LAWSUIT: Breach of Contract Lawsuit Filed Against Progressive Insurance In Puyallup Car Accident Case

Posted on Dec 15, 2016

Clark V. Wintermute, Pauley & Progressive Direct Insurance Company

Pierce County Superior Court (12/12/2016) - Insurance bad faith attorney Chris Davis, founder of Davis Law Group, P.S., has filed a civil lawsuit (16-2-13516-7) in Pierce County Superior Court against Progressive Insurance on behalf of a Graham man for breach of contract damages in relationship to a car accident claim.  

The rear-end collision that took place on 12/19/2013.  The injury victim’s (plaintiff) vehicle was stopped while waiting to make a turn on Meridian in Puyallup.  Suddenly and without warning, the victim’s vehicle was struck from behind by the vehicle driven by defendant.  Apparently the defended was exiting a parking lot at a high rate of speed.  

The defendant driver breached his duty of care and his duty to act reasonably by, among other things, failing to exercise ordinary care and causing a collision with plaintiff’s vehicle.

The victim, an employee of Bates Technical College, sustained bodily injury and other damages as a result of the collision. He suffered physical injuries, emotional trauma, medical expenses, lost earnings, and other damages.

According to the complaint for damages, the at-fault driver was underinsured at the time of the collision.  The victim had an automobile insurance policy through Progressive Insurance which included underinsured motorist coverage.  The plaintiff is entitled to recover uninsured/underinsured motorist benefits from Progressive in an amount not less than $100,000.00, the policy limit.

The injury victim is entitled to recover automobile insurance policy benefits from Progressive.  The plaintiff purchased automobile insurance including UM/UIM benefits.  Progressive Insurance has materially breached the insurance contract by delaying payment and/or denying Plaintiff’s claims, and/or by refusing to pay any additional benefits to which the plaintiff is entitled to receive. 

Case: CLARK V. WINTERMUTE, PAULEY & PROGRESSIVE DIRECT INSURANCE COMPANY
Court: Pierce County Superior Court
Docket: 16-2-13516-7

Progressive Insurance Settlements & Verdicts

Below are just a few of the $100-200,000 Progressive Insurance settlemements that have been successfully resolved by Davis Law Group.

$197,000 Teen Driver Rear-Ends Family With Four Children (Case No. 200468, Insurance Company: Progressive)

$166,000 Hit By Car Backing Up (Case No. 200353, Insurance Company: Progressive)

$165,000 Injured In Rear-End Collision (Case No. 200178, Insurance Company: Progressive)

$156,000 Rear-Ended By Drunk Driver At Stop Light (Case No. 200793, Insurance Company: Progressive)

$150,000 Motorcyclist Hit By Teen Driver With Teen Passengers (Case No. 200972, Insurance Company: Progressive)

$125,000 Distracted Driver Causes Car Accident Injuries (Case No. 200043, Insurance Company: Progressive)

$110,000 Rear-Ended On Side Of Highway While Making Repairs (Case No. 200281, Insurance Company: Progressive)

$100,000 Pedestrian Hit By Delivery Truck (Case No. 201187, Insurance Company: Progressive)

$100,000 Injured While Sitting In Rear-Ended Parked Car (Case No. 200210, Insurance Company: Progressive)

$100,000 Drunk Driver Causes Accident On West Seattle Bridge (Case No. 201070, Insurance Company: Progressive)

$100,000 Car Hit Broadside By Distracted Driver (Case No. 200674, Insurance Company: Progressive)

$100,000 Accident Caused By Driver Wearing Headphones (Case No. 200160, Insurance Company: Progressive)