Laddey Clark & Ryan has recovered tens of millions of dollars for our injured clients
More importantly, we have changed the lives of our clients, providing them with hope for the future.
Laddey Clark & Ryan’s mission is to provide injured clients and their families with the highest probability of success and the highest level of professionalism. This is who we are, and our record of accomplishment speaks for itself. We are dedicated to obtaining financial justice from the insurance carriers and corporations representing those parties responsible for your losses, and protecting you throughout the stressful process of pursuing justice.
We view each client as important and recognize that the outcomes of their cases significantly affect their futures. We believe in being exceptionally well-prepared, working creatively and smart, staying focused and maintaining close relationships with our clients.
Much of our satisfaction comes from earning the confidence and trust of our clients and knowing that with each verdict and settlement we are obtaining financial security for our clients and their families. Along the way, we have been recognized as the “Best” and “Top” personal injury law firm. While we are humbled by the accolades, we are not driven by them. Our passion comes from providing the highest quality representation and obtaining the best possible results for our clients.
Our philosophy guides how we work with clients every day and has allowed us to successfully serve our clients for 30 years.
19-year-old girl is rear-ended and had a herniation in her neck that will eventually result in surgery. The insurance company for the other driver, Mercury Insurance, claimed all of the spinal damage was due to old age and only made a minimal settlement offer. The jury was able to see how much the spinal damage and constant pain impacted the future for this young woman.
A 14-year-old girl’s father ran a stop sign and collided with a passing car. She suffered a herniation in her neck, which harms her ability to play the viola. She had been a serious candidate at Julliard. The insurance company, Allstate, offered $7,500 pre-trial, which forced this case into the jury’s hands.
A woman leaving work at 1 a.m. slipped on black ice in the parking lot outside of her office building, fracturing her ankle. She worked at an international company that conducted business at all hours of the day. The company that was hired to perform 24/7 monitoring of the property claimed it had no idea that people would be working that late and therefore should not be held responsible for re-freeze situations. We successfully argued that the snow and ice removal company, which received weather alerts every two hours, should have known that there was a re-freeze situation, and that it was well aware people worked in this office 24/7.
An elevator maintained by Schindler Elevator Corporation dropped and slammed to a stop in Stateline, Nevada, severely injuring one of the passengers. Schindler and its attorneys maintained throughout the case that it did nothing wrong despite the admissions of its own supervisors that it was not maintaining the elevators to the proper standards.
A 72 year-old man slipped and fell on black ice outside a Wells Fargo Bank. He suffered a spinal injury and required emergency surgery that confined him to a wheelchair. Wells Fargo and the company it hired to clear ice from the property attempted to blame the victim, but we were able to convince the jury the ice was an ongoing condition caused by a poor drainage pipe.
Аn 18-year-old woman was rear-ended on her way home from college and suffered a herniation in her lower spine. Her doctors said her injury would eventually result in a fusion surgery. The insurance company, New Jersey Manufacturers, offered only $50,000 to resolve the case before trial started. We were able to show the jury how the terrible injury to this young woman has dramatically altered her life, and the woman’s treating doctors showed how the damage to her spine is progressive.
Schindler Elevator Corporation created false work reports claiming a secretary performed maintenance on an elevator at the Headquarters Plaza building in Morristown, NJ. The elevator eventually failed catastrophically, severely injuring the carpenter inside. The man will never work again and is now in constant pain from his injuries. This case was a retrial after a previous jury entered an award of $4,000,000 in the same case that Schindler was able to get reversed on appeal.