cigarettes.
$8,000,000 Jury verdict in a wrongful death case against Philip Morris, USA in the State’s first post Engle trial.
$1,550,000 verdict against RJ Reynolds tobacco company for causing the wrongful death of a 69 year old smoker as a result of their participation in a conspiracy with the other major tobacco manufacturers to conceal the addictive nature, and harmful effects, of nicotine from their customers.
$5,250,000 recovery for multiple Florida tobacco victims from the Engle Class Action Fund.