In this case, first, our client was rear-ended. Then, when he exited his vehicle in order to exchange insurance information, the defendant attempted to flee the scene in his own vehicle, and he struck our client, who was on foot, tossing him into the air. Our client landed on concrete and sustained injuries to the cervical, thoracic, and lumbar regions of his spine as well as his right knee. Our client had to undergo surgeries to his back, neck, and knee.
Broken bones, spinal cord injuries, severe road rash and burn injuries, and paralysis are just some of the consequences that can happen when a negligent driver crashes a car, bus, or truck into a motorcycle. In this case, our client was rear-ended in excess of 90 mph while motorcycling. He was hit with such force that he was jettisoned another 300 feet down the road. Our client suffered severe spinal injuries which required major invasive surgery.
In this case, our client was involved in a head-on collision with an uninsured driver. He sustained a traumatic brain injury and injuries to the cervical and lumbar regions of his spine. He was unconscious for more than thirty minutes. Our client’s auto insurance company claimed that he had rejected uninsured motorist (UM) coverage. A former handwriting analyst for the FBI was able to confirm for us that the insurance company had forged his signature on the UM rejection form.