Victims Represented in Other Cases

Educator with Alzheimer’s (Two Cases)

A mother and grandmother developed early onset Alzheimer’s. She suffered a mini stroke, and as she was moved from her bed to a wheelchair, the attendant dropped her, causing a closed head injury. The case involved complex medical issues because of her pre-existing health condition. Months later, when she was in a nursing home, she developed severe decubitus ulcers. Combined, the family recovered over $1,000,000 because of Apolinsky & Associates, LLC.

Young Boy Suffers Catastrophic Injury

Young Jason was injured when his cast was removed.

Catastrophic Injury Case

Traumatic Head Injury

A delivery man suffered a closed head injury when milk crates crashed down upon him.


Premises Liability Involving Unmarked Obstruction at Philips Arena

Bob Harris, the voice of the Duke Blue Devils, tore his rotator cuff when he tripped and fell over an unmarked obstruction while leaving Phillips Arena. Bob is best known for calling Christian Laettner’s shot to win an NCAA Basketball tournament game over Kentucky.

Personal Injury to Runner Hit By Car Failing to Yield

An executive was running on a Sunday morning in 2013 when she entered an intersection and was struck by a car that failed to yield. She suffered serious injuries, including broken bones in her leg, dislocated fingers, and severe bruises and scratches. She was represented by the Atlanta personal injury attorneys at Apolinsky & Associates, LLC.

Premises Liability/Negligent Security at Apartment Complex

In the case of Zarate vs. Sinclair Apartments, a family was attacked in the early morning hours, leaving them physically injured and traumatized by the events of what happened.

Catastrophic Injury Involving Negligent Security

Martin v. Six Flags jury verdict of $34.6 million. We represented Martin’s friend, who was also brutally attacked. Shortly after the Martin trial, our case was resolved confidentially.



About the Author

Stephen Apolinsky

Stephen D. Apolinsky is a Personal Injury Attorney who specializes in representing individuals and families concerning wrongful death and catastrophic injury cases. Stephen is licensed to practice in Georgia, Alabama, and the District of Columbia. With over 33 years of experience representing personal injury victims, Stephen has successfully tried over 80 cases to verdict before judges or juries, and has negotiated over 300 cases to out-of-court settlements. Stephen has been recognized as a Georgia Super Lawyer, and as a Top 100 Trial Lawyer by the National Trial Lawyers Association.