Murphy & Landon is pleased to announce that Lauren Cirrinicione, a partner with the firm, recently settled a personal injury lawsuit for $385,000. Ms. Cirrinicione’s client suffered neck and back injuries after her car was struck from behind by another driver. The other vehicle was driving at a high rate of speed and did not stop for slowing traffic.
Ms. Cirrinicione noted that, according to statistics compiled by the Delaware State Police, in 2018, car accidents in Delaware killed 110 people and injured more than 8,000 others. In 2017, car accidents in Delaware killed 126 people and injured more than 8,300 others.
“If you have been injured in a car accident, it is vitally important to be represented by an experienced trial attorney,” said Ms. Cirrinicione.
Lauren Cirrinicione is a compassionate advocate for people who have been victims of negligence, medical malpractice, abuse and neglect in elder care and mental health facilities, and sexual abuse. She is an active member of the American Association for Justice, the Delaware Trial Lawyers Association and the National Crime Victims Bar Association. Ms. Cirrinicione is an experienced trial attorney. She represents clients and tries cases in all three counties in Delaware.
For a complimentary consultation, Lauren can be contacted at (302) 472-8100.
Murphy & Landon’s prominent case victories include the following:
- $100 million jury verdict in Barba v. Boston Scientific Corporation, a products liability trial for the sale of transvaginal mesh products for gynecological surgery
- $3.425 million jury verdict in McLeod v. Swier, a medical malpractice case
- $2 million jury verdict in a medical malpractice jury trial for surgical error
- $2.8 million jury verdict in Gates v. Texaco, a benzene chemical exposure case
- $4.9 million recovery in Trujillo v. Lee, a workplace accident case
- $5 million recovery in Crowhorn v. Nationwide, a case involving a car insurance dispute
- $1.5 million jury verdict in a medical malpractice/wrongful death case
- $1.5 million recovery in Kadow v. Marino, an auto accident case.