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.
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.