Rear-End San Diego Car Accident‚ Injuries to Back and Neck
The Jurewitz Law Group | Injury & Accident Lawyers’s client was injured after being involved in a rear-end car accident in Imperial Beach. He was the driver of the middle car in a three-car accident. The driver initiating the car crash was an unlicensed and uninsured teenage driver who had borrowed his grandfather’s car with the promise that he would be driving with a licensed supervisor. He did not. The crash caused serious damage to our client’s pick-up truck and pushed the truck into the car in front of it.
Our client suffered from chronic lower back and neck pain following the car accident. However‚ he did not have health insurance and needed our help to get medical treatment. With our help‚ and our knowledge of some of the great doctors in San Diego‚ we were able to get him medical treatment with a chiropractor‚ an orthopedic doctor‚ obtain an MRI‚ and care from a pain management doctor. After a series of epidural injections‚ our client’s back and neck pain resolved.
Although the driver did not have insurance‚ our office was able to reach a policy-limits settlement with the grandfather’s insurance company for $30‚000. This was not adequate to compensate our client for injuries‚ so we then made a claim against our client’s car insurance policy’s under-insured motorist coverage. Through his policy we obtained an additional $18‚000 for a total settlement of $48‚000.
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