Jury Awards Former Buffalo Man $2.1 Million. Cellino & Barnes – Trial Attorneys Gregory V. Pajak and Paul Becker
A 46-year-old former Buffalo man was awarded $2.1 million by a jury of his peers for injuries he suffered in a car accident.
The Buffalo man was injured when the vehicle he was driving was struck from behind. The other driver denied there was an injury caused by the accident.
As a result of this accident, Mr. Pajak’s client had to undergo surgery for his back injuries with possible further surgery to take place on his neck.
After 5 hours of deliberation, the jury came back with their decision and awarded $100,000 for past medical and pain and suffering; $1 million for future medical; and $1 million for future pain and suffering. “Our client will have pain for the rest of his life because of this auto accident. We are proud of the job that the jury did. They made the right decision”, stated Attorney Pajak.
Attorney Ross Cellino commented, "It is important for clients to understand the value of choosing a trial firm with proven experience. Gregory Pajak and Paul Becker have once again proven this point.”
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Cellino & Barnes focuses strictly on personal injury cases, including auto accidents, medical malpractice, construction accidents, premises liability and more. In 2006 alone, Cellino & Barnes obtained settlements and verdicts in excess of $100 million for their clients.
“Our client’s have made us one of the largest personal injury law firm’s in New York State,” states attorney Stephen Barnes.
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