You can learn as much about an attorney from the way he handles lower value cases as you can from the way he handles the larger ones. On February 9, 2009, Keith Fuicelli tried the matter of Cortez v. Moran. Mr. Cortez was rear ended at a slow speed. He felt a pop in his back and, on the advice of the investigating officer, went to the emergency room in an ambulance. After that, he sought some conservative chiropractic care. Because the vehicle Mr. Cortez’s was driving sustained only minor damage, the insurance company only offered $250 to settle the case. What is surprising about this was that Mr. Cortez’s total medical expenses were over $9,000.00. Due to this ridiculously low offer, Fuicelli & Lee filed suit against the at-fault driver in County Court. After a one day trial, Mr. Cortez received a verdict that, with costs and interest, exceeded $15,000.00.