Pedestrian Accident

Early one winter morning John was leaving the coffee shop. As John was about to enter his car, he was struck from behind by a snow plow and thrown eight feet into the air.

John was taken to the hospital and put under anesthesia to assess his injuries. He suffered multiple fractures to his right patella, right tibia and fibula, he fractured his right and left ankles, along with multiple abrasions and bruising throughout his entire body. Both legs were casted. John was eventually transferred to a rehabilitation facility where he spent a number of weeks recuperating. John had a very difficult recovery and incurred over $60,000.00 in expenses.

Attorney Jim Brady put the case into suit and attachments were place on the drivers real-estate. After multiple depositions, the driver accepted responsibility for the injuries. A successful claim was brought against the insurance company and the case was settled immediately prior to trial. Monies were recovered on John’s behalf to compensate him for his medical expenses, pain and suffering and his loss of enjoyment of life.