Personal Injury & Employment Law Cases Won and Results
Millions recovered for our clients.
Blair & Ramirez LLP has established a proven track record of success in trial advocacy and class action certifications. Our attorneys have consistently won trial victories on behalf of clients in many areas of personal injury, employment, and business law.
Blair & Ramirez LLP is most proud of a hard-fought undefeated record in taking plaintiff-side matters to trial. Countless courts have appointed our attorneys as lead class counsel in numerous successful class action certification matters.
The attorneys at Blair & Ramirez LLP have recovered millions in compensation for our clients through favorable verdicts and settlements. Here are some of our past client outcomes.
$6.25 MILLION Verdict: Doe Employees v. Doe Employer - Employment Law/Class Action
$2.54 MILLION Verdict: Beverly P. v. John Glenn - Personal Injury/Battery
$2.5 MILLION Settlement: Gender Discrimination and Wrongful Termination
$2,025,000 Settlement - Motorcycle Accident
$1,000,000 Settlement: Race Discrimination
$1,000,000 Settlement: Truck Accident
$1,000,000 Verdict: Doe Employees v. Doe Employer - Employment Law/Class Action
$840,000 Verdict: Doe Employee v. Doe Employer - Employment Law/Sexual Harassment
$759,619.09 Settlement: Whistleblower Retaliation and Wrongful Termination
$750,000 Settlement: Trip and Fall
$750,000 Settlement: Bicycle Accident
$700,000 Verdict: Doe v. Roe - Fraud
$675,000 Verdict: Doe Employees v. Doe Employer - Employment Law/Class Action
$645,000 Settlement: Sexual Harassment
$600,000 Settlement: Motor Vehicle Collision
$500,000 Settlement: Sexual Harassment
$500,000 Judgement: Sexual Harassment and Wrongful Termination
$500,000 Settlement: Settlement: Dudley v. Doe – Personal Injury/ Shoulder Injury
$500,000 Settlement: Settlement: Ansari v. Doe – Personal Injury/Broken Finger
$475,000 Settlement: Doe Employees v. Doe Employer - Employment Law/Sexual Assault
$452,508 Settlement: Tricarico v. Doe Vessel - Personal Injury/Jones Act
$450,000 Settlement: Dangerous Condition of Property
$440,000 Settlement: Luksch v. Doe Employer- Employment Law/Severance Negotiation
$415,000 Settlement: Bouchot v. Doe Employer - Employment Law/Wrongful Termination
$400,000 Settlement: Doe Employee v. Doe Employer - Employment Law/Sexual Assault
$300,000 Settlement: Doe Employees v. Doe Employer - Employment Law/Unpaid Wages
$200,000 Settlement: Employees v. Doe Employer - Employment Law/Mass Action
Settlements: Wage & Overtime Class Actions
- Wage & hour class action settlement against regional employer for $6.25 million. Final approval granted.
- Wage & hour class action settlement against national employer for $1 million. Final approval granted.
- Wage & hour class action settlement against regional employer for $675,000. Final approval granted.
- Wage & hour class action settlement against regional employer for $475,000. Final approval granted.
Verdict: Sexual Harassment
Our attorney and co-founder Oscar Ramirez successfully recovered $840,000 in a multi-week jury trial. An employee enlisted Blair & Ramirez LLP to file suit against the oil exploration company he worked for after an incident of same-sex sexual harassment by his supervisor. This case was latter affirmed by the court when appealed in 2014.
Settlement: Racial Discrimination
Four construction workers who faced racial discrimination and a hostile work environment turned to Blair & Ramirez LLP for representation. Mr. Ramirez recovered a major settlement for the workers.
Mr. Ramirez represented a client who purchased a grocery store, but was not provided with material information that impacted the business’ value at the time of sale. The jury verdict resulted in an award of over $700,000 for the client.
Settlement: Disability Discrimination
When the senior vice president of a national bank was fired due to his disability, Mr. Ramirez advocated for his rights under state and federal law. The client recovered compensation for their unlawful termination through a settlement agreement.
The court sided with Mr. Ramirez and his client, a former union president who had been slandered and defamed by the new president of the union and the union itself. This bench trial resulted in compensation for Mr. Ramirez’ client, both for punitive damages and emotional distress.
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