I Was Rear-Ended By the Other Car. Am I At Fault?

REAR-END COLLISION CASE ANALYSIS

FACTS OF THE CASE

Plaintiff was driving his  Honda southbound. Defendant was driving a  Mercedes Benz behind Plaintiff’s vehicle and rear-ended Plaintiff’s vehicle. Said impact caused Plaintiff to hit the car in front of him. Plaintiff sustained injuries as a result.

LIABILITY

Defendant rear ended Plaintiff.

NATURE AND EXTENT OF DAMAGES

Plaintiff suffered injuries to his neck, lower and mid back, shoulders, rfoot/heel, and hips as a result of this double-impact rear-end collision. Following the accident he sought treatment from a doctor. Plaintiff was diagnosed with cervical sprain, thoracic sprain, lumbar sprain, post-traumatic head syndrome, right foot/heel contusion/sprain. Per the doctor, Plaintiff began a course of physical therapy. X-rays were ordered. Plaintiff was prescribed Robaxin and Motrin for the pain.

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RESIDUAL PAIN

Plaintiff still complains of neck pain and plans to follow up with an orthopedic specialist. All other symptoms have subsided.

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CONCLUSION:

THIS CASE WAS SETTLED OUT OF COURT, AND THE CLIENT GOT THE MONEY THEY DESERVED!

Ari Friedman
Personal Injury Lawyer
Afriedman.com