Case Results

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.

Rear End Auto Accident

Michigan resident gets rear-ended in an Ohio accident in 2018, and suffers a serious concussion. We were able to get all his bills paid under his Michigan insurance policy, and collects the policy limits against the other driver without having to file a lawsuit or pay back any of the medical bills.

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Wrongful Death Auto Accident Settlement

72-year-old Seneca County man killed instantly when car crosses center line in 2018. An estate was opened and the case was resolved to maximize recovery to his heirs.

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Policy Limits Motorcycle Wrongful Death Settlement

In Toledo, a 32-year-old mother of 4 is killed in a motorcycle accident where she was the passenger in 2018. Medical liens negotiated down so housing and education for the minor children were maximized.

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Motorcycle Accident Settlement

57-year-old Wood County motorcyclist is thrown from motorcycle in 2018, when a car turns left in front of her. She suffers leg and arm fractures, but makes a good recovery after a rehabilitation stay.

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Trucker Sues for More Than $75,000 After Rear End Collision

Our client was operating a tractor-trailer transporting luxury vehicles. He was driving southbound on I-75 in Hancock County, Ohio when he slowed his vehicle and was struck from behind by a driver for Lairson Trucking, LLC.

The collision left our client with permeant injuries to his head, neck, back, and psyche. These serious injuries left our client with substantial medical expenses, pain and suffering, lost wages, mental anguish, and emotional distress.

We worked with our client and decided the best path forward was to pursue claims against Lairson Trucking, LLC for negligent entrustment and negligence and against the other driver for negligence. Our claims against the driver and Lairson Trucking, LLC exceed $75,000 and we are hopeful this compensatory reward will help give our client some closure following this life-altering event.

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Driver Injured as Defendant Violates Right-of-Way Rule

While traveling in Lucas County, our client was struck by another vehicle due to the negligent actions of the other driver. The defendant made an unlawful left turn at an intersection and drove into our client’s path of travel. As a result, the at-fault vehicle struck the driver’s side of our client’s vehicle. The defendant’s violation of our client’s vehicle right-of-way rule violated Ohio traffic laws and constitutes negligence per se.

As a result of the accident, our client has sustained serious personal injuries to her chest, neck, back, and left and right ankles, as well as bilateral toe pain.

Evaluating Damages

The injuries that our client has suffered have caused her to incur medical care costs and other economic losses. Our client believes these injuries to be permanent and believes they will require future medical attention and costs. Additionally, she has experienced great pain, suffering, severe mental anguish, and emotional distress. 

Due to the defendant’s negligence, our client’s husband claims that his quality of life has been negatively impacted as his wife has not been able to participate in normal activities.

On behalf of our client, we are seeking damages exceeding $25,000 for the injuries and costs that the defendant’s negligent actions have caused.

Contacting an Attorney to Recover Compensation for a Car Accident

Filing a claim for benefits to cover your injuries after a car accident can be physically and mentally straining. If you or a loved one was injured as a result of another’s actions, do not hesitate to seek the legal counsel of Charles E. Boyk Law Offices who can help you recover compensation for your losses.

Call us today for a free case review.

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Mother Injured in Auto-Accident Sues for more than $25,000

Our client was attempting to perform a left turn on Angola Road when she was struck on the passenger side by a vehicle attempting to merge on to the left-turn lane.

As a result of this accident, our client suffered serious medical injuries to her lower back, head, and left hand. These injuries left our client with substantial medical expenses, loss of wages, and emotional distress. Most upsetting of all, this accident and its subsequent injuries to our client greatly impacted her ability to care for her children.

In pursuing this claim, we discovered the driver was operating the vehicle as an employee of Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company. We are suing them for negligence, declaratory relief, and loss of consortium.

As the gravity of the situation became clearer, it became apparent client’s medical expenses were likely to exceed the insurance coverage of the defendant. Due to this realization, we began taking action against our client’s insurance company, Grange Mutual Insurance Company, to cover the medical expenses under their underinsured provision.

We are seeking an amount in excess of $25,000 for our client. Charles Boyk Law seeks to provide unparalleled legal representation for our clients and we are hopeful this compensation will help ease the burden that this accident has put on our client and her children’s lives.

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Car Accident Victim Claims More $25,000

Our client was involved in a car accident in Toledo, Ohio in July 2017. As a result of this accident, she sustained serious injuries to her neck, back, head, right arm, and right shoulder. These injuries have left our client in a critical financial and physical condition. The extensive injuries will likely be permanent and require costly long-term medical care.

The collision occurred in Lucas County and involved a driver who is not the owner of the vehicle involved. We assert that the car owner was negligent in loaning his car to the driver because there was evidence of the driver’s reckless and incompetent driving tendencies. By entrusting his car to the driver involved in the accident, the car owner is partially responsible for our client’s injuries.
Charles Boyk Law is diligently working with our client to ensure she not only receives care and support for her injuries but is also able to recover in excess of $25,000 from the defendants to alleviate the new difficulties she faces due to the accident.

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Driver’s Failure To Stop At A Stop Sign Results In Major Injuries To Toledo Resident

On a summer afternoon, our client was traveling in Toledo, Ohio, at a speed of approximately 40 mph, when another driver failed to stop for a stop sign causing our client to smash into the side of the other vehicle. The airbags deployed in our client’s vehicle striking her in the head and the face. Our client was taken by ambulance to the hospital where she was diagnosed with having fractures to her third through sixth rib on the left side, fractures of the third through seventh rib on the right side, fractured sternum and a displaced nasal fracture. Further imaging revealed a right ankle and right heel fracture. Due to extensive injuries our client was then transferred to a different hospital for trauma consultation. Following the collision our client underwent extensive surgery which included implanting hardware to her right ankle.

In addition to the direct injuries from the collision, our client also experienced several complications relating to pre-existing conditions. Over time our client suffered infections as a result of aggravation to a pre-existing implanted medical device. Consequently, our client was diagnosed with numerous ailments including pneumonia, osteomyelitis, abscess of her first rib and sternoclavicular joint, sepsis, and respiratory failure. Infectious disease had to perform emergency surgery to drain the abscess in her chest wall. She was admitted to ICU and given a PICC line to administer antibiotics. She nearly died as a result of the sepsis and respiratory failure. She later developed lymphedema as a result of her history of osteomyelitis surrounding the sternoclavicular joint and the first costochondral junction which required hospitalization at the University of Michigan.

In total our client underwent five surgical operations. After all the treatment our client was still left with continuous pain, swelling and extensive scarring. Post-accident our client spends most of her days living in a recliner, relying on her husband for financial and physical support. For quite some time after the collision, our client’s husband was required to provide round the clock care to our client, forcing him to take leave from work. The effects of the collision placed a great deal of stress and financial burden on our client’s marriage and household.

Our office filed suit in the Lucas County Common Pleas on behalf of our client and her husband which included a spousal loss of consortium claim due to the strain that the collision put on their marriage. Our office prepared extensively to take this case to trial, however at a last-minute mediation our office resolved this case resulting in a large settlement for our client.

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Medical Malpractice Case

7-year-old boy dies of septic shock as a result of an undiagnosed bowel obstruction. A routine cat scan would have solved the problem.

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