Verdicts & Settlements

The following is a limited sampling of cases Keches Law Group , P.C. handles every day! The facts of every case are different. Please consult your attorney concerning your losses.


Keches Law Group , P.C.'s tort department handles multi-million dollar cases offering an unmatched depth of knowledge and experience with outstanding results. Some of these results are listed below:

  • A Barnstable County Verdict in excess of $4 million for a drywall contractor who  sustained a severe ankle fracture, leg fracture, neck fractures, and injuries to his wrists and face
  • A Suffolk County jury has awarded $2,025,000 to an iron worker who suffered a disabling shoulder injury.
  • $6 Million awarded to a Springfield woman who claimed her doctor permanently injured her after he fell on her during a drunken stumble.
  • $3 million in a case involving a 21-year-old laborer for a severe crushing injury resulting in the amputation of both legs
  • $2.7 million settlement- Injuries require removal of part of worker’s leg
  • $2.5 Million settlement for a boy suffocates after falling into concrete mixer; sand piles concealed opening to funnel chute
  • $2.1 million for a 21 year old worker who fell into stone crushing machine.
  • $1.4 million to an iron worker who was struck from behind by a hydraulic machine resulting in chronic neck and arm pain and significant limitations
  • $1.4 million to a construction worker who fell forty feet at work resulting in the loss of a kidney and a kidney transplant
  • $1.2 million for a construction worker who suffered a compression fracture when he fell into a floor opening resulting in a permanent and total disability from work
  • $1.1 million for a utility lineman injured when he fell 30 feet resulting in multiple herniated discs
  • $925,000 for a construction worker who fell approximately 20 feet off of an iron beam sustaining a closed head injury
  • $922,000 in an auto case resulting in facial injuries and sustained post concussive syndrome
  • $825,000 for a laborer who suffered a crushing injury to his calf when a truck ran over his leg
  • $750,000 in a case involving an iron worker who injured his back at work resulting in the surgical implantation of rods and screws in his back
  • $625,000 jury verdict for an iron worker who injured his knee at work resulting in a torn medial meniscus
  • $569,000 jury verdict in a case involving a construction worker who slipped and fell on snow and ice at a construction site
  • $530,000 for a laborer who suffered considerable internal injuries including a full urethral disruption and bilateral pelvic fractures when an electrical cabinet fell on him

Keches Law Group , P.C.'s medical malpractice department has proven results in cases involving catastrophic injuries, including wrongful death, misdiagnosed cancers, obstetrical and birth-related trauma and brain damage, surgical errors, and nursing home injuries. See below for some cases we have handled:

  • $6.4M Jury Verdict for a pregnant woman whose improperly treated severe preeclampsia lead to a brain bleed and neurological injuries and complication
  • $5.4M for a brain injured new born whose labor and delivery was mismanaged by the failure to expeditiously perform a cesarean section in the presence of persistent abnormal fetal heart tracing
  • $3M for a child with severe and permanent brain damage as a result of the failure to timely recognize the need for prompt C-Section
  • $2.6 million for the wrongful death of a 41-year-old mother of two after gynecological surgery
  • $2.5M for a child who suffered cerebral palsy as a result of the failure to recognize fetal distress during labor and delivery
  • $2.5 million in an obstetrical malpractice case resulting in severe neurological injuries in a newborn.
  • $2 million arbitration award in a case involving a woman who developed RSD in all four limbs following thoracic outlet surgery
  • $1.5 million for a mother who suffered a ruptured uterus and a baby who suffered neurological injuries during childbirth
  • $1.1 million for a young man who was already profoundly impaired then lost the ability to communicate and relate to his parents due to operating room negligence
  • $1.1 million in a case involving a failure to diagnose malignant melanoma
  • $1M from the U.S. Government for the family of Rhode Island woman who died during her pregnancy from improperly treated diabetes
  • $1 million in a cervical cancer case resulting in the death of a 27-year-old mother
  • $1M for the family of a man who died from septic shock with multiple organ failure from a small bowel perforation during hernia surgery
  • $1 million for a baby who suffered brain damage during delivery
  • $1 million for a woman who suffered more extensive disfiguring facial injuries due to the growth of an undiagnosed tumor
  • $925,000 for twins who suffered neurological injuries during childbirth
  • $900,000 for a young woman who suffered nerve damage to the leg during treatment for an aneurysm
  • $810,000 in a case where the doctor failed to timely follow up on a rising PSA resulting in spread of prostate cancer.
  • $750,000 In a case where a woman died from improperly treated infection related to a kidney stone
  • $700,000 jury verdict in a case involving the failure to properly surgically correct a leg fracture resulting in a permanent leg deformity
  • $325,000 for failure to prescribe a blood thinner to an elderly woman causing her death

Each year Keches Law Group, P.C. has many six figure settlements for all kinds of workers including the building trades, iron workers, tunnel workers, millwrights, glaziers and laborers who sustained neck, shoulder, back or knee injuries, heart attacks, brain damage, paralysis or even death. Here are some examples:

  • A young worker who suffered a serious work related motor vehicle accident leaving him a paraplegic
  • A laborer who suffered multiple burns in an explosion of a chemical drum
  • A settlement in a widow's claim whose husband died in an explosion
  • An employee injured in a manhole explosion
  • A car salesperson who slipped at work injuring his back resulting in two surgical spine fusions
  • An iron worker who suffered a back injury while lifting at work resulting in surgery and a permanent disability as an iron worker
  • A worker who suffered a crushing injury resulting in a leg amputation