Passenger Ejected From Car Wins Settlement
Posted by PKSD Law Firm on January 21, 2011 in Car Accidents
The Plaintiff and two other friends were traveling on County Highway MM one mile east of Hwy. 22 when the driver, also the defendant in this case, accelerated the car to speeds in excess of 100 mph. While traveling at those high rates of speed, the car passed over a hump in the road causing the vehicle to become airborne, cross the center-line and collide with an oncoming vehicle.
The impact sent the car into a spin that ejected the Plaintiff through the rear window and into a corn field causing him to suffer severe neck and back injuries. The case settled prior to a suit being filed for the policy limits of $250,000.
After being injured in a car accident, it can be very difficult to know what to do next or who you can trust. In many instances, insurance company representatives are pushing accident victims to settle the claim as soon as possible and what many people do not know, is that insurance companies are not on your side. Their primary goal is to close that accident claim for the smallest financial amount possible.
At the law office of PKSD, our lawyers understand the tactics that insurance companies use on injury victims and we can help to prepare you for what they might try on you. For more information, we encourage you to explore our website as we have many articles about auto accidents and what follows them or alternatively, contact a personal injury lawyer from our law firm today. We charge no upfront fees if we agree to handle your case and your initial consultation is free of charge.
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