Our Victories

Clore Law Group, LLC has achieved numerous multi-million dollar legal victories in many states, spanning cases such as automobile and truck accidents, medical malpractice, defective medical devices, harmful drugs, workplace injuries, toxic exposures, and assault cases, totaling over $200 million in attorney victories.

We are proud of the following victories, which we have obtained for our clients as the result of our devotion to them and to their causes, as well as our extensive legal experience—a combined amount of over 50 years. Any prior results achieved on behalf of one client in one matter does not necessarily indicate, and cannot be relied upon to mean, that similar results can be obtained for other clients or in similar cases.

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Brain Surgery Guidance System / Brain Injury Jury Award

A middle-aged man with a benign brain tumor that had enlarged over a year or two had surgery to remove the tumor. The neurosurgeon used a new guidance system device to map the brain and assist him in locating the tumor in the operation.

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Instead of reaching the tumor to remove it during the operation, however, it was alleged that the guidance system led the surgeon to a different, healthy area of the brain that was in a critical location. The result was that the patient was left with a quarter-sized hole in a healthy part of his brain that involved motor and memory functions. So, he suffered a moderate brain injury, and stroke-like damage; and, the benign tumor was never taken out. Mark Clore took the case to trial and, after 2-3 weeks, the jury awarded a substantial verdict against the device-manufacturer and in the man’s favor.

Food Poisoning at Restaurant Confidential Settlement

Two women went to eat at a chain restaurant, and they shared appetizers and ordered similar entrees. Both were sick the next morning, and while one recovered, the other’s condition became critical.

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She was hospitalized and tests confirmed a food-poisoning related bacteria that severely damaged her kidneys, eventually requiring a kidney transplant. Mark Clore was able to develop evidence from local regulatory sources that the restaurant had a history of employee-contamination of its food products, as well as to link the food type and bacteria with physician expert witnesses. The case against the restaurant chain resulted in a confidential settlement for the woman.

Benzene Exposure / Leukemia Confidential Settlement

A middle-aged contractor in an oil-refinery was repeatedly and unknowingly exposed to high levels of benzene, and he developed leukemia (blood cancer) following retirement.

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Mark Clore represented him in a case against the refinery facility, alleging that: the benzene releases were outside of federal OSHA standards, the man was not provided sufficient respiratory and other personal protection, and the benzene caused his leukemia. The case settled confidentially in the man’s favor after numerous depositions and highly qualified expert witnesses supported the case.

Private Gym Facility Failed to Apply AED During Cardiac Arrest Confidential Settlement

Despite various federal and state laws that help protect gyms and other facilities from lawsuits if they properly train staff on, and use, automated external defibrillators (AEDs) for people suffering cardiac arrest, some gyms still go without these life-saving devices or, even worse, purchase one and then never train staff how to use it.

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Clore Law Group, LLC encountered the latter situation when they sued, with the assistance of an out-of-state lawfirm, a large gym facility, alleging negligence that resulted in the severe brain injury of a middle-aged man who suffered a heart attack, then cardiac arrest, while on one of the gym’s treadmill machines. Even though the gym had a fully charged AED near the front desk, which could have automatically shocked and brought the man back to life, the gym staff did not know what to do with it. For years AEDs have been approved by the FDA and sold to businesses and even for home use. When the device is turned on, it gives simple commands with a few basic diagrams showing how to apply the small pads to a victim’s chest, and then how to press a button in order to deliver the shock. But by the time EMS arrived and used the machine to restore the man’s heart, over ten minutes had elapsed, and he suffered very severe brain damage from lack of oxygenated blood flow during that time. Clore Law Group, LLC obtained a confidential settlement for the man and his family as a result.

Dramshop / Death Confidential Settlement

Clore Law Group, LLC represented the family of a young man who was a pedestrian when was struck and killed by an intoxicated driver. The intoxicated driver was leaving a business licensed to sell alcohol when he struck the young man and injured others.

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The intoxicated driver was located and video evidence of alcohol sales violations were obtained through legal discovery. Under some state laws regarding "Dramshop" liability, a bar, restaurant, or other establishment that serves alcohol to patrons can be held responsible for their negligent acts when the establishment serves someone they know or should know is intoxicated/inebriated. The case was settled confidentially by Clore Law Group, LLC for the family of the young man who died.

Residential Construction Worker Paralyzed from Fall Confidential Settlement

A young husband and father of young children was working as a contract framer building residential homes when he fell from the second floor at a construction-site of a home in progress. As a result, he was paralyzed from the chest down.

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Clore Law Group, LLC alleged that at the time, his employer and the general contractor did not have fall-protection equipment or a plan in use, in violation of federal OSHA regulations for “elevated” work. A confidential settlement for the man and his family was obtained by Clore Law Group, LLC based on the alleged mistakes made in training and educating employees and framers about OSHA requirements.