Paul Miller was a member of a co-counsel team that negotiated a settlement of the proposed data breach class action against CarePartners. If the terms are approved, CarePartners has agreed to pay between $2.44-$3.44 million (depending upon the number of affected Class Members) to fully and finally settle the action.
Adam Wagman and Joel Dick successfully argued that our client’s ATV collision was in fact a motor vehicle “accident” as defined by the legislation. As a result, the client is entitled to receive Catastrophic Statutory Accident Benefits of over $1 million.
Valérie Lord successfully represented the interests of our client, Jane Doe, as a proposed intervenor in a class action commenced against Ukraine International Airlines, the Islamic Republic of Iran and the Islamic Revolutionary Guard. As a result of our intervention, the judge made several important decisions respecting notice and opt-out procedures that will protect our clients and ensure that they do not become entangled with the claims against the Iranian government and military.
Neil Sacks won a significant trial decision for his client, a dentist whose career was cut short by a negligent eye surgeon.
Our lawyers settled a Canada-wide class action litigation against the makers of potentially fatally-defective implantable defibrillator products.
A jury awarded Melissa Miller’s client almost 20 years of disability benefits that were improperly denied by State Farm, along with substantial interest awarded by the trial judge, amounting to more than $1 million in total.
A recent Workplace Safety and Insurance Appeals Tribunal (WSIAT) decision affirmed that Melissa Miller’s client has the right to sue the owners and managers of the apartment building where she lived for injuries sustained in a slip and fall accident despite the fact that she was also employed by them.
Melissa Miller also successfully represented a client who was injured in New Jersey by a defective piece of industrial equipment that was built by a Canadian company; the judge denied the Canadian firm’s request to have the claims dismissed.
Melissa Miller successfully resolved a group of American and Canadian cases arising from a January 2017 shooting incident at the BPM music festival in Playa del Carmen.
* Past results are not necessarily indicative of future results and the amount recovered and other litigation outcomes will vary according to the facts in individual cases.