Notable Cases

Our dedicated and aggressive approach to personal injury litigation has helped us secure numerous positive results for our clients, including multiple million and multimillion-dollar verdicts and settlements. At Greenberg, Stone & Urbano, we are thorough in investigating our clients’ claims, and we often work with industry experts, such as accident reconstructionists and medical professionals, in order to build cases aimed at securing maximum recoveries for our clients.

See some of our notable cases below or contact us to discuss your potential claim with one of our Miami personal injury lawyers.

  • $22 Million
    Fatal Accident Involving Mother of Two

    We recovered a $22 million settlement for a C-1 ventilator-dependent 5-year-old quadriplegic daughter of a Miami-Dade police officer and her injured sister, and for the death of their mother in a horrific and devastating automobile accident. At the time, this resulted in the state of Florida's highest claims bill ever being passed.

    We are pleased to say that the injured girl has exceeded all of her doctors' expectations and continues to live a fruitful and productive life. We remain in close contact with the family to this day.

  • $5.6 Million
    Fatal Florida Turnpike Car Accident Results In Three Deaths
    Three elderly Miami women were killed when the vehicle in which they were traveling was struck by another car on the Florida turnpike and forced off the road into a nearby canal. The wrongful death case was tried to a verdict and we received an award from a Miami-Dade County jury in excess of $5.6 million.
  • $3.75 Million
    Debris From Tire Blowout Causes Motorcycle Accident
    $3.75 million settlement for a Miami man who was injured when he was caused to fall from his motorcycle when it was struck by a piece of debris from a retread truck tire which failed in Palm Beach County, Florida.
  • $2.75 Million
    Fall From Scaffolding At Miami International Airport Causes Serious Injury
    $2.75 million settlement for severe injuries sustained by a Miami workman at the Miami International Airport who fell off a scaffold sustaining serious internal injuries and traumatic brain injury.
  • $2.7 Million
    Negligent Gallbladder Removal Requires Multiple Corrective Procedures

    A $2.7 million settlement was reached in a case where a 54-year-old man sustained significant injuries resulting from the negligent removal of his gallbladder. The man went into a local hospital for what should have been an uncomplicated procedure and, due to the improper performance of the operation by the surgeon, needed multiple corrective procedures and spent months recovering at Jackson Memorial Hospital.

    He was left with horrendous scars and in need of significant medical care in the future. The suit has been filed in this matter and we are currently conducting discovery in preparation for trial.

  • $2 Million
    Krome Avenue Crash Results In The Death Of A Husband, Father And Grandfather

    A 65-year-old husband was driving his car northbound on Krome Avenue, in Miami-Dade County, when a Southbound car crossed the center line, striking his car and causing his death. His widow sought the representation of Stewart G. Greenberg to help her and her family deal with the tragic loss of life. Although the insurer for the driver and owner only had $10,000 in bodily injury coverage, the insurance company failed to tender the funds for over three months.

    After suit was filed, a check for $10,000 was delivered to Greenberg Stone & Urbano. Mr. Greenberg promptly returned the check stating that the tender was untimely. Discovery and litigation ensued and a jury trial was held wherein the jury awarded the widow over $2.6 million. After the verdict was read, and while the parties were still in court, one of the defense lawyers came over to Mr. Greenberg and said, "your client will never see a single dime."

    Thereafter, a bad faith claim was filed against the insurance company. The defense lawyer was a prophet. The defense lawyer was correct as a "single dime" was not paid, but, rather 200,000,000 million dimes ($2 million) were paid by the insurance carrier in the end!

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