Verdicts And Settlements
Through the years, Sindell and Sindell, LLP, in Cleveland has represented hundreds of clients, leading to winning verdicts and solid settlements. These clients have been more than satisfied with our work. Here are a few highlights:
$1.14 Million Jury Verdict; Amount Increased To $1.73 Million After Winning Ohio Supreme Court Appeal
A Cuyahoga County jury awarded nearly $1.14 million to four female employees who were discriminated against based on gender, while working for a large international corporation. They were wrongfully terminated as part of a reduction in force. After an appeal to the Ohio Supreme Court, the company was ordered to pay nearly $1.73 million.
$1.2 Million Settlement
A young mother and wife sustained a head injury and brain damage when struck by a driver who failed to obey a stop sign.
$956,958 Jury Verdict
A Lake County jury awarded $750,000 plus attorney fees to a couple for defamation by a corporation of their former employee. The award was for emotional distress and punitive damages. After exhaustion of all appeals, the employer paid $956,958 to the former employee.
$687,000 Jury Verdict
A Cuyahoga County jury awarded $687,000 to a motorcyclist, who lost the lower part of his leg when he was struck by a vehicle that suddenly turned in front of him.
$690,000 Jury Verdict
A Cuyahoga County jury awarded $600,000 plus attorney fees of $90,000 to a former restaurant manager who was discriminated against because of his race and wrongfully terminated.
A young girl was struck and killed by a drunk driver while she walked on a snowy road.
A husband and father of two children was killed by an impact with a truck that turned in front of him on a dark night.
A physician and department head at a major Cleveland hospital was wrongfully terminated as a retaliatory act.
A female physician at a major Cleveland hospital was discriminated against due to her gender.
A nurse working for a nursing home was retaliated against after reporting violations to the Ohio Board of Health.
A physician in a Cleveland surgery center was discriminated against because of his age.
A bank officer was wrongfully terminated because of her age.
A tenured private college professor was discriminated against and wrongfully terminated because of her religion.
Two female loan officers were discriminated against and wrongfully terminated because of their race.
Four auto mechanics were terminated from a national chain because of their age.
Two former National Football League players received a settlement in employment-related damage claims.
After many years of employment at the same company, an African-American insurance claims adjuster cited racial discrimination when refused a promotion to a designated white-populated geographic territory. The employee was required to wait for promotion until a black-populated territory became open.
A senior female brokerage account executive claimed gender discrimination when she was denied the chance to apply for a higher position managing a large account for a male-dominated industry. The brokerage thought that only a male was appropriate to manage the account.
An office employee of a construction company claimed disability discrimination because the owners regarded her too disabled to work and terminated her for health reasons. The termination occurred, even though the employee’s health condition did not prevent her from fully and regularly performing her job without any significant absence from work.
A licensed practical nurse claimed unlawful termination for objecting to unlawful medical/nursing practices at an assisted living/nursing home.
A registered nurse who was director of nursing at a nursing home filed a claim for wrongful termination for objecting to unlawful medical/nursing practices and expressing intent to report those practices to the Ohio Department of Health.
A registered nurse filed a claim against a skilled nursing care facility after she was terminated due to her age.
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Sindell and Sindell, LLP, in Cleveland has decades of experience in employment law. To schedule a free initial telephone consultation with our lawyers, call us at 216-401-4913 or contact our office online.