Philadelphia, PA Personal Injury Attorney Talks About Maximizing Philadelphia Injury Settlements

In order to convince a jury that it should award maximum damages to an injured plaitiff, the jury must be presented with an organized summary of the medical treatment. One aspect of this proof is a summary sheet. Below is the format for such a sheet. This is just one small aspect of this proof, but it is necessary and helpful to the jury’s understanding of the history of the treatment, the efforts the plaintiff has gone to in order to achieve health, the amount of medical bills that must be reimbursded and much, much more.

The most serious injuries in this case were cervical and lumbar radiculitis, left-sided cervical radiculopathy, mild to moderate left median motor neuropathy at the wrist, carpal tunnel syndrome on the left side, aggravation of pre-existing lumbar radiculopathy, Cervical radiculopathy, cervical disc protrusion resulting in a cervical fusion and decompression, herniated nucleus pulposis, Displaced, comminuted right distal tibia fracture with associated fibular fracture of the level of the ankle. Malunion, gap and external rotation of the right lower extremity.

4. On or about April 20, 2001, there existed an abandoned metal price sign located within the defendants’ corporate limits at the corner of Haverford Avenue and City Avenue, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania which presented a danger to those lawfully traversing this area.

5. The defendants knew or should have known of the dangerous nature of the said sign, and the fact that it presented a substantial impediment to travel sufficiently prior to April 20, 2001, to take such action as would cure the said condition at the said location.

JOHNSON EMERGENCY CARE SPECIALISTS

Visit: December 11, 2003

Bill: $2,435.35

JOHNSON HOSPITAL

Visit: December 11, 2003

Bill: $2,141.35

JOHN F. KENNEDY MEDICAL CENTER

Visits: March 15, 17, 18, 25,

April 13, 21,

May 14,

June 11,

July 28,

September 17,

October 13, 19, 2004

April 21, 2005

HOSPITAL OF THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

Visits: March 17,

April 1,

June 11, 22,

July 28,

September 17,

October 8, 2004

April 21, 2005

Bills: $8,200.00

THOMAS JEFFERSON UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL

Visits: June 9, 22, 23, 29, 30

July 1, 14,

August 9,

September 19, 22,

October 19, 27, 2004

June 29, 2005

Bill: $57,122.66