Auto vs. Pedestrian – Case Study

Injury Type: Suffered lower back pain and stitches in arm and elbow
Disc injury and lacerations
Accident Type: Pedestrian knockdown involving an auto

Case Overview

The client was trying to cross the street and stepped off the curb and was hit by a car that was parallel parking. Suffered lower back pain and stitches in arm and elbow.

 

Case Facts

  • Injury/accident suffered
    • lower back pain and stitches in arm and elbow
  • Location of injury/accident
    • New York, New York
  • How did the injury/accident happen?
    • The client was trying to cross the street and stepped off the curb and was hit by a car that was parallel parking.

How did TonaLaw help?

After receiving our full demand package with all medicals, the carrier declined to settle. TonaLaw initiated litigation. Prior to depositions we entered into extensive negotiations and were able to procure a near full policy settlement.

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