Media personal injury lawyers
Media personal injury lawyers
Noel & Bonebrake Attorneys at Law
Noel & Bonebrake           Attorneys at Law

Published Verdicts and Results

M.H. v. Bruder and Kozik


This case involved an individual who sustained serious injuries in a motor vehicle  accident. We were able to achieve a total settlement in the amount of  $640,000.00 on behalf of the injured party, utilizing both the liability insurance of the culpable party and the underinsured motorist coverage of our client’s own insurance company. George Noel settled this matter.


E.A. v. Ardmore Floor Sanding


In this case, we represented the homeowners, whose new home was severely damaged as the result of a fire. We alleged that the fire started due to the energized extension cord of a floor sander being left on top of a pile of sawdust following floor sanding activities. Our attorneys proved that this act led to the spontaneous combustion of the sawdust, which caused the fire.


Experts were retained on both sides. After a 4 day trial in Montgomery County, a gross verdict in excess of $500,000.00 was returned in favor of the plaintiffs, which represented the full amount of the homeowners’ damages. This case was tried, jointly, by George Noel and Scott Bonebrake.


F.D. v. Eastern Web


This matter involved an individual who was injured while unloading products from his  work truck at a client’s job site. Our attorneys argued that the unlevelness of the defendant’s loading facility caused plaintiff to fall while unloading products from his truck. The plaintiff injured his shoulder in the fall.


 This case was settled by Scott Bonebrake shortly before trial for the sum of $400,000.00.


A.P. v. Franco et al.


In AP, we represented a property owner whose house suffered severe damage in a
fire. The cause of the fire was suspicious. Suit was filed against all of the tenants. Following the taking of several depositions, including that of the Philadelphia Fire Marshal, evidence had been demonstrated that the fire resulted from the actions of one of the tenants. Settlement occurred shortly before trial for a total in excess of $235,000.00. Scott Bonebrake handled the case.



F.K. v. The Dog House Saloon


This lawsuit involved an individual who fractured his ankle when he slipped and fell on a wet tile floor entering a local bar. Liability was hotly contested.


After a 3 day jury trial in Delaware County, a net verdict was returned in favor of the plaintiff in the amount of $217,500.00. This matter was tried by George Noel.





This case proceeded to Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR), which is commonly used
by attorneys as an alternative to trial. ADR is often utilized because it is much more cost effective, and quicker, than proceeding to trial by jury. Our client suffered injuries to her wrist and head when she was struck by a SEPTA bus. Our attorneys were able to obtain a $215,000.00 recovery in favor of the client.  This case was tried by George Noel.



K.K. v. Bear Creek Mountain Ski Resort


In KK v. Bear Creek Mountain Ski Resort, our client suffered a fractured femur which required surgery while snow tubing on the defendant’s mountain. The injury occurred when a subsequent tuber was allowed down the mountain before KK was clear of his path. This case resulted in settlement at mediation in the amount of $175,000.00, and was handled by Scott Bonebrake.



J.G. v. Pathmark


This matter involved an individual who suffered injuries to his arm/hand when his hand was pulled into the conveyor belt at the checkout line at Pathmark, and proceeded to trial in Philadelphia County before a jury. The result was a verdict in favor of the plaintiff in the amount of $73,354.00. The case was tried by Scott Bonebrake.











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Noel & Bonebrake
Attorneys at Law
27 E. Second St.
Media, PA 19063
Direct: (610) 892-7700
Fax: 610-892-7712

Email: Scott Bonebrake

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