OUR RESULTS SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES
Initial offer was ZERO & liability was denied: A vehicle turned into our client’s pathway while riding his bicycle. Two prior law firms gave up on the client based on a witness who testified that our client was riding his bicycle in the wrong direction. Client retained us; we established the witness was not an eyewitness to the accident. We also legally proved and argued that while the client was riding his bicycle in the wrong direction, the “cause” of the collision was not our client, it was the driver. We settled for $450,000.00.
Liability was denied and initial offer was ZERO: Our client was a passenger in a car, which lost control and ran into an oncoming traffic’s pathway, after coming to a full stop (in the oncoming traffic lane) one of the oncoming vehicles crashed into our client’s vehicle. Our client sustained significant injuries. The car that lost control causing the accident was cited for being at-fault, but did not have any insurance coverage. As a result, several lawyers turned our client down.
After we carefully listened to our client and realized the extent of damage and injuries our client sustained, we were able to think critically as to what could have possibly caused this extent of injuries. While we understood the cause of the accident was the uninsured driver of the car in which our client was in, we ascertained additional liability. Our investigation revealed that there was no way the damages could have been this significant provided that the oncoming vehicle was following the speed limit, which was 35 MPH.
Our theory of liability was clear. While the uninsured driver may be the "cause" of this collision, the oncoming vehicle, was clearly traveling more than the speed limit of 35 MPH. This high and reckless speed contributed to the extent of injuries that our client sustained. Otherwise, his injuries would have been a lot less if the oncoming vehicle was following the speed limit of 35 MPH. The insurance company, that once denied liability, tendered their full policy limits of $100,000.00.
Initial offer was $11,000.00: Client was rear ended and sustained soft tissue injuries. We negotiated and settled for $46,000.00.
Initial offer was ZERO & liability was denied: Client was a passenger in an airplane. Upon landing, a picture frame in the overhead bin above our client, belonging to another passenger, fell on our client. We argued that it was the responsibility of the airlines to secure these foreseeable items falling on passenger.
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