After representing thousands of clients across North Carolina our personal injury lawyers are proud of the successes that we’ve had on behalf of our clients. Many cases required us to file a lawsuit to get the best possible outcome for our clients. We believe that when we take a case we do so with the intent to take it from start to finish, which includes trial.
The cases below are just a sample of the different types of cases our personal injury attorneys handle, including car accidents, medical malpractice, slip and falls, bar fights etc, as well as the results for those specific cases. Every case is different and case results depend upon a variety of factors unique to each case. The cases below are illustrative of the cases handled and do not include all of the cases handled by Rosensteel Fleishman. Every case is unique and prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome for future cases. Please contact us to discuss your specific case.
"My experience with Rosensteel Fleishman was, in a word, outstanding. After my accident, Mr. Fleishman and his staff exceeded my expectations, and got me the maximum amount money that I was owed by the insurance company. They were thorough, efficient and professional. I will highly recommend them to anyone needing a personal injury attorney."
Most firms list their entire settlement history. This is irrelevant and misleading as the the law is constantly changing especially when dealing with available monetary damages to injured people. Below is a small representative sampling of actual Settlements and Verdicts obtained for our clients since 2011, the last time the law underwent a major change on damages:
Facts: Our client, a married woman with minor children was killed when her vehicle struck another vehicle while going through an intersection. Unfortunately, there were no witnesses to the accident and the other driver claimed he had the green light. Further, the toxicology results of our client showed that her blood alcohol content (BAC) was beyond the legal limit and our client was considered legally intoxicated. The insurance carrier for the other driver denied liability. We disagreed and filed suit in State Superior Court.
Facts: A drunk driver struck a car with four members of the same family. One family member was killed (and represented separately). The other family members suffered injuries (our clients). The defendant driver carried minimum limits coverage. After extensive investigation we were able to identify the bar where the drunk driver had been drinking. The insurance carrier for the bar denied liability. We filed suit in State Superior Court. After substantial discovery the bar tendered the policy limits of two million dollars rather than go in front of a jury.
Facts: Our client, a married man with two adult children was killed when his vehicle was struck by another vehicle. The Defendant blamed our client for causing the accident and claimed he was speeding and inattentive. Further, our client’s medical records noted he was on numerous medications and was instructed to not drive his vehicle by his doctor. The insurance carrier for the other driver denied liability. We disagreed and filed suit in State Superior Court.
Facts: Our client was in a single car accident in NC. The client was taken to a local hospital and admitted. He was released two days later however the radiologist misread the films prior to discharge. The client passed away three days after his discharge from the hospital. Hospital and radiologist argued death was unrelated to hospital stay.
Facts: Our client was in a car accident where his vehicle struck an improperly parked vehicle. Initially the client complained only of shoulder pain. While his shoulder injury improved he later developed cognitive complaints. The client’s diagnostic studies and later the neuropsychological report were benign, however, the client continued to complain of lingering symptoms. The defense argued against medical causation based on pre-existing medical treatment and a gap in treatment.
Facts: Confidential settlement of employment law issue.
Facts: Our client, a teenager, was shot and killed while at his friends house. There were multiple defendants and a criminal investigation regarding the incident. The insurance company for the homeowner denied liability and argued coverage did not apply. We disagreed and suit was filed.
I have never dealt with anyone as professional as Mr. Matt Fleishman. He is truly an attorney that wants the best service for his client…If I ever need an attorney again Matt Fleishman is the only one I would think to call. Thanks Matt you made me and my family very happy.
Corey Rosensteel and his Paralegal team with Pat and Jen are the very best! Always available to talk on the phone, very efficient in gathering needed documentation, easy to work with and most importantly of all, Corey has the relationships with the local District Attorneys needed to put his client’s cases in the very best possible light for a given situation. I could not be more pleased and will always recommend this firm to any family and friend who need his services.
I utilized Rosensteel Fleishman’s services in the past. I had a traffic violation and the firm handled my case in a very courteous and professional manner. They are very effective. My case was resolved quickly and I would definitely recommend them to any of my friends and relatives.
Facts: Our client was in a work vehicle when he was struck from behind. Our client suffered a neck injury for which he received immediate treatment. The client underwent a redo cervical fusion. Prior to the accident the client had injured his neck and underwent a cervical fusion. The insurance company denied that the accident was the cause of the client’s neck injury and need for re-do surgery. A lawsuit was filed in this case along with a worker’s compensation claim.
Facts: Our client went to a local emergency room with complaints of chest pain. Medical records reflect the patients complaints resolved in the ER and EKG was negative. The client returned home and passed of a heart attack 40 hours later. While the ER physician denied responsibility our pathology expert believed the damage to the heart began during the time of the ER visit.
Facts: Medical malpractice confidential settlement – limited facts allowed. Over a number of years the client had treated with numerous doctors but eventually treated with the offending doctor. Negligence was strongly denied.
Facts: Confidential settlement limited facts allowed – our client consumed alcohol and injured himself jumping into a pool.
Facts: Our client was killed in a car accident on US-74 in Indian Trail, Union County. The claim was denied by the insurance company claiming the client was stopped in the road. The investigative report by the Union County Police and NC Highway Patrol found our client responsible for causing the accident. Our client’s car insurance company also found our client responsible and paid for the damage and injury to the other driver. We disagreed. A lawsuit was filed on behalf of the Estate and his wife in Union County against the other driver.