Monthly Archives: October 2005
Mr. K was killed; Ms. K, her two minor children and nephew sustained multiple injuries including concussions, facial trauma, and fractures when their van was cut off causing it to overturn. The insurance company disputed the permanent nature of the … Continue reading
Mr. C sustained a laceration to his forearm, neck and back injuries when the driver of an automobile made a u-turn directly in front of Mr. C causing Mr. C to crash into the side of the automobile. The insurance … Continue reading
Ms. S was riding her bicycle in a designated crosswalk when she was struck by an automobile. She sustained multiple contusions, abrasions and lacerations, so of which required sutures. The insurance carrier disputed liability and Ms. S’s injuries.