When car meets car, or auto meets auto, the results may often by serious personal injury to some or all involved.
The plaintiff in this automobile accident case happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time, and in the process, wound up with some severe personal injuries. The plaintiff was was driving northbound on the highway, when another car, turned left in front of him. He could not avoid the turning vehicle and the two collided. The resulting smash up caused some pretty serious to the plaintiff.
The injured driver did the smart thing; he contacted a personal injury attorney to handle his case, and a lawsuit was filed. The plaintiff's losses included lost wages and employee benefits, mental anguish, significant medical bills, serious physical pain and suffering, permanent disability, diminished mobility and the loss of ability to do everyday tasks. The complaint alleges that the turning driver was negligent in the following particulars: Failure to yield the right of way, failure to watch for oncoming traffic, reckless and/or careless driving.
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How does a plaintiff in this physical and financial circumstance make ends meet while the litigation drags on? He will, obviously, be in a serious financial bind; he is not able to work, has additional medical and prescription expenses, and he still has his regular expenses, mortgage, car, utilities, and other bills and expenses.
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