201 St Charles Ave,
New Orleans, LA 70170
A 34-year old woman was injured as a result of an 18-wheeler running into her causing injuries to her neck, back, shoulder, and head. Less than three months before trial, in the height of the coronavirus pandemic, the defendants offered their full policy limits of $1,000,000 minus what was previously paid.
Plaintiff who treated for a fractured ankle and aggravation injuries to both the neck and back was able to secure a settlement in a very conservative jurisdiction.
Plaintiff retained another local advertising firm and was offered $7,950 to settle. She dropped the other law firm and retained our firm and we settled.
Plaintiff who suffered a knee injury after an 18 wheeler accident was recommended to undergo arthroscopic knee surgery for a torn meniscus though refused to undergo the same.
Plaintiff suffered back and neck injuries, though only initially reported neck pain. Plaintiff settled after 5 months and less than $5,000 in medical bills.
Plaintiff who treated very sporadically was able to secure a settlement for her back injuries when she was a guest passenger in a Lyft vehicle that was run into by another driver.
Plaintiff suffered neck and back injuries that subsided within months after the accident but continue to have knee pain eight months post-accident.