The firm obtained its first million dollar jury verdict in 1987. In 1991, the firm obtained a $20 million jury verdict in a medical malpractice case. In 1995, the firm won a $70 million jury verdict in an air crash case and in a companion case won a $350 million jury verdict which was reported by the Bureau of National Affairs (BNA) to be the highest products liability verdict in U.S....
Over $800 million in verdicts and recoveries
Robb & Robb LLC was founded in 1984 by Gary C. Robb and Anita Porte Robb, both Cum Laude graduates of the University of Michigan School of Law. The firm is devoted entirely to the representation of injured persons and their families in serious injury and wrongful death cases.
The firm obtained its first million dollar jury verdict in 1987. In 1991, the firm obtained a $20 million jury verdict in a medical malpractice case. In 1995, the firm won a $70 million jury verdict in an air crash case and in a companion case won a $350 million jury verdict which was reported by the Bureau of National Affairs (BNA) to be the highest products liability verdict in U.S. history. In 1998, the firm obtained a $25 million jury verdict arising out of the death of a judge, and in 1999 won a $23 million jury verdict in a triple fatality motor vehicle case.
The firm has been called upon to handle a number of high profile representations, including Senator Jean Carnahan for the wrongful death of her husband, Missouri's Governor Mel Carnhan, and the wrongful death case on behalf of the family of Kansas City Chief's football great Derrick Thomas.
The firm's pre-trial settlements include a $14 million cash payment in 1997 for the death of a minor child run over by a school bus, as well as an $18 million pre-trial cash settlement in 2000 for the family of a professional wrestler killed during a failed stunt and a $12 million settlement in 2003 for a severe electric shock injury. In 2001, the firm obtained a record cash recovery of $27.5 million in a small plane crash which killed five skydivers and the pilot.
Recent settlements include a $38 million payment to a young woman who suffered horrific burn injuries in a helicopter crash over the Grand Canyon and a $26 million settlement for the wrongful deaths of a North Carolina couple in a plane crash.
The firm encourages and welcomes referrals from counsel across the country in any type of personal injury or wrongful death matter.
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