Case Outcomes

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August 8, 2017

$1,062,809.15 Verdict –

Man on Bicycle Struck by Car and Suffered Multiple injuries

Congratulations to Mark Kosieradzki, Esq. and Andrew D. Gross, Esq. of Kosieradzki Smith Law Firm, LLC in Plymouth, MN for the $1,062,809.15 verdict they obtained on behalf of their client, a 49 year-old bicyclist who suffered a fractured sacrum and musculoskeletal injuries after being struck by a car.


The Plaintiff was riding his bicycle when the Defendant took a right hand turn and drove into the path of the Plaintiff. The impact of the collision caused him to fall off his bike and make contact with the ground, causing a fractured sacrum and musculoskeletal injuries throughout his neck and back. The Plaintiff was initially treated with massage and chiropractic care and the majority of his neck and back problems resolved favorably. However, a deep pain in his sacrum persisted. Nearly three years after the collision, the Plaintiff was diagnosed with pudendal neuropathy. Following the diagnosis, he has treated with physical therapy, massage therapy, pain management therapy, and various home remedies such as restricting the amounts that he sits, using ice packs frequently, and using a split saddle on his bicycle.


Mr. Gross argued that the impact to the Plaintiff’s sacral region was sufficiently powerful to fracture his sacrum, so it was also powerful enough to damage the pudendal nerve. The Defense counsel argued that the pudendal nerve injury was most likely caused by the Plaintiff riding his bicycle, as bicycle riding is a common-known cause of pudendal neuropathy. The Defense stressed that the fact that the Plaintiff was not diagnosed until three years after the collision was solid evidence that something besides the collision caused the pudendal neuropathy. Furthermore, Defense argued that the Plaintiff did not mitigate his damages because he did not want to take medications, surgeries, etc. Defense also argue that the Plaintiff’s pre-existing back injuries were the primary cause of his back and neck pain.


The original offer from the Defense was $150,000.00. The Jury came back with a $1,062,809.15 verdict in favor of the Plaintiff.
 
Kosieradzki Smith Law Firm, LLC partnered with MediVisuals to develop multiple illustrations of the Plaintiff’s injuries.
Selected Exhibits shown below.

This exhibit was used to demonstrate the fractures of the Sacrum Coccyx from an anterior view. Surrounding anatomy, including the Pudendal nerve are illustrated.

The midsagittal anatomy exhibit was used to demonstrate the fractures of the Sacrum Coccyx. Surrounding anatomy, including the Pudendal nerve are illustrated.

Case Outcomes: Archives

March 23, 2017

$500,000 Verdict – Women Falls on Ice Outside of Housing Complex


Congratulations to John E. Basilone, Esq. of Goss & Fentress, PLC, in Norfolk, Virginia for the $500,000.00 verdict obtained on behalf of his client, a 47-year-old female who fell on snow and ice & suffered a severe dislocation and fractures of her right ankle........

October 20, 2016

$18,126,600 Verdict - Lack of Continuous Electronic Monitoring During Labor Causes Life Changing Disabilities


Congratulations to Kenneth M Suggs, Esq. of Janet, Jenner & Suggs, LLC, in Columbia, South Carolina, for the $18,126,600.00 verdict he obtained on behalf of his client, a mother who gave birth to a baby with low Apgar scores and extreme acidosis due to lack of continuous electronic monitoring. The child now suffers from spastic quadriplegic cerebral palsy, cannot walk, and cannot speak .........

Featured Attorneys


Mark R. Kosieradzki, Esq.

Call:  (763) 225-2896

Andrew Gross, Esq.

Kosieradzki • Smith Law Firm LLP

Phone: (763) 225-2896

Website: www.KosLawFirm.com



3675 Plymouth Blvd #105

Plymouth MN 55446


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