Auto Accident

We represented a woman who was a passenger in a car that was rear-ended by a truck driver attempting to change lanes. Our client felt neck pain following the collision, which increased and was later diagnosed as a cervical disc herniation that required surgery. After the surgery, her pain limited her abilities to perform basic duties at both of her jobs, which caused her to lose both of them. The truck driver denied responsibility and claimed that the accident was the fault of the driver of our client’s car because he attempted to improperly merge. That driver had a minimal policy that would not cover our client’s damages. In addition, the damaged areas of the vehicles and the truck driver’s statement to the police at the scene of the crash were inconsistent with his denial of responsibilities. After filing suit and identifying the inconsistencies in the truck driver’s statements, we were able to recover $140,000 for our client.

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