Verdicts and Settlements

Any case result information provided on any portion of this website is not intended to be a promise of any particular result in a future case. Because the results obtained in specific cases depend on a variety of unique factors, past case results do not guarantee or predict a similar result in future cases undertaken by the Glover Law Firm, nor do the cases listed on this website represent our lawyer’s entire record.

  • $1.2 Million Dollar Settlement
    for inadequate security case against local mall
  • $1.1 Million Dollar Verdict
    in motorcycle case
  • $1 Million Dollar Settlement
    in motorcycle case
  • $700,000 Verdict
    in head-on collision
  • $550,000 Settlement
    in motorcycle/broken leg case
  • $500,000 Settlement
    in dump truck collision
  • $500,000 Confidential Settlement
    in defective highway verdict against N.C. DOT for child four-wheeler wreck
  • $455,000 Settlement
    in tractor-trailer case
  • $390,000 Settlement
    in defective trailer case
  • $325,000 Settlement
    in tractor collision
  • $325,000 Settlement
    in pedestrian case
  • $290,000 Settlement
    in bow and arrow accident case
  • $275,000 Settlement
    against retailer in falling merchandise case
  • $270,000 Settlement
    in broken leg case
  • $250,000 Settlement
    in shoulder injury case
  • $250,000 Settlement
    in Head-On Collision
  • $250,000 Judgment
    in Intersection collision
  • $235,000 Settlement
    in Nursing Home Negligence Settlement
  • $225,000 Settlement
    in BB gun shooting accident
  • $200,000 Settlement
    in back injury case
  • $200,000 Settlement
    for Woman Mugged at Local Mall
  • $195,000 Verdict
    in Head-on collision
  • $190,000 Arbitration Award
    in ankle fracture case
  • $175,000 Verdict
    in Head-On Collision
  • $150,000 Verdict
    in Rear-end collision
  • $125,000 Verdict
    for Bicycle Accident
  • Confidential Medical Malpractice Settlement
    for failure to diagnose cancer
  • Confidential settlement
    in pedestrian death case


Each legal claim in North Carolina, just like each client, is different.  The all have unique fact patterns and legal consequences.

That’s why it makes sense to sit down with an OBX lawyer, talk about your personal injury case, and see if there is a way we can help.  The Verdicts and Settlements above represent disputed legal claims.  That means our law firm provided legal representation, helping to secure a settlement (or verdict).

“Effective legal representation for NC accident cases involves a combination of trial experience, preparation, and dedication to detail.  We provide this information to help people understand, when it comes to car accidents or other wrecks and injuries, some legal matters are more substantial than others.  We understand what claims are worth because we have help people with both large and small claims in Northeastern North Carolina.”  Danny Glover, OBX Personal Injury Lawyer

Prior to signing a Settlement Agreement or any type of release, please consult with an attorney experienced handling personal injury claims in North Carolina.  It’s important to keep your personal information private and confidential.

That is one reason why Plaintiff’s Lawyers talk about the “attorney-client relationship” and confidentiality.  What you tell your attorney is private.

You are not required to sign a Medical Authorization and Release to make a claim for money damages associated with car car accidents, semi truck accidents, or motorcycle wrecks in North Carolina.  While documentation may be appropriate to present a claim with an insurance company, disclosing your entire medical history is not.

Insurance companies in North Carolina are in the business of limiting claims.  They represent the corporation, the insurance company.  They do not represent you; nor do they represent your best interests.

In fact, you are considered an “adverse party” or an “adverse claim” by the insurance adjustor.  That means your interests are adverse to theirs.

As such, why would an insurance company ask for a full release of all your medical information?  What is the purpose of looking through your most personal medical history information?  Does that help you. . .or them?

Insurance companies often look for a way to avoid paying claims.

If they can use your own records against you, especially if you gave them full and unlimited access to your medical information by way of a Medical Authorize and Release, so be it.

Whether it is our law firm or another personal injury attorney in the OBX, we encourage you to seek legal representation without delay.

Now is the time to call.

Danny Glover