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Case Results

  • $14,000,000 Trucking Crash Case

    Confidential settlement with one of the largest over the road trucking companies in North America where its driver crashed into multiple cars in the dark including one that had been recently disabled by its own one care crash on the highway minutes before and three others that had stopped on the shoulder to give aid to those involved in the earlier one car crash. A young mother was killed leaving two surviving minor children. Through aggressive advocacy and the use of multiple experts, including those in trucking company driver training, trucking company policies and procedures, trucking crash reconstructionists, and animation, Rash Mueller was able to prove the trucking company driver was distracted by his cell phone and headphones, and that he never saw the disabled car despite it being visible with plenty of time to avoid or move over to the other unblocked lane on the highway. As a result of the confidential settlement, the young mother’s two surviving minor children will be financially unburdened for the rest of their lives.

  • $19,500,000 Medical Malpractice

    Medical malpractice case brought by a 53-year-old man against a surgery center and doctor for improper discharge after cervical fusion resulting in catastrophic injury.

  • $9,000,000 Maritime Claim
    Cruise line crew member injury case.
  • $4,000,000,000 Class Action Case
    Helped in litigating landmark tobacco class action case in Miami.
  • $15,000,000 BP Oil Spill Damages
    Recovered for businesses and individuals who were damaged by the BP Oil Spill.
  • $7,750,000 Medical Malpractice

    Confidential settlement as to the identity of the parties involved in a medical malpractice case resulting from a hospital’s, ob-gyn’s and nurses’ negligence in knowing the hospital did not delivery premature babies nor had the facilities or specialists to do so safely, and then failing to transfer a pregnant mother with severe preeclampsia to a tertiary center where she could be better monitored and safely delivery her baby prematurely. The hospital, ob-gyn and nurses had plenty of time to transfer mother and baby before causing damage to the placental blood flow carrying oxygen and nutrients to the baby, but never did resulting in having to deliver the baby by urgent c-section at the non-tertiary hospital. The baby was born lifeless and without a heartbeat due to the damage caused to the placental blood flow before being born and after resuscitation, the baby is left with Cerebral Palsy, spastic quadriplegia and other conditions directly related to the negligence in failing to transfer the pregnant mother to a tertiary care center where this catastrophe would have been easily prevented. With the settlement, the family’s financial needs will be met forever, and the child’s future medical needs will be provided.

  • $3,500,000 Railroad Injury Case
    Railroad locomotive engineer injury case.
  • $3,475,000 Maritime Claim
    Confidential settlement for a 38-year-old Chief Stewardess on a 112’ superyacht that injured her back lifting a jet ski necessitating two back surgeries, the first one botched by a doctor selected by the vessel owners.
  • $2,500,000 Medical Malpractice
    Recovered settlement for mother who died from cervical cancer due to negligence of laboratory and doctor, both of whom misinterpreted and misreported biopsy specimen as benign when it was actually cancerous. The settlement is significantly more than arbitration damage caps for medical malpractice cases in the state.
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