PERSONAL INJURY

and

IMMIGRATION LAW


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Notable Cases

Past Settlement Results on Personal Injury and Immigration Cases



Disclaimer: The Black law firm does not guarantee any case results. The description of cases, trial results and settlements described on this page are actual case results handled by the firm but these cases represent just a sampling of the cases that the firm has handled and do not guarantee future results. Each case is unique and must be judged on its own merits, facts and conditions.



Personal Injury Cases


1. $215,000-Premises Liability settlement (settled during trial) 

A glass table top in the lobby of an office building
collapsed on top of a toddler, resulting in serious injuries to his hand



2. $200,000-Third Degree Burn Injury settlement,

A child suffered serious burn injuries to his body when he came into contact with charcoal embers that were carelessly discarded on a neighbors grass after a family barbecue.  




3. $175,000-Slip and Fall settlement,

A middle aged woman suffered serious injuries to her knee, requiring multiple surgeries, after she walked outside her apartment door and slipped on wet floor paint that was present. No warnings or notices were given to the apartment tenants in advance of the painting work. 



4. $155,000-Slip and Fall settlement,

 A young lady slipped on a mixture of oil and water at a car dealership resulting in serious injuries which required multiple surgeries. 



Immigration Cases



1. My office represented a Portuguese national who was married to a U.S. citizen. Despite that she had several misdemeanors in Portugal for shoplifting (a crime of moral turpitude rendering her inadmissible) we filed a  I-601 Waiver application and said application was approved without any RFE. Client obtained her green card at the Consulate in Lisbon Portugal. 



2. My office represented a client on a student visa from Pakistan who was an atheist. He was targeted for murder if he returned to his country due to his non Muslim beliefs. Although he missed the one year deadline to apply for asylum by 3 (three) years, the asylum petitions for he, his wife and his minor child were granted and green cards were obtained for all family members. 



3. My office represented a woman from Japan who was married to a US Citizen spouse. After eighteen months of being subjected to constant verbal abuse and insults, she left the home and filed for divorce prior to her GC interview. Despite that there was no physical abuse, we obtained a Green Card for her via VAWA (The Violence Against Woman Act) due to the mental anguish and emotional abuse she endured.  



4. My office has successfully obtained employment based visas for skilled workers, professionals and immigrants with exceptional ability in the E, H and L categories. 




 
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