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"I am deeply grateful that I had Robin Remley to help me untangle the issues surrounding my case. Their clear and direct advice made all the difference."
Attorney Remley was able to secure a high six figure settlement against a defendant driver who ran a red light and hit Plaintiff's motorcycle, which caused Plaintiff to undergo multiple surgeries, and walk with a cane.
Attorney Remley obtained a high six figure settlement on behalf of a widow whose husband fell down basement stairs in a home they rented, and later died. A toxicologist and construction expert jointly opined that the decedent would have been better off without a railing, than to have a defective, unstable one--because he relied on the railing for support...when had he not reached for a railing, he likely would have braced himself for the fall.
Law Office of Robin Remley LLC has handled injury, accident, and death cases for over twenty years, resolving many with settlements to assist clients with their future care and financial assistance, and is ready to assist you with our case.
Janette Kennedy v. Uniterd States Postal Service 2016
United States District Court, N.D. Indiana
Atttorney Remley defeated Defendants' Motion for Summary Judgment with respect to FMLA Interference; Count II, FMLA Retaliation; and Count III, Disability Discrimination. Remley was then able to achieve a six figure settlement on behalf of her client who had suffered debilitating migraines causing her to need intermittent FMLA. Among other things, USPS counted FMLA covered days as unexcused absences and harassed her in retaliation for taking FMLA, calling her crazy.
Remley defeated Defendant's Motion for Summary Judgment with respect to (1) FMLA interference claim as to inclusion of FMLA leave time in calculating quotas, (2) FMLA retaliation claim related to the January 2013 CorrectiveAction Notice, (3) ADA disparate treatment claim, and (4) ADA failure to accommodate claim. A six figure settlement was later obtained for back pay, front pay, and attorneys fees.
Hill v. Vyas U.S. District Court
Remley represented four women, medical assistants who were forced to put down 9-5 working hours, when in reality, they were each working 10 hour days, and not being paid overtime per the FLSA. Additionally, the Defendant doctor battered two of the women in front of patients, and had secret pension funds, of which the employees had no knowledge. Remley was able to obtain all overtime owed each plaintiff, plus liquidated damages and attorneys fees. Additionally, each employee was paid the equivalent of monies in their "secret" pension funds.
In many case of wrongful termination due to discrimination, we were able to get our clients settlement that provided back pay, front pay, and helped them find a supportive work environment in which to continue their career.
We have obtained multiple settlements in cases involving overtime/FLSA violations
Glenn D Ware v. Gary School City, Gary City of, Karen Freeman-Wilson, Lake Co Prosecutors Office and M Brown Case Number:2:2015cv0004 N.D. IN; Remley tried this case in federal court, and obtained a plaintiff's verdict and found defendants liable for 1st Amendment retaliation where an off duty Gary School security officer body slammed Plaintiff and pointed a gun at him after Plaintiff verbally defended himself against Defendant Brown's hostile remarks. Although minimal in dollar value, this case was monumental in that it ratified that free speech is paramount in the United States and those acting under color of law cannot retaliate for its exercise.
Qualls v. City of Gary, Indiana Case No. 2:14-CV-476 JVB., United States District Court, Northern District Indiana.
After five yeas of litigation, and with the assistance of one of the best excessive force experts in the country, Remley secured a reasonable six figure settlement on behalf of Hakimah Qualls, a petite, 5'2" 100 lb. female who was brutally dragged, choked and punched by a Gary reserve officer, while cuffed and in the back of a squad car for a crime she didn't commit in the first place. She suffered multiple injuries, including a broken jaw that had to be wired shut, and PTSD. She was also falsely charged with various crimes, which were later dismissed.