In 2007 Frank settled a tractor trailer semi-truck collision involving the death of a 44 year old for $1.5 million-in this case the driver of the truck was uninsured and Frank got the money from the owner of the trailer being hauled as well as the dispatch company that dispatched the driver from the Port of Los Angeles. In 2008 Frank settled a tire defect-tread separation case involving the death an unbelted infant passenger for $1 million.
Mr. O’Kane has vast experience in CRIMINAL DEFENSE in everything from DUIs, drug possession and intent to sell to murder cases. Recently Mr. O’Kane defended a client accused of attempted murder facing 20 years in prison. Mr. O’Kane obtained a reduced sentence of 1 year in county jail plus probation.
Most DUI cases are reduced to dry charges with no jail time, no suspended license and minimum fines. Mr. O’Kane is also an expert at getting convictions EXPUNGED.
his Lemon Law practice Frank has
obtained hundreds of thousands of dollars for consumers who have been the
victims of multiple repairs and dealer fraud. Just this year he obtained a
six (6) figure settlement in a dealer fraud case where the consumer was
sold a $200,000 car and the dealer failed to disclose that the car had
been in a serious accident and was repaired and painted without using the
manufacturer’s parts or paint. Frank also obtained a $51,000.00 settlement
for a consumer who was the victim of multiple repairs on her five (5) year
old used vehicle.
His other notable cases include McCall v. DOE Trailer, Co., ($4.55 million settlement) a product liability case concerning an overhead door
Pesso v. Myers, (verdict: $2.85 million), involving injuries from a vehicle rollover accident
Fell v. Doe ($3.65 settlement) in which a loading dock worker was seriously injured after being pinned by a truck against a commercial trash receptacle.
Staley v. MTA ($3.2 Million settlement) in which a UCLA graduate student suffered multiple injuries when hit by an MTA bus.
Passy v. State Farm ($3.05 million settlement), an uninsured motorist case involving fibromyalgia and closed head injury.
Most recently Frank settled the case
of Peterson v. Quickrete
for the wrongful death of a 50-year-old father of three in the
sum of $7.75 million.