History Of Providing Positive Results
- Confidential settlement: $18.5 million in a case involving an employee who was critically burned, resulting in permanent injuries after an explosion at a manufacturing company
- Robeson County: $17 million bifurcated verdict involving a high-speed rear-end collision caused by a tractor-trailer driver that resulted in the wrongful death of a truck driver ($13 million) and the permanent brain injury of a bobtail truck driver ($4 million)
- Confidential settlement: $15 million involving a 38-year-old man who was left a ventilator-dependent quadriplegic as a result of his neck being broken during an intubation
- Confidential settlement: $12.5 million involving a suicide
- Gaston County: $10.75 million settlement with physicians and hospital in case involving an infant who suffered permanent brain injuries at birth
- Mecklenburg County: $8.1 million wrongful death verdict in a case involving an outpatient suicide. This represents the highest verdict in the United States in a suicide case.
- Guilford County: $7.1 million verdict represented the first medical malpractice verdict ever in Guilford County, the highest medical malpractice verdict in North Carolina at the time and the second-highest punitive damages verdict in the state
- $7 million in damages awarded to the family of a Chocowinity woman who died from blood clots that arose shortly after she switched from shots to pills for her birth control
- Confidential settlement: $4.5 million involving a child who suffered a significant brain injury as a result of medical treatment received for a heart condition
- Cumberland County: $3.5 million verdict involving an infant who suffered permanent brain injuries
- Confidential settlement: $3.25 million for the wrongful death of a 46-year-old husband and father of four children who died due to a failure to see and appreciate a brain aneurysm by a radiologist performing an MRA (magnetic resonance angiogram)
- Confidential settlement: $2.3 million for the wrongful death of a 38-year-old wife and mother of two children who died following a routine thyroidectomy
- Cumberland County: $1.5 million settlement in a car accident involving a 31-year-old wife and mother of two children that resulted in a closed-head injury and permanent brain damage
- Macon County: $800,000 wrongful death verdict in a case involving throat cancer
- Wade E. Byrd has settled dozens of other cases in excess of $1 million.
Learn More About Our Law Firm
To learn more about the kinds of results our attorneys deliver for our clients, please contact the Law Offices of Wade E. Byrd P.A. in Fayetteville, by calling 910-779-3135. Free consultations with our lawyers are available.