Past Results

Below are a few of the past results we have achieved for our clients:

Amount Net to Client Expenses Attorney’s Fees Case Type Injury
$1,000,000 $658,076.98 $12,785.81 $329,038.49 Premises Liability Arm Injury
$400,000 $235,620.80 $7,298.67 $157,080.53 Company Vehicle Accident Back Injury
$3,500,000 $2,086,779.53 $22,034.12 $1,391,186.35 Trucking Accident Wrongful Death
$600,000 $355,646.27 $7,256.21 $237,097.52 Motorcycle Accident Ruptured Spleen
$1,400,000 $829,630.01 $17,283.31 $553,086.68 Premises Liability Brain and Bodily Injuries
$1,000,000 $594,886.06 $8,523.23 $396,590.71 Work Injury, Trench Collapse Crush Injuries and Suffocation
$200,000 $118,355.21 $2,741.31 $78,903.48 Forklift Accident Lower Back Injury
$2,800,000 $1,669,058.27 $18,236.21 $1,112,705.52 Company Vehicle Accident Fractured Skull and Broken Ribs
$415,000 $243,232.61 $9,612.31 $162,155.08 Forklift Accident Back Injury
$150,000 $86,387.08 $6,021.54 $57,591.38 Auto Accident Hip Injury

No Guarantee of Results

Certain practice summaries and individual attorney biographies on this website describe results obtained in matters handled for clients of the Law Offices of Ronald A. Ramos, P.C. These descriptions are intended only to provide information about the activities and experience of our attorneys and should not be understood as a guarantee or assurance of future success in any matter. The results portrayed were dependent on a variety of facts and circumstances unique to the particular matters described, and do not reflect the entire record of the individual attorney(s) involved. Past results are not a guarantee of the results in future matters, and the outcome of a particular case or matter cannot be predicated upon a lawyer’s or our law firm’s past results. We do not make any guarantee, promise or other assurance that the same or similar results can be obtained in any matter we may undertake, and you should not assume that a similar result or outcome can be obtained by our law firm in your legal matter. The outcome of a particular matter depends on a variety of factors-including, among other things, the specific facts and circumstances of the matter, the applicable law, the competence of opposing counsel, and unanticipated events.