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SPORT VENUE INCIDENT

Mr. Stoll recovered nearly $1,000,000 for the victim of an assault at a Sports Venue.


CRANE ACCIDENT

In a serious crane accident involving construction of a high-rise building, a man lost his lower leg. The crane company disputed liability and fought all the way to trial. Mr. Stoll recovered a seven figure amount for the victim.


Nueva v. John Deere Insurance Company, et al.

In the case of Nueva vs. John Deere Insurance Company, Mr. Stoll, in a nine year battle, fought to the United States Supreme Court. Mr. Stoll prevailed on a complex issue involving insurance coverage and Federal transportation regulations. He won for his client about $1,000,000 from an insurance policy the defendant claimed provided only $15,000 in coverage.


Brown v. O.J. Simpson, et al.

Robert J. Stoll, representing the Brown family, filed the civil lawsuit against O.J. Simpson. Mr. Simpson was found liable in civil court for the killing of Nicole Brown-Simpson. Mr. Stoll was also a frequent commentator on NBC, ABC, CBS and CNN during the Simpson case.


CONSTRUCTION ACCIDENT

When a crane dropped a 20,000 lb. steel "I" beam onto the San Diego Freeway, a motorist was killed. The law firm of Stoll, Nussbaum & Polakov recovered over $6.5 million for his widow and children.


TRUCK vs. AUTO – WRONGFUL DEATH

In a truck vs. auto accident near the Arizona border, Mr. Stoll obtained over $28,000,000 for his clients in one of the largest cases of its kind. Complex issues involving insurance coverage and questions about fault had to be overcome in order to obtain the result.


POLICE EXCESSIVE FORCE

This high-profile excessive force case arose out of an incident caught on camera by news helicopters. Reminiscent of the Rodney King incident, the firm was instrumental in moving the LAPD toward making permanent changes to the way it handles pursuits and use of force. The victim recovered over six figures.


WRONGFUL DEATH AGAINST FAMOUS RAP ARTIST

After a man was killed during a drive by shooting allegedly involving a famous rap artist, Mr. Stoll made a seven figure recovery for the victim's family.


AUTO vs. TRUCK – WRONGFUL DEATH

In a left turn case with heavily disputed liability, Mr. Stoll made a seven figure recovery for the family of the left turning party.


PARKING LOT WRONGFUL DEATH

When a woman hit the gas instead of the brake while trying to park her vehicle at a strip mall, a young child was tragically killed. Mr. Stoll made a seven figure recovery against the strip mall for inadequate safety measures, including lack of ballards.


OTHER SUCCESSES SINCE 2008

  • Business Litigation - $39,000,000
  • Auto vs. Bicycle - $28,000,000
  • Train vs. Pedestrian - $17,000,000
  • Auto vs. Auto - $7,000,000
  • Train vs. Train - $4,000,000
  • Crane Accident - $3,250,000
  • Night Club Shooting - $2,900,000
  • Semi vs. Auto - $2,000,000
  • Night Club Shooting - $1,800,000
  • Premises Liability - $1,800,000
  • Sexual Assult - $1,500,000
  • Auto vs. Auto - $1,170,000
  • Sexual Assult - $1,000,000
  • Auto vs. Pedestrian - $1,000,000
  • Semi vs. Pedestrian - $1,000,000
  • Auto vs. Auto - $1,000,000
  • Auto vs. Auto - $1,000,000
  • Trip and Fall - $1,000,000
  • Auto vs. Pedestrian - $900,000
  • Auto vs. Bicycle - $900,000
  • Product Defect - $800,000
  • Permises Liability - $750,000
  • Auto vs. Auto - $750,000
  • Wrogful Dealth - $715,000
  • Auto vs. Auto - $600,000
  • Auto vs. Auto - $500,000
  • Auto vs. Auto - $500,000
  • Auto vs. Auto - $500,000
  • Auto vs. Pedestrian - $500,000
  • Auto vs. Pedestrian - $500,000
  • Auto vs. Auto - $400,000
  • Auto vs. Auto - $400,000
  • Auto vs. Auto - $350,000
  • Premises Liability - $315,000
  • Trip and Fall - $310,000
  • Nightclub Assault - $300,000
  • Bus vs. Pedestrian - $300,000
  • Premises Liability - $300,000
  • Auto vs. Semi - $275,000
  • Auto vs. Pedestrian - $250,000
  • Auto vs. Auto - $249,000
  • Auto vs. Auto - $234,000
  • Auto vs. Auto - $225,000
  • Premises Liability - $175,000
  • Auto vs. Pedestrian - $170,000
  • Premises Liability - $166,000
  • Auto vs. Auto - $160,000
  • Train vs. Auto - $150,000
  • Auto vs. Pedestrian - $150,000
  • Auto vs. Auto - $145,000
  • Auto vs. Auto - $125,000
  • Auto vs. Auto - $124,999
  • Auto vs. Auto - $124,500
  • Auto vs. Auto - $115,000
  • Auto vs. Auto - $115,000
  • Auto vs. Auto - $110,800
  • Auto vs. Auto - $100,000
  • Auto vs. Auto - $100,000
  • Auto vs. Auto - $100,000
  • Auto vs. Auto - $100,000
  • Auto vs. Auto - $100,000
  • Auto vs. Motorcycle - $100,000
  • Auto vs. Pedestrian - $100,000
  • Auto vs. Auto - $100,000
  • Premises Liability - $100,000
  • Auto vs. Auto - $100,000
  • Bus vs. Auto - $100,000
  • Auto vs. Auto - $100,000
  • Auto vs. Pedestrian - $100,000
  • Auto vs. Auto - $100,000
  • Auto vs. Auto - $100,000
  • Auto vs. Auto - $100,000
  • Train vs. Semi - $100,000
  • Auto vs. Auto - $100,000
  • Auto vs. Auto - $100,000
  • Auto vs. Auto - $100,000
  • Auto vs. Bicycle - $100,000
  • Auto vs. Auto - $100,000
  • Dog Bite - $100,000

750 cases resolved for under $100,000 since 2008

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