Settlements, Verdicts & Awards

We work hard to obtain maximum compensation for our clients. Constant communication, tough negotiating and expert trial skills have resulted in us obtaining millions of dollars in settlements for the injured.

Here are just a small portion of the damages we were able to collect on behalf of our clients. Due to the confidentiality clauses in some settlement agreements, we cannot share detailed information about many of our biggest cases on our website.

$120,000 SETTLEMENT – Woman Pushed into Oncoming Vehicle After Being Rear-Ended by Work Truck Traveling at High Speed Sustains Serious Injuries

This accident occurred in 2022 when our client – who was traveling with her minor child – was waiting to make a left-hand turn onto County Road Q1 in Henry County, Ohio. While she was yielding and motionless, our client was rear-ended by another driver who was traveling 50 miles per hour. This forceful impact propelled our client’s vehicle into another oncoming vehicle, heading in the opposite direction, that was traveling approximately 55 miles per hour. The Henry County Sheriff’s Department responded to the scene and cited the at-fault party for failure to maintain an assured clear distanced. Our client and her minor child were transported from the scene via ambulance to a nearby hospital for their injuries. There, our client was observed to have broken several front teeth and have a gaping 10 cm laceration on her scalp, which required numerous stapled and sutures. She was also diagnosed with a left comminuted clavicle fracture, which required surgery with hardware.
Quickly after the accident, our client contacted our office. Pre-suit settlement negotiations were unsuccessful, so Charles Boyk and his litigation team filed a lawsuit against the at-fault party and the owner of vehicle he was driving. After going through the discovery process and taking depositions, our client’s case was settled for $120,000 during mediation.

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$105,000 SETTLEMENT – Man Injured in 11 Car Pile Up After Semi Has Fuel Leak

Our client was a passenger in a vehicle that was traveling southwest bound on I-75. At the same time, a semi-trailer truck, ahead of the vehicle our client was in, sustained a fuel leak that lasted several miles. As a result of this leak, multiple vehicles lost control and were sliding as they were traveling on I-75. One vehicle slid through the spilled diesel fuel and ran into the vehicle that our client was in. The Ohio State Highway Patrol responded to the scene and cited the semi driver for operating an unsafe vehicle. A few days after the accident, the client was still experiencing great pain in his back, hip, and jaw. After seeking medical attention, he was ultimately diagnosed with numerous injuries including several bulging discs throughout the lumbar region in his back. Our client’s injuries required many follow up appointments, different forms of physical therapy, multiple sessions of steroid injections for his pain, and two radiofrequency ablation procedures.
When our client was looking for legal assistance, he contacted our office for guidance. Charles Boyk and his team filed suit on behalf of our client and his wife for the client’s injuries and loss of spousal consortium. After a few months of litigation, the case was settled during mediation where our office was able to obtain an offer of $105,000 for our client.

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$100,000 SETTLEMENT – Man Breaks Two Bones After Driver Fails to Stop at Stop Sign

Our client was traveling eastbound on Moline Martin Road in Port Clinton, Ohio. Another vehicle was traveling southbound on Rieman Road at the same time. The other vehicle failed to make a complete stop at the stop sign on Rieman Road and entered the intersection. The two cars collided. The other driver was cited for failure to stop at the stop sign. Both driers were taken by EMS to St. Charles Hospital.

Our client was diagnosed with a tibia fracture and a wrist fracture. He reached out to Charles Boyk Law Offices regarding the auto accident, looking for assistance with his case. Our team was able to help him during treatment, help with his property damage, and help negotiate a settlement offer. Our client accepted a policy limits settlement offer of $100,000 to help compensate him.

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$100,000 SETTLEMENT – Pregnant Woman Injured After Driver Fails to Stop at Stop Sign

While traveling north on US Route 68, our pregnant client was hit by another vehicle. The other vehicle had been traveling eastbound on County Road 90. They failed to stop at the stop sign and entered the intersection. The cars collided and both received heavy front end damage. Both cars were later decided to be totaled.

Our client was taken by EMS to Hardin Memorial Hospital. She complained of pain in her left leg and both hands. The pain in our client’s hand continued for many months. She experienced pain, numbness, and mobility issues. She was forced to do occupational therapy rehabilitation but continues to experience pain to this day.

Our client came to our firm for help with her case and treatment. Charles Boyk and his team helped our client during her treatment, negotiations, and ultimate settlement with two insurance companies. Both insurance companies offered her policy limits, adding up to $100,000.

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$100,000 SETTLEMENT – Motorcycle Driver Seriously Injured After Being Hit by Another Motorcycle

Our client was riding his motorcycle traveling southbound on Reynolds Road. Another man on a motorcycle attempted to pass our client. However, he struck the rear side of our client’s motorcycle. This caused our client to slide across the roadway before coming to a stop on the road. He was transported to the University of Toledo Medical Center by ambulance and diagnosed with two fractures in his fibula, a fractured ankle, open fractures of his toes, and significant injury to the skin on his knee and calf.

Another lawyer in the area referred the client to our firm. Our firm was able to work diligently with our client and help him receive the compensation he deserves. Our client accepted a $100,000 policy limits offer from the insurance company.

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$100,000 POLICY LIMIT SETTLEMENT – Pedestrian Killed After Being Struck by Jeep

Our client was walking through a marked crosswalk when a driver made a left-hand turn into our client’s walkway. The driver did not see our client and ended up colliding with his person. Following the collision, our client was transported from the scene via ambulance and was treated at a nearby hospital. Unfortunately, he had suffered a skull fracture and was without brain function for several days before he ultimately passed. The surviving family contacted our office to pursue a wrongful death action against the at-fault driver. Attorney Mike Bruno and his pre-litigation team were able to procure the $100,000 policy limits from the other party’s insurance carrier for the surviving family. While any amount of money is little compensation for the loss of a loved one, this settlement can provide the family some relief for the financial burden that resulted from the driver’s negligence.

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$100,000 POLICY LIMIT SETTLEMENT – Pedestrian Struck by Vehicle Requires Knee Reconstruction Surgery

This accident occurred in 2020 when our client was a passenger in a vehicle that was traveling through a four-way intersection in Henry County, Ohio. At the same time, a semi-truck approached this intersection, stopped at the posted stop sign, but then continued into the intersection when our client’s vehicle had the right-of-way. The semi-truck driver’s failure to yield resulted in our client’s vehicle to collide head-on with the front passenger sign of the semi-truck. The Henry County Sheriff’s Department responded to the scene and cited the at-fault party for failure to yield the right-of-way. Our client was transported from the scene via ambulance to a nearby hospital for her injuries. She had complaints of chest, pelvic, face, left ankle pain, and the paramedics described an “obvious deformity to her left ankle.” Our client was diagnosed with an extensive list of injuries including complex regional pain syndrome (CPRS), fracture of her left foot, post-traumatic migraine headaches, mild traumatic brain injury, insomnia, as well as other significant injuries. Our client has sought treatment for several years, and her doctors have noted that the client’s CPRS will continue to cause her difficulty with daily activities. CPRS can last a lifetime and will require consistent follow up treatment even if the client is someday able to go into remission.
The client contacted our office to help guide her through her legal recovery action. After taking depositions and an unsuccessful mediation, Attorney Charles Boyk and his litigation team were ultimately able to secure a $225,000 settlement for our client prior to the case proceeding to trial.

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$100,000 POLICY LIMITS SETTLEMENT – Man Sustains Significant Injuries Including Hearing Loss After Driver Blows Stop Sign

Our client was driving eastbound when he approached the intersection of Monroe Street and South Cove Boulevard. Our client’s lane of travel had the right-of-way through this intersection, so he proceeded through it. At the same time, the at-fault party failed to yield the right of way and also proceeded into the intersection, resulting in a powerful impact between the two vehicles. Due to the at-fault party’s speed at time of the collision, our client’s vehicle was forced off the roadway and eventually came to a stop on a nearby sidewalk. The Toledo Police Department responded to the scene and cited the at-fault party for failure yield the right of way at a stop sign. A few days after the crash, the client was still experiencing great pain in his chest, shoulder, ribs, neck, and back. After seeking medical attention, the client was diagnosed with numerous injuries including several disc bulges throughout the cervical region in his back. Additionally, it was later discovered the client had suffered mild to moderate hearing loss in his left ear. The client now requires the assistance of hearing aids.
Shortly after his accident, the client turned to our office. Charles Boyk and his pre-litigation team immediately started working on this case. The team assisted with treatment referrals, managed the client’s medical bills and records, and was there for the client every step of the way. Once our client was done treating, we presented a demand for settlement to all involved insurance companies. Through negotiations, our office was successful in obtaining the $100,000 policy limits for our client.

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$100,000 POLICY LIMITS SETTLEMENT – Motorcyclist Hit by Vehicle Resulting in Serious Injuries

Our client was riding his motorcycle in the curb lane southbound on Holland Road in Maumee, Ohio. At the same time, another driver was attempting to leave the Meijer parking lot and head northbound on Holland Road. This driver failed to yield the right of way to our client, pulling out in front of him, and colliding with his motorcycle. Our client was thrown onto the roadway, landing on his right shoulder. He was taken to a nearby emergency department for medical treatment and there it was revealed that he had sustained a fracture to his scapula, eye contusion, and pulmonary contusion. Following the accident our client was unable to work for approximately seven weeks due to his injuries. He required a significant amount of physical therapy and follow up care to ensure his injuries were healing properly.

Following the accident, our client reached out to us for help with his legal recovery. When negotiations pre-suit was unsuccessful, Andrea Young and her litigation team filed a lawsuit on behalf of our client. After undertaking discovery and depositions, Andrea was successful in obtaining the policy limits for our client.

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Major Settlement Reached in Private School Bus Company Sex Abuse Case

Our office was able to reach a significant, confidential pre-suit settlement with a major private school bus company in a sexual assault case. One of the company’s drivers preyed upon our client and groomed the middle-school student for months. After systematically isolating the client by altering his route and using a ploy to obtain the client’s phone number, the driver ultimately raped her. While no amount of money can take away the everlasting effects she will have, the settlement can provide some comfort, knowing she will continue to have access to the resources she needs to heal. Our office is committed to providing representation to victims and survivors of sexual assault and abuse. We have dedicated a team of attorneys and staff who have the expertise to handle such sensitive and important cases.

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