1) Confidential v Confidential - 2.2 Million Settlement - Medical Malpractice
Mr. Setareh's obtained one of the largest reported settlements for this type of injury. In 2003 Mr. Setareh's client was pregnant with her third child. She was being treated by her obstetrician who did not recognize that her child was at high risk for suffering nerve damage and partial paralysis to the child at birth if the physician did not deliver the baby via c-section as opposed to a natural birth.
At the time of birth, the child's shoulder became lodged against the mother's pubic bone; and ultimately caused permanent nerve damage to the child's arm. Shaun Setareh faced severe obstacle in this case; including but not limited to suing a physician who was not insured and was threatening to file for bankruptcy before any judgement or recover could be made against him. Eventully the Defendants in this case believed that they had no other choice but to settle this case prior to trial.
2) Confidential v Confidential - 250,000.00 - Sexual Harassment
Mr. Setareh's client was a woman truck driver who had sued her employer when she was sexually harassed by her training supervisor. The law firm initially filed a claim with the trucking company; however they initially denied all allegations and responsibility for their employees's conduct. Mr. Setareh filed suit against the company, and the training supervisor personally. Through discovery, Mr. Setareh learned that the training supervisor was a convicted child molester who had abused his foster children. Moreover, Mr. Setareh was able to impeach the training supervisor and other company affiliated witnesses during their depositions. The company decided to settle the case with Mr. Setareh's client for an equitable sum prior to trial.
3) Zavala v Avibank Manufacturing - 175,000.00 - Products Liability
Mr. Setareh represented a factory employee who sued and out of state manufacturer of a machine which caused injuries to his hand. This case was especially difficult and complex because the original manufacturer of the machine had gone out of business and had sold off all of their assets to a second company. Mr. Setareh sued the original company that manufactured the machine, and the company that purchased all of the original company's assets
According to California Law it is very difficult, and virtually impossible to sue and recover from a company that has gone out of business
4) Confidential v Confidential - 100,000.00 - Medical Malpractice
Plaintiff sued her psychologist for medical malpractice as a result of the psychologist manipulating the client into having a sexual relationship with her.
5) Rokhsar v 21st Century Insurance Company - 100,000.00 - Automobile accident with an injury to Plaintiff's shoulder
6) Guererro v Stenfors - 100,000.00 - Automobile Accident
7) Andreotti v Andreotti - 65,000.00 - Automobile Accident
8) Carlsen v Carey - 95,000.00 - premises liability
9) Enayati v Salter Construction Company - 145,000.00 - construction defect
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