$170,000 Settlement Car Accident Victim With Neck Injuries

Our client, B.B., hired the award-winning car accident attorneys at Davis Law Group, P.S. after being t-boned by another driver. The victim suffered non-surgical neck injury in the collision, as well as other injuries to his back and arms, and had missed a substantial amount of time from work due to his injuries. This left our client with tens of thousands of dollars in lost wages, directly as a result of the at-fault driver's negligence.

Car Accident Victim Finds Free Legal Resource

Initially, our client attempted to handle the negotiation process with the insurance company on his own. However, he soon found himself frustrated with the insurance company's aggressive settlement tactics and was running out of patience. After seeing an advertisement for The Ten Biggest Mistakes That Can Wreck Your Washington Accident Case by attorney Chris Davis of Davis Law Group, B.B. ordered a free copy of the book in hopes of gaining a better understanding of his legal rights. 

The book helped B.B. identify the settlement tactics that the insurance company's representatives were using in an attempt to frustrate him and pressure him to accept their lowball settlement offer. When B.B. contacted Davis Law Group, the insurance company's most recent settlement offer was for $15,000 - barely enough to cover his immediate medical bills, let alone his lost wages and future medical costs. 

Final Settlement Far Exceeded Initial Offer

It took approximately two years for our client to reach maximum medical improvement from his injuries resulting from the collision. After we had a clearer picture of B.B.'s medical future and recover outlook, we were able to negotiate a settlement that could help our client get the medical care he needed and fairly compensated him for the extent of his injuries. 

In total, our award-winning attorneys were able to recover a $170,000 settlement on behalf of our client.

$170,000 Settlement on behalf of auto accident victim who suffered serious neck injuries in a t-bone accident.