The client had swallowed windshield-wiper fluid but police reportedly thought he was drunk. Case settled in with one defendant and went to trial with the other
The driver likely was not paying attention to the road as he ran a stop sign and failed to yield before crossing an intersection and crashed into a large tree. The client underwent 3 shoulder surgeries. The case settled at mediation.
The client was driving in a residential neighborhood when Defendant accelerated out of her driveway in reverse and collided with the client’s vehicle.
The at-fault driver ran a stop sign and collided with a vehicle in which the client—who was pregnant with a 22-week old unborn child—was a passenger.
The client was a passenger in a single-vehicle rollover accident caused by an intoxicated driver. The client injured her neck requiring surgery but made a good recovery post-surgery.
While he sold some hay to a customer, a hay bale or two fell from the haymow landing on Client’s head. There was no offer prior to litigation. Ultimately the case settled prior to trial.
The primary defendant was traveling on westbound I96 pulling a u-haul trailer and was traveling too fast for conditions as it was snowing in morning traffic.
The client sustained an injury to his low back and suffered from headaches after being rear-ended by the at-fault driver.
The client was driving with the right of way when the defendant's vehicle failed to yield at a stop sign and collided with the passenger side of the vehicle.
The client’s vehicle was stopped at the intersection while waiting for a train to finish crossing. The vehicle was struck from behind.