Case Results

Case results | Console & Associates P.C.

We’ve recovered more than $100,000,000 for our New Jersey and Pennsylvania clients

When you’ve been injured, you want a law firm that knows how to successfully resolve claims, one that fights for your rights. At Console and Associates P.C., we always go for the settlement your damages demand, and we have the results to back that up.

Explore the cases below to see the six- and seven-figure settlements we’ve attained for clients in situations like yours. And if you don’t see a similar case listed, give us a call. We handle accident and injury claims of all kinds. Whatever your situation, we’re here to help you every step of the way.

To learn more, see what our clients say about us. If you’re ready to get help, call us today. The call is always free, and we won’t get paid until you win.

The below results are no guarantee of results of future cases, and the result of these cases are fact specific and depend on a variety of factors that are beyond the scope of the descriptions on this page.

Bicycle Hit & Run Accident – Willingboro, NJ

Disclaimer: Results may vary depending on your particular facts and legal circumstances. $100,000 What would be just a minor collision between two cars can be a catastrophic accident when it instead involves one car and one cyclist. Our client, a 26-year-old man who had recently moved to Willingboro, did all the right things expected of a nighttime cyclist. He had reflectors on his bicycle. At least some of his clothes were light colors, as were his shoes. He stayed out...

Brain Trauma – $100‚000

Disclaimer: Results may vary depending on your particular facts and legal circumstances. When the driver responsible for a car accident flees the scene or has no insurance coverage‚ the victim has no other option than to seek compensation from their own auto insurance policy—as was the case with our client. She was travelling down the Pennsylvania Turnpike on a snowy February day in 2007. As she was driving there was a tractor trailer that came to a stop in the...
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