Recent Case Results

When searching for the right Personal Injury Attorney in Sonoma or Marin Counties to recover compensation for you after an accident, you need to know what to look for in terms of the lawyer’s qualities.

One of the ways you can tell if an attorney is an excellent choice is by looking at his or her success record. Fiumara & Milligan Law, PC has represented clients for over two decades and has successfully recovered millions of dollars in damages for clients since 1992.

More than 98 percent of our lawsuits result in substantial settlements, because our focus is combined with an excellent trial record that defense attorneys pay to avoid.

Many of our clients have recovered damages ranging into the millions of dollars to cover their medical expenses, to replace their lost income and to compensate them for their pain, suffering and emotional distress.

Our firm approaches each case aggressively in order to get the best results, but we also recognize that our clients are going through some of the most difficult times in their lives. We will treat you with respect and compassion as we fight tirelessly to get you the results that you need and deserve.

Read through some of our recent case results below to see what we have been able to accomplish for our clients.

Personal Injury Case Results












  • $225,000 Truck Accident



  • $200,000 Hostile Workplace Award



  • $100,000 Rear End Accident





  • $82,000 Slip and Fall at Major Grocery Chain Store



  • $75,000 Trip and Fall on Landlord Premises



Recent Great Criminal Defense Results

Our team of dedicated and experienced attorneys work tirelessly on every aspect of your case from arraignment through dismissal and/or sentencing to get you the most favorable outcome possible under the law. If trial is necessary, then a vigorous and zealous defense is put on until the jury verdict for acquittal.

This is a partial Listing of the Law Firm’s Great Criminal Defense Results:


We just represented a client of ours through trial and he was acquitted of a misdemeanor charge of violating PC 273a(b). His daughter accused him while testifying (she was 13 yo by trial, 12 yo on DOI) of punching her in the face “with a closed fist” leaving a scar and then wrapping a rope around her neck so she couldn’t “swallow her saliva.” She said very clear on multiple occasions that he punched her with a closed fist and it left a scar. She also testified that when my client had that rope around her neck he said, “para que te mueros!” I am doing this so that you die.

The officer testified that her lip injury was consistent with a punch to the face or repeated strikes with a hard object. One look at the photos  and our argument to the contrary was enough for reasonable doubt as the injury was much more consistent with a single strike from a hard object; despite what the arresting officer claimed. Our client testified that what actually happened is that his daughter had a melt down and that during his putting her in a time out she was so hysterical  that she injured herself. It was not intentional and it was an accident.

The jury returned a verdict of – NOT GUILTY

We persevered because of a lack of corroborating evidence and because of preparation and smart decisions at trial. For instance, we fought tooth and nail to avoid additional charges being added to the Complaint both on the eve of trial and during trial and one on those objections.

Preparation, knowing the law, and quick on our feet – Having the right attorney makes all the difference!

  1. Client charged with: 2 Felony counts of credit card fraud (PC 484 g (b)); one felony count of theft (PC 459) & one felony count of burglary (PC 485)– reduced to only 1 misdemeanor petty theft charge (PC488)—Client faced prison and deportation. Resolved for no jail, a small fine and eligible for expungement of record.
  1. Client charged with Felony assault with a deadly weapon—DEFENDANT ACQUITTED/ JURY TRIAL
  1. Client charged with Felony, Use of false identification to establish citizenship status (PC 114); Felony Forging/ Possessing a Fraudulent Public Seal (PC 472); and Felony identity theft (PC 530.5(a))–ALL felony charges dismissed. Client plead to only a misdemeanor, unlawful use of false or fictitious name (VC 20). NO jail.
  1. Client charged with Felony Unlawful sexual intercourse with a minor (PC 261.5(c)), Felony unlawful sexual intercourse with a minor who is under 16 years of age (PC 261.5(d)–reduced to only 1 misdemeanor, ordered a mandated reporter, NOT required to register as a sex offender (PC 11166(a)). No jail.
  1. Client charged with a misdemeanor, solicitation of a prostitute (PC 647(b))–charges dismissed upon successful completion of pre-trial diversion (CAD). NO Court, no jail, no record.
  1. Client charged with 2nd misdemeanor petty theft charge (PC 488)–charges dismissed upon successful completion of pre-trial diversion (CAD). No Court, no jail, no record.
  1. Client charged with the following FELONIES: cultivation of marijuana (H&S 11358); possession of marijuana for sale (H&S 11359); unlawful renting a building for the purpose of storing and distributing marijuana (H&S 11366.5(a)) & possession of a firearm (PC 29800(a) (1)). ONLY plead to possession of a firearm (PC 29800(a)(1)) and sentenced to 5 months on home confinement. NO jail.
  2. Client charged with misdemeanor, driving without a valid driver’s license (VC 12500)–reduced to an infraction and no probation.
  1. Repeat offender client charged with three misdemeanors: Resisting arrest, PC 148 (a); Battery, PC 242 and Petty theft, PC 484. Case resolved for a dismissal upon successful Completion of FACT Court.
  1. Juvenile client charged with two Felonies: PC 311.10 Distribution of Child Pornography and PC 311.11 possession of Child Pornography. All charges will be dismissed and criminal record automatically upon success completion of DEOJ/ Diversion.
  1. Minor client pupil charged with numerous sexual harassment Education Code Section violations. After ARPC/Expulsion Hearing pupil allowed to transfer to another high school, remain in school, continue counseling and can return to his former high school next semester. Originally District planned to expel pupil and send him to continuation school.
  1. Repeat offender Client charged with 3 separate violations of probation for DUI/ Drug in Public. All VOP’s were dismissed in exchange for proof of IID installation.
  1. Client charged originally with Felony Domestic Violence. After a 7 day jury trial, full acquittal!
  • Felony Police Evading-REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR
  • Felony Domestic Violence-REDUCED TO A “SIMPLE ASSAULT”
  • Furnishing Alcohol to a Minor-RESOLVED
  • Resisting Arrest & Drunk in Public-DISMISSED & RECORD EXPUNGED
  • Accident DUI-DISMISSED
  • Felonies Possession & Sale of Concentrated Cannabis-REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR
  • Felony Domestic Violence-DISMISSED
  • Resisting Arrest, Drunk in Public, Violation of Noise Ord.-DISMISSED
  • Resisting Arrest & Drunk in Public-DISMISSED
  • Resisting Arrest & Public Intoxication-DISMISSED
  • Felony Domestic Violence-DISMISSED
  • Resisting Arrest, Possession of Meth & Under the Influence (Juvenile)-DISMISSED
  • Solicitation of a Prostitute-DISMISSED
  • Felony Assault & Battery with GBI & Public Intoxication-DISMISSED & MONEY REWARD

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