In January 2011, William A. McMaster won a $1 million settlement for a Chronic Pain sufferer. William A. McMaster
When the Plester’s furniture store burned down in 2003, the insurance company refused to pay, blaming arson as the cause of the fire. A ruling of arson meant that the Plester’s were unable to collect their benefit claims, and were left without any way to recover their business. After a five-week trial, the jury awarded the Plester’s $525,000 punitive and aggravated damages in addition to their initial insurance benefits claim.
In July 2009, the highest award at trial ever given in Canada for a chronic pain and fibromyalgia case was given to Diane Degennaro. Diane fractured her tailbone after a hospital bed that she was sitting on collapsed. The tailbone injury went on to heal, however the damage resulted in a severe case of fibromyalgia, which caused chronic pain throughout Diane’s body, forcing Diane to stop working. William McMaster first
Since 1974, Singer Kwinter’s trusted team of personal injury lawyers have been protecting the right’s of individuals who have suffered serious personal injuries and insurance claim denials. As an example of their proven success, Singer Kwinter achieved a 7 million dollar settlement for a victim of a serious accident. Alfred M. Kwinter