Client Injured After Head-on CollisionLast updated on: July 10, 2020
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The Client: D.N
The Case: Head-on Motor Vehicle Collision
The Injuries: Back pain; Fractured toe
Case Result: Settlement reached in favor of D.N
HEAD-ON MOTOR VEHICLE COLLISION IN MIDLAND, TEXAS
Early one morning, our client was traveling on Farm to Market Road 1788 in Midland, Texas on his way to work. As he was traveling on the rural two-lane road, an uninsured driver was traveling eastbound in the opposite direction. The other driver crossed the center yellow stripe and drove into the oncoming traffic, slamming into the front of our client’s vehicle.
As a result of the collision, our client suffered extensive bodily injuries, including a broken toe on his left foot. Our attorney argued that our client’s injuries were the direct result of the negligent actions of the other driver, including.
- Maintaining an unsafe distance from other vehicles;
- Keeping an improper lookout;
- Exhibiting inadequate driver attention;
- Driving distracted;
- Taking improper evasive actions to avoid the collision; and
- Choosing to violate safety rules.
This case settled in pre-litigation, and our clients received compensation for the following:
- Past Medical Expenses;
- Future Medical Expenses;
- Pain and suffering; and
A Message from D.N.:
‘Everyone was good to work with. I will be putting a five star rating on Google.’D.N.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Below are some frequently asked questions related to pedestrian accident cases.
Q: How long do I have to file a case after my accident?
A: Usually the amount of time you have to file a personal injury lawsuit would be two years from the date you suffered the injury or the date of the accident. This may differ depending on where you live and what the laws in your state are.
Q: What compensation may I seek?
A: If you were injured in an accident, the compensation you may be entitled to can include:
- medical expenses;
- future medical expenses;
- lost wages;
- future lost wages;
- loss of future earning capacity; and
- pain and suffering and emotional distress.
As this is not a definitive list, speak with an attorney to find out more about the compensation to which you may be entitled.
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