Brain And Spinal Cord Injury Case Results

We think results speak louder than words and just a few examples of our results in brain injury and spinal cord injury cases, include:

$37 Million

In 2005, Arash Homampour obtained a $37 million court judgment from a Los Angeles Superior Court on behalf of a young girl who suffered a frontal lobe brain injury when she fell out of a moving golf cart.

$17.5 Million

In 2021, Arash Homampour and Scott Boyer obtained a $17.5 School Negligence Settlement against a Southern California school district where the Plaintiff suffered anoxic brain injury. More details on this settlement can be found here.

$12 Million

In 2005, Arash Homampour obtained a $12 million verdict from a Norwalk jury in a case where an elderly gentlemen suffered a disputed brain injury. More details on this result can be found here.

$7.75 Million

In 2006, Arash Homampour settled an extremely difficult motorcycle accident case where Plaintiff suffered a spinal cord injury for $7.75 million.

$6.1 Million

In 2011, Arash Homampour obtained a $6.1 million settlement in a case against the County of Los Angeles where Plaintiff suffered a spinal cord injury. This was a very difficult liability single vehicle incident where Plaintiff ran off the road and down an embankment. But, Arash was able to convince the Court and the County that guardrails should have been placed at the location to prevent the very incident that occurred.

$5.75 Million

In 2007, Arash Homampour settled a very tough liability bus versus pedestrian case for $5.75 million where the Plaintiff suffered a disputed brain injury.

$5.5 Million

In 2010, Arash Homampour settled a disputed brain injury case for a 72 year old Plaintiff for $5.5 million where there was significant evidence of both Plaintiff and employer negligence.

$4.2 Million

In 2011, Arash Homampour obtained a $4.2 million jury verdict against Caltrans in a very difficult liability single vehicle incident case where Plaintiff suffered a disputed brain injury. More details on this verdict can be found here.

$3.6 Million

In 2011, Arash Homampour obtained a $3.6 million settlement against the County of Los Angeles in a very difficult liability trip and fall incident where a 72 year old Plaintiff tripped at a bus shelter suffering a serious spinal cord injury.

We alleged that bus shelter was dangerous because an advertising box had been removed leaving an open frame that was a tripping hazard. Defendant County alleged that the shelter was safe and that Plaintiff’s fall was the result of a seizure and prior knee injury.

Brain and Spinal Cord Injury Cases


No matter the extent of the injury, we are prepared to fight for your claim. Our attorneys immediately begin building your case, preserving and examining evidence for the strongest claim possible. We are accomplished trial lawyers who will take all necessary steps to obtain fair and full compensation for your injuries.

To talk to one of our Los Angeles brain and spinal cord injury lawyers, call 323-658-8077 or toll free 877-827-2748. Or, if you prefer, send us an email by clicking on the red button below.

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Initial consultations are free and our multilingual staff speaks Spanish, Farsi and Armenian.

We take cases on a contingency — which means there is no fee if there is no recovery.

We also can handle complex cases via attorney referral.

To talk to one of our Los Angeles personal injury lawyers, call 323-658-8077. Or, if you prefer, send us an email by clicking on the red button below.

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  • Initial consultations are free and we take cases on a contingency — which means there is no fee if there is no recovery.
  • Our multilingual staff speaks Spanish, Farsi and Armenian.
  • We also can handle complex cases via attorney referral.

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