Personal Injury Settlements

L.J. was involved in an automobile collision in an intersection where the rear passenger side of the vehicle she was driving was struck. After a considerable liability fight and several depositions, the case was settled for policy limits.


N.B. and L.T. were rear-ended in a low impact collision. The defendant continuously offered very small settlement amounts less than $15,000.00. One week prior to trial the case settled for $70,000.00 to be divided equally along the parties.


W.Z. was a pedestrian walking home on a dark roadway when he was struck by a passing motorist. The case settled for policy limits shortly after the accident and prior to suit.


E.B. developed bed sores while in the hospital. The condition took approximately one year before it was fully resolved. The case was settled at mediation for $225,000.00.


K.L. and D.F. were struck by a company vehicle in an intersection. After several months of treatment the case was settled for a total of $180,000.00


E.B. sustained cervical and lumbar strains as well as shoulder pain in a intersectional motor vehicle collision. The case was settled for policy limits prior to suit.


J.P. was involved in an automobile accident where he sustained cervical and lumbar injuries. The case was settled for policy limits prior to suit.


W.Z. was a pedestrian walking home on a dark roadway when he was struck by a passing motorist. The case settled for policy limits shortly after the accident and prior to suit.


N.B. and L.T. were rear-ended in a low impact collision. The defendant continuously offered very small settlement amounts less than $15,000.00. One week prior to trial the case settled for $70,000.00 to be divided equally along the parties.


L.J. was involved in an automobile collision in an intersection where the rear passenger side of the vehicle she was driving was struck. After a considerable liability fight and several depositions, the case was settled for policy limits.


D.S. was involved in a rear end collision. After settlement with the defendant's insurance carrier our firm was able to secure an additional settlement on behalf of the client from the uninsured motorist coverage on the client's personal vehicle.


S.A. slipped and fell in her apartment while pregnant resulting in injuries to her back which could not be treated until after she delivered her child. After extensive treatment as well as multiple trial depositions the case was settled for a significant sum.


D.B. was struck by a vehicle while standing in the driveway of his home. The case was settled for the policy limits. Additionally, we were able to recover a fair settlement on behalf of Desmond's mother because she was present at the time of the accident.


V.B. was involved in a parking lot collision. After suffering for nearly a year from the injuries sustained in the collision, the case was settled very close to the defendant's policy limits.


P.B. was rear-ended at a stop sign by a Pizza Hut employee. After significant medical treatment a substantial settlement was reached on her behalf.


F.H. was rear ended by an un-licensed driver. The case was ultimately settled for the defendant's policy limits. Additionally, F.H. UM carrier agreed to pay their policy limits also.


L.M. was struck by an employee of Turner Industries. The defendant constantly tendered low and unfair settlement offers. At the pre-trial conference the case was settled for a very substantial sum.


S.F. was rear ended by a motorist who wasn't paying attention at the time of the collision. After receiving medical treatment for several months the case was settled for the defendant's policy limits prior to suit.


Clients were rear-ended by a motorist who was negligent in switching lanes. After several months of treatment the case was settled for more than$70,000.00.


B.W. was rear-ended in a low impact collision. She received several months of medical treatment for the injuries sustained. The case was ultimately settled against the defendant for his policy limits.


R.T. struck a horse in the roadway while on his way to work one morning. He sustained a serious injury to his knee. The case proceeded to trial thereafter where he was awarded a substantial verdict.


Criminal Defense Case Results

After a hearing in the case all charges against D.B. were dismissed.


K.B. was a school counselor that was charged with Possession of more than two hundred grams of cocaine and Drug Racketeering. After a four day jury trial K.B. was found not guilty of Drug Racketeering.


D.P. conviction was overturned and he was released from prison on May 7, 2012. D.P. was convicted and sentenced to 45 years at hard labor. After being sentenced D.P. retained the Daniels & Washington law firm to represent him on appeal.


D.S. was charged with Second Degree Murder after a five-day jury trial. The defense team was able to convince the Jury that D.S. acted in self-defense when he shot K.M. in the back five times and killed him.


AA was a police officer charged with armed robbery, extortion, malfeasance of office, and aggravated assault with firearm. AA was found not guilty of all charges after a trial.


D.B. was a high school teacher charged with seventeen counts of carnal knowledge of a juvenile and three counts of prohibited sexual conduct between an educator and a student. After a hearing in the case, all charges against D.B. were dismissed.


J.D. was charged with Distribution of Cocaine. Prior to the Daniels & Washington law firm being enrolled in the case the initial plea offer was 30 years. The case was dismissed on the morning of trial.


Attorneys with the Daniels & Washington law firm was part of the defense team that represented a member of the Jena 6. After multiple hearing and appeals the defense team was able to get the charges reduced from Attempted Second Degree Murder to simple battery.


B.H. was the mayor of a small town in northern Louisiana who was convicted of Malfesance in office and Theft. On appeal the defense team was able to get B.H.'s conviction overturned.


N.L. was charged with Hazing and battery. The defense team was able to get all the charges dismissed.


Q.L. was charged with Attempted Second Degree Murder. The defense team was able to get the charges dismissed.


J.O. was charged with Criminal Damage to property. T.O. was found not guilty after a judge trial.


J.L. was charged with Molestation of a juvenile. The defense team was able to get the charges dismissed.


J.J. was charged with multiple drug distribution offenses. After a hearing in the matter all charges were dismissed.


D.A. was charged with distributing Cocaine. During a hearing in the case the prosecutor dismissed the charges mid way through the arresting officer being cross-examined.


D.T. was charged with Armed Robbery. The charges were dismissed after a hearing in the case.


D.B. was charged with Home Invasion and Second Degree Battery. After a hearing in the case the charges were dismissed.


V. B. was charged with Attempted Second Degree Murder. After a four day jury trial the Daniels & Washington law firm was able to convince the jury that V.B. only battered the complaining witness.


R.C. was convicted of Felon in Possession of a Firearm. The Daniels & Washington law firm was able to get his conviction overturned on appeal.


H.D. was charged with Distribution of Cocaine. After a motion hearing the charges were dismissed.


G.M. was charged with Contractor Misapplication of Payments. After meeting with the Prosecutor the charges were dismissed.


A.B. was charged with Armed Robbery. The defense team was able to get the charges reduced to Simple Battery.


J.H. was charged with multiple drug distribution offenses. After a hearing in the matter all charges were dismissed.


E.W. was charged with multiple drug distribution offenses. After a hearing in the matter all charges were dismissed.


B.M. was charged with multiple drug distribution offenses. After a hearing in the case all charges were dismissed.


T.S. was charged with multiple drug distribution offenses. After a hearing in the matter all charges were dismissed.


DS was charged with three counts of Attempted First Degree Murder on three police and felon in possession of a firearm. After several lengthy motion hearings DS was allowed to plead to the only crime he committed Simple Flight.


CC was charged with armed robbery and armed robbery with a firearm. CC was offered a plea of 20 years. On the morning of the trial, CC was allowed to plead guilty to criminal mischief and given credit for time served.


CT was charged with theft of iPads in four parishes. The charges were dismissed in 3 parishes. CT is awaiting trial in the forth.


EJ was charged with aggravated second-degree battery and aggravated robbery. After a hearing in the matter all charges were dismissed.


OH was charged with violation of a protective order. After a hearing in the matter on the morning of trial, all charges were dismissed.


JE was charged with armed robbery and aggravated kidnapping. JE was offered a plea of twenty-five years at hard labor. After a hearing in the matter all charges were dismissed.


BS was charged with domestic violence. After a hearing in the matter the morning of the trial, all charges were dismissed.


DS was charged with three counts of attempted murder of a police officer and being a felon in possession of a firearm. DS's charges were later reduced to misdemeanor flight.


JS was charged with being a felon in possession. JS was offered a plea of ten years. After a hearing in the matter all charges were dismissed.


BS was charged with failure to notify law enforcement of change of address as sex offender. After a meeting with the prosecutor, all charges were dismissed.


RR was charged with aggravated arson. After a hearing in the matter all charges were dismissed.


JE was charged with attempted forcible rape, domestic abuse battery, and simple assault. Charges were dismissed.


CG was charged with possession with intent to distribute cocaine and transaction involving proceeds from drug offense. After a hearing in the matter all charges were dismissed.


CK was charged with a DWI. CK plead to reckless operation and the DWI charges were dismissed prior to motion hearing.


AG was charged with manufacturing cocaine base, possession of cocaine, illegal possession of a firearm, and transaction involving proceeds from drug offense. AG plead to criminal mischief prior to motion hearing.


LW was charged with theft of gasoline and diesel from his employer for 2,400 gallons. The charges were dismissed after a hearing on a motion to quash.


CK was charged with five counts of illegal possession of stolen things. The charges were dismissed after a motion hearing held in a related probation revocation hearing.


VW was charged with making harassing telephone calls. After a hearing in the matter all charges were dismissed.


JS was charged with domestic abuse and disturbing the peace by fighting. After a hearing in the matter all charges were dismissed.


CB was in the military and was charged with attempted murder. After a motion hearing, the defense team was able to show that CB acted in self-defense.


RT was charged with second degree kidnapping, kidnapping, armed robbery, armed robbery with a firearm. The defense team was able to get a plea of simple robbery.


KD was charged with possession with intent to distribute cocaine, possession of cocaine between 28-200 grams, and violation of drug free zone. After a hearing in the matter all charges were dismissed.


AR was charged with interfering with a law enforcement investigation and disturbing the peace. After a hearing in the matter all charges were dismissed on morning of the trial.


DS was charged with forcible rape. The charge was reduced to felony carnal knowledge and DS was sentenced to only two years.


DH was charged with interfering with law enforcement investigation and resisting arrest. After a hearing in the matter all charges were dismissed.


FJ was charged with possession with intent distribute cocaine and possession of marijuana. After a hearing in the matter all charges were dismissed.


LB was a second offender charged with possession of marijuana. After a motion hearing, the charges were dismissed.


SD was charged with resisting an officer, battery on police officer, inciting a riot, simple criminal damage to property, and obstruction of justice by tampering with evidence. After a hearing in the matter all charges were dismissed.


AB was charged with being in possession of schedule III drugs and possession of schedule II drugs. After a hearing in the matter all charges were dismissed.


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