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Case Results

At Lanier Law Group, we employ a client-focused, results-oriented approach to each and every personal injury case we handle. With a large team of North Carolina personal injury lawyers and professional legal staff spread across multiple office locations throughout the state, we offer collaborative and powerful legal strategies for our clients. This has helped us garner numerous successful case results over our decades in practice. We invite you to browse some of our recent successes to learn more, or contact us today to request a free consultation at one of our offices.

  • $5.95 Million
    Permanent Brain Failure

    Multi-policy litigation settlement for a client that had a brick fly off of a utility trailer and go through their windshield and hit her on the face which led to permanent brain failure.

  • $4.8 Million
    Medical malpractice settlement for a case with multiple plaintiffs who were potentially exposed to a deadly disease while in the hospital.
  • $1.1 Million
    Litigation Settlement
    Litigation settlement for a client that was sexually assaulted by her physician during a routine pap-smear.
  • $900,000
    Medication Error
    Settlement against child psychologist for prescribing lethal overdose of medication to five-year-old
  • $250,000
    Rear-End Accident
    Litigation settlement for a client who was rear-ended by a city work truck sustaining a cracked tailbone, lower back, neck, and shoulder injuries while at work.
  • $237,500
    Wrongful Death
    Litigation settlement for a client that fell from a wheelchair in a nursing facility following back surgery. The client fell face-first causing neck fracture and ultimately death from complications of quadriplegia.