* $3,500,000 judgment against a drunk driver after a car accident in Clay County, Missouri (2014)
* $776,424 arbitration award against an Ameriprise broker who deceived an investor (2013)
* $589,525 judgment for a passenger injured when her driver drove through a stop sign (2016)
* Confidential Settlement against a pharmaceutical company that made a defective medical device (2015)
* Confidential wrongful death settlement after a fatal fall on a business’s premises (2015)
* $100,000 settlement against a drunk driver after a head-on collision in Kansas City, Missouri (2015)
* $100,000 settlement for a fall victim who broke her wrist on dangerous steps (2016)
The Law Office of Jared A. Rose achieved a $589,525 judgment on behalf of an elderly woman who was injured as a passenger in a car driven by her husband. Her husband drove through a stop sign and hit another vehicle, causing his wife severe and permanent injuries.
Jared resolved a Kansas City, Missouri case on behalf of an elderly veteran for $35,000. The veteran had been the passenger in a car that was hit by a driver who ignored a stop sign. Jared’s client suffered injuries to his neck, back, and knees.
A passenger on a boat on a Missouri lake suffered back and neck injuries when she fell out of her seat after the boat’s owner sped up and slowed down erratically. Jared was able to negotiate a $25,000 settlement for her injuries.
Jared resolved a Johnson County, Kansas car wreck case on behalf of his client for the $25,000 policy limit held by the defendant driver, and later recovered an additional $5,500 in underinsured motorist coverage for his client.
The Law Office of Jared A. Rose recovered $25,000 from the insurance company — the maximum amount available – for a man who was hurt while being removed from a bar in Westport. The bouncer who removed him had used excessive force when doing so.
Jared represented a woman after she fell on steps in front of her grandmother’s house in Kansas City, Missouri. When she landed, she fractured her right wrist, which required surgery. The steps were poorly maintained, cracked, and crumbling. The Law Office of Jared A. Rose recovered the $100,000 policy limit from the insurance company.
The Law Office of Jared A. Rose recovered the $100,000 insurance policy limit from the insurance company for a drunk driver who hit Jared’s client. While traveling across the Heart of America Bridge, Jared’s client was struck head on by the drunk driver.
The Law Office of Jared A. Rose represented a car accident victim who sustained a concussion and injuries to his right knee and chest. Jared helped the man recover $25,000 from the insurance company for the defendant — the maximum amount available from that insurance company. Jared also recovered $4,000 in underinsured motorist coverage from his client’s underinsured motorist coverage.
A woman walking her dog in Johnson County, Kansas, was struck by a vehicle while she was crossing a crosswalk. The defendant was making a right hand turn and struck her while she was attempting to cross. Jared helped her recover $62,000 for her injuries.
The Law Office of Jared A. Rose represented a man who was struck by a negligent driver in Kansas City, Missouri. The other driver blew through a stop sign and hit Jared’s client. Jared’s client suffered injuries to his head, neck, back, left hip and left shoulder and Jared settled the case for $19,000.
The Law Office of Jared A. Rose represented a woman who was in a car accident that caused injuries to her back and shoulder. The defendant rear-ended Jared’s client in Kansas City, Missouri. Jared helped the woman recover $17,795 for her injuries.
A woman in Lenexa, Kansas, fell into a hole on a neighbor’s property, breaking her leg so severely that she was hospitalized for several weeks. Jared helped the woman recover $60,000 for her injuries.
A man was walking out of a restaurant on Westport Road, in Kansas City, Missouri, when he fell on the sidewalk and fractured a bone in his right foot. There was a railing along the sidewalk but the railing ended suddenly and there was an unmarked drop off to a lower sidewalk. The lack of railing was later corrected by the property owner after Jared helped the injured customer receive a settlement for his injuries.
The Law Office of Jared A. Rose represented a man who was injured by a negligent driver. The defendant didn’t stop at a stop sign in Kansas City, Missouri. Jared’s client suffered serious injuries to several parts of his body and Jared helped the man recover $50,000 from the insurance company — the maximum amount available under the negligent driver’s insurance policy.
The Law Office of Jared A. Rose represented a family whose mother died in a motorcycle accident in South Carolina. The mother had been a passenger on the motorcycle. The motorcycle driver lost control of the motorcycle and slid into oncoming traffic. The motorcycle driver had borrowed the motorcycle from a friend. Unfortunately, the motorcycle driver and the motorcycle owner did not have personal assets that could compensate the family who lost their mother. Jared helped the family recover $75,000 from the insurance company for the driver of the motorcycle and the insurance company for the owner of the motorcycle — the maximum amounts available in the case.
A Kansas woman received a $13,000 settlement from a defendant who rear-ended her vehicle on I-35 in Johnson County, Kansas. Jared’s client had suffered neck, back, and abdominal pain. After filing a lawsuit, Jared was able to negotiate the settlement on behalf of his client.
A woman who slipped and fell at a store received a confidential settlement from the defendant. Jared Rose represented the woman and alleged that the premises of the store were unsafe. Under Missouri law, a store owner must protect shoppers from dangerous conditions that the store owner knows about or should know about.
The Law Office of Jared A. Rose obtained a $25,000 settlement on behalf of a man who was rear-ended at the intersection of I-435 and Wornall Road in Kansas City, Missouri. Jared’s client suffered head, neck, and back injuries. The $25,000 settlement was the maximum amount available under the defendant driver’s insurance policy.
A Missouri state court in Clay County, Missouri, entered a $3,500,000 judgment for one of Jared’s clients, who had been the passenger in a vehicle that was hit head-on by a drunk driver on Interstate 435. The drunk driver had been driving 85 miles per hour going the wrong way on the interstate. The crash was covered by local TV Stations. A copy of the petition in this lawsuit can be found here.
It took emergency crews almost an hour and a half to extricate the accident victim from her vehicle using the Jaws of Life. She almost died at the scene due to blood loss from internal injuries and broken bones in both of her arms and both of her legs. She endured five surgeries, and months of rehabilitation in order to walk again. The surgeries left permanent scars on her arms and legs. Throughout her ordeal, Jared’s client has exhibited an enormous amount of courage and perseverance as she tries to put her life back together.
The Law Office of Jared A. Rose arrived at a $25,000 settlement on behalf of a young boy who had been the passenger in a vehicle that collided with another vehicle and then skidded off the road and into some trees. The boy suffered injuries to his neck, abdomen, hip, and back, but eventually reached a full recovery.
Jared settled a case on behalf of a young woman who had been in a car crash and suffered a dislocated shoulder and nerve damage in her left hand due to hyperextension of her left wrist. Jared’s client was waiting to turn left on Wornall Road in Kansas City when she was rear-ended by a careless driver. The case resolved for $25,000, which was the maximum amount available under the defendant driver’s car insurance policy limits.
The Law Office of Jared A. Rose was able to secure a $50,000 settlement for a young mother whose car was T-boned when another driver ran a red light at the intersection of Missouri Highway 150 and 135th Street in Kansas City, Missouri. Jared’s client suffered a concussion and many of the symptoms associated with concussions, including loss of consciousness, memory problems, confusion, and headaches.
Jared was able to arrive at a $16,000 settlement on behalf of a woman who was injured at Harrah’s North Kansas City. While she was waiting in line to attend a concert, a security guard who was using a metal detector carelessly waved the wand in front of the woman’s face and broke her nose. Harrah’s would have been liable for the negligence of its employee.
Jared represented a pedestrian who was hit by a drunk driver. The pedestrian had been walking across a crosswalk on Wornall Road in the Waldo neighborhood of Kansas City, Missouri. She suffered broken bones in both legs. In order to walk again, she had to undergo months of rehabilitation. After the case was filed in Jackson County Circuit Court, the parties settled the case for the maximum amount available under the defendant’s car insurance policy limits.
The Law Office of Jared A. Rose won a $776,462 award along with attorney Diane Nygaard on behalf of an elderly investor. The investor had placed his trust in Ameriprise and one of its brokers, and the arbitration panel found that Ameriprise had breached its fiduciary duties to the investor by selling him variable annuities and non-publicly traded REITs that generated large fees and commissions for Ameriprise and its broker but did not serve the investor’s best interests.
A PDF of the panel’s decision can be found here.
Jared secured a $30,000 settlement for an injured car crash victim who had been T-boned while driving through the intersection at 43rd and Belleview in Kansas City, Missouri. Jared’s client suffered a moderate interstitial tear of the anterior supraspinatus tendon in her left shoulder. The insurance company representing the other driver agreed to settle the case before a lawsuit was filed.
The Law Office of Jared A. Rose arrived at a $40,000 settlement with the owner of a dog that had attacked a young woman, severing tendons in her hand and causing injuries that required surgery and physical therapy. Under Missouri law, a dog owner can be held strictly liable if their dog bites someone without provocation. After filing a lawsuit and going through depositions and mediation, the parties in this case were able to arrive at a settlement. A copy of the Petition can be found here.
After filing a FINRA statement of claim against a brokerage firm for failing to supervise one of its brokers, during mediation, The Law Office of Jared A. Rose was able to secure a confidential settlement on behalf of a client who had been sold a promissory note. The promissory note was supposed to help Brenda Wood buy the New York Life building at 920 Main Street in Kansas City, but she was not able to secure enough financing to buy the building, the deal fell through, she filed for bankruptcy, and never made any payments on the note. Jared was able to argue that although the broker had said the promissory note was a sure thing, it was actually risky and should never have been recommended by the broker. Jared argued that the brokerage firm should have been doing a better job of supervising its broker.
The Law Office of Jared A. Rose represented the driver of a car that was hit head-on by a drunk driver who was driving 85 miles per hour going the wrong way on I-435.
Luckily, thanks to a trucker who stopped and put out a fire that could have engulfed the car, and to emergency personnel that arrived with the jaws of life, the driver escaped with a torn PCL and abrasions. The drunk driver’s insurance company, State Farm, settled with Jared’s client for the insurance policy’s $100,000 policy limit.
The Law Office of Jared A. Rose and The Law Offices of Stephen R. Bough represented a 54-year old widow whose husband had died in a rural car crash with no surviving witnesses. Investigation revealed that he was probably trying to avoid an approaching car that had crossed the center line at the top of a hill. The widow’s insurance company, Liberty Mutual had issued an uninsured motorist policy that required a hit-and-run claim to prove actual physical contact despite a state law saying that coverage exists regardless of whether physical contact is made.
The claim was settled for the uninsured motorist insurance policy limits of $100,000, consisting of two equal stacked payments of $50,000 for each car listed on the policy. The settlement was report in Missouri Lawyers Weekly.