Hartford Criminal Defense & Personal Injury Lawyers
The insurance company disputed both liability and benefits, but ultimately
the case settled for $195,000 on the eve of trial.
Client was involved in collision with oil maintenance truck. Oil maintenance
truck lost control due to slippery road conditions from snow and hit client
head on. Client suffered a closed head injury and concussion resulting
in cognitive impairments that caused vertigo, short term memory loss,
depression, moodiness, and speech issues. Defense claimed cognitive issues
were preexisting and that there was no clear evidence of concussion.
Client was rear-ended in low impact collision while stopped at a stop sign
to merge onto a highway. Client sustained injuries primarily to neck that
ultimately resulted in client having to undergo an anterior cervical discectomy
and fusion. Suit was filed and defense claimed the client’s injuries
and need for surgery were due to degenerative disc disease.
Client was involved in a motor vehicle collision while driving for work,
when at fault driver failed to stop at a stop sign, t-boning the client.
Client sustained injuries to her neck and back with radiating pain into
her legs. After considerable treatment, it was determined the client also
sustained an injury to her pelvic floor, resulting in the surgical removal
of her coccyx. Due to the delay in determining the injury to her pelvis,
the defense claimed the pelvic injury was due to a long plane ride and
not the accident. Case settled with both the at-fault party’s insurance
company and the client’s insurance company for the total available policies.
Client was facing charges that included:
After reviewing the warrant in this case, an issue was found and the case
was fully dismissed.
As you look over the results provided, note that each case is different
and while your case may be similar to one presented, outcomes will vary
and past success may not be indicative of future success.