Attorneys Joseph A. Power, Jr. and James I. Power Secure $95 Million Verdict

Posted By Power Rogers & Smith, L.L.P. || Nov 14, 2017

Update: We recently learned that the jury verdict our attorneys secured for our clients was higher than the $85 million reported in the papers. In fact, that the jury awarded Robert Montagano $83,477,464 and Mary Montagano $12 million for a total of $95,477,464. This award was reduced 10% for Robert Montagano’s liability, making the recoverable amount for Robert $75,129,717.60 and for Mary $10.8 million, making the total recoverable amount $86,429,717.60.

Power Rogers & Smith attorneys Joseph Power, Jr. and James Power recently secured a $95 million jury verdict for our client who suffered massive leg injuries that required a double above-the-knee amputation in 2014.

You can learn more about the verdict in our press release here. If you are looking to hire an experienced Chicago personal injury attorney, our team at Power Rogers & Smith, L.L.P. is committed to providing injured victims with the dedicated representation they need to fight for and secure the maximum compensation possible. Send us your information through our online form to start out with a free case evaluation, or call us at (312) 313-0202 to discuss your situation over the phone today.

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