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Head-On Collision Causes Memory Loss, Other Injuries, $4,750,000 Recovery

Scott C. Krist recently helped a woman who suffered from multiple fractures to both her femurs, her foot and pelvis, a lacerated spleen and liver, a permanent brain injury, and a TMJ injury after being involved in a serious head-on collision with a professional tree servicing company truck. Both drivers, enduring the disastrous force, had no memory of the accident or what happened moments leading up to it. Unfortunately, there were no witnesses around when the collision occurred. The only evidence to go off of were the skid marks on the road, to determine who was at fault for this traumatic collision.

After analyzing the impact from the road markings, it was later determined that the accident occurred in our client’s lane, therefore proving the truck driver had caused the incident. With that, our client saw a recovery of $4,750,000. Case expenses totaled $42,166.26 with an attorney fee of 40%.

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