Car Accident Causes Relapse of Multiple Sclerosis

Our client was involved in a high impact automobile accident involving two cars and multiple passengers. No one involved was seriously injured. Our client had been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis years earlier and had back surgery seven years prior to the accident. The accident provoked the back pain to come back and caused his remissive multiple sclerosis to relapse. The client’s pain never resolved after the accident. Defendants claimed pre-existing back injury and argued that medical science could not connect the multiple sclerosis relapse. Rosen & Perry Rosen & Perry consulted with our Medical Research Traemand the case settled for $850,000.00.

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