Serious pedestrian versus motor vehicle accident. A pedestrian represented by Davis Law Group was injured when hit by a motor vehicle as she crossed a marked crosswalk in a Seattle intersection.
Liability for the incident was disputed. The defendant driver denied responsibility and argued that the pedestrian was at least partially, if not wholly, at fault for causing the collision.
The pedestrian sustained the following injuries, including: moderate traumatic brain injury, liver laceration, cerebral contusions, multiple skin tears and lacerations requiring suturing, right upper extremity degloving injury, and right tibia/fibula fracture with exposed bone, and PTSD, among other injuries.
The defense argued that the pedestrian made an exceptional recovery from her injuries and that she was able to return to work and resume her normal daily activities without any permanent impairment or difficulties.
Medical bills exceeded $220,000 with wage loss in excess of $40,000.”