Case Results & Success Stories
Attorney Matt Trollinger has hundreds of success stories in his personal injury and workers’ compensation injury cases, but here are just a few recent results that speak for themselves.*
$2.5 Million - Truck Accident
$2.5 Million For a Family in a Trucking Accident.
$2.2 Million - Truck Accident
$2.2 million settlement for family injured by negligent Tractor Trailer Driver.
$575,000 - Truck Accident
$575,000.00 verdict for mother and daughter in Carroll County injured by negligent dump truck driver.
$575,000 - Trucking Accident
$575,000 For a Family in a Trucking Accident.
Over $400,000 - Workers’ Compensation
Settlement of over $400,000.00 for injured worker.
$325,000 - Car Accident
$325,000.00 Settlement for Injured Husband and Wife in Carroll County, Maryland Car Accident Case
Our client was a passenger in a vehicle driven by her husband when she was severely injured in a collision in Mt. Airy, Maryland, when the at-fault driver turned left while failing to yield to oncoming traffic on Route 27. The client was flown to shock trauma and suffered severe injuries including broken ribs, a fractured clavicle, a rotator cuff tear, a face droop and eye injuries. Matt Trollinger pushed USAA to make good on its promise to protect its insured. Matt highlighted not only the couple’s injuries, but also their active involvement in their local church, their community and their employment. He was able to obtain the policy limits of the insurance company without filing a lawsuit. The client and her husband received a settlement of over $325,000.00 for their injuries.
$250,000 - Car Accident
$250,000.00 Settlement for Injured Carpenter in Charles County, Maryland Rear End Collision Case
A distracted driver exceeding the speed limit rear-ended a St. Mary’s County resident on his way home from work on Leonardtown Road, in Waldorf, Maryland. The client’s injuries prevented him from being able to work his prior job as a carpenter. Prior to Matt Trollinger’s representation, State Farm employed a popular insurance defense tactic: delay, deny, and defend. For two and a half years after the injury and before Matt’s involvement, State Farm did not make a single offer nor did it accept responsibility for the car crash or injuries their driver caused. Instead, State Farm called it an “accident” and attempted to delay justice. Through a hard nosed litigation strategy, this well deserving client got the insurance policy limits of over six figures, just before the car accident case was scheduled to go to trial in Charles County.
Over $200,000 - Workers’ Compensation
Settlement of over $200,000.00 for injured worker living in Charles County Workers’ Compensation.
Over $100,000 - Car Accident
Over 100,000.00 Settlement to Injured Mother Hit by Car in Montgomery County, Maryland
A Prince George’s County resident was crossing the street in Chevy Chase Maryland when a driver struck her with his vehicle. This collision caused a broken wrist with apparently permanent injury. Our client, a federal employee and mother, was denied compensation for her injuries by the insurance company. But Matt Trollinger pursued her rights in litigation. At the deposition of the at-fault driver, Matt conducted a thorough examination which led to the driver admitting his prior statements about the accident were not true. The driver admitted that, although he originally said the woman darted out in front of him from parked cars, he actually saw her just before the collision — just after he was looking over his shoulder. This helped Matt to get his client a settlement of over six figures for her injuries.
$100,000 - Car Accident
$100,000.00 Settlement for Teacher Injured by Driver Who Lied About Baltimore County, Maryland Car Crash
Matt Trollinger represented a former pastor and current teacher in her auto collision against a State Farm driver who alleged that Matt’s client ran a red light while she was making a left turn. In the years this case was handled before Matt’s involvement, there was no offer and State Farm delayed, denied and defended the claim. The client, a well respected member of her community, suffered from a rotator cuff injury, a broken hand, bad bruising and the embarrassment of State Farm’s insured lying about how the crash happened. Matt found a previously unreachable witness who validated the truth of how the collision happened — which forced State Farm’s hand. The client received a settlement of six figures just weeks before her jury trial was scheduled.