Settlement For Client Killed By Cell Phone-Using Driver
The client sustained back injuries that resulted in chronic pain syndrome after his vehicle was hit from behind while stopped in a line of traffic. The client brought his car crash claim to Rosen Louik & Perry, the Pittsburgh area's premiere auto accident attorneys. Defendant argued that there was no objective medical evidence of a back problem that would explain client's pain. Defendants argued that the lack of physical damage to the automobiles proved that client could not have been hurt badly in the accident. Defendant contended that client could immediately return to work and that he had no real pain. Following discovery and depositions, this case settled for $335,000.00.
The client was involved in a motor vehicle accident and suffered extensive injuries, which included a severe head injury and upper muscular difficulties. The pretty young client looked healthy and her head injuries were not appreciable. Experts retained by Rosen Louik & Perry lawyers to demonstrate the non-apparent injuries included a neuropsychiatrist, physiatrist and vocational counselor. After extensive expert work-up, the case was settled for policy limits of $1,000,000.00.
Our client was a passenger in an automobile accident. She lost consciousness following impact and experienced nausea, neck strain, inability to move her neck, headaches, stiffness in her neck and right shoulder soreness. She also re-aggravated a back condition. The client contacted the Pittsburgh law office of Rosen Louik & Perry, The Caring Lawyers, to represent her back injury claim. The client received a back injury settlement of $210,000.00.