MULTIPLE CAR COLLISION CASE ANALYSIS
FACTS OF THE CASE:
Plaintiff was stopped for traffic in her four door sedan. Plaintiff was facing westbound in the number one lane on the highway. Defendant driving his car behind Plaintiff’s vehicle. Defendant was driving her car also behind Plaintiff’s vehicle. As a result of the collision between plaintiff and Defendant, Defendant rear-ended Plaintiff’s vehicle. The Los Angeles Police Department investigated said accident and reported that both defendants admitted that they were moving at the time of the collision, whereas Plaintiff was stopped at the time of the collision.
Each defendant blames the other for causing this accident. Plaintiff felt only one rear-end impact.
NATURE AND EXTENT OF DAMAGES
Plaintiff suffered trauma to her head, neck and low-back, as well as tingling in the arms and fingers and dizziness as a result of this rear-end collision. Following the accident she sought treatment from an M.D., and his diagnostic impressions were: 1) post-traumatic cerebral syndrome, 2) post-traumatic cervical musculoligamentous sprain and, 3) post-traumatic lumbosacral musculoligamentous sprain. Based on said diagnoses, Plaintiff received physical therapy. Currently, plaintiff still has neck pain radiating to her arm, hand, and fingers as well as tingling of her right fingers dizziness. Future medical treatment will be sought from a Neurologist.
THIS CASE WAS SETTLED OUT OF COURT, AND THE CLIENT GOT THE MONEY THEY DESERVED!
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