Personal Injury Type
Mild Traumatic Brain Injury – Auto Accident
Our client was driving through the intersection of a twin cities road when she was struck by a motorist who blew through the stop sign at a high rate of speed. As a result, our client suffered a mild traumatic brain injury. The motorist who caused the accident was charged and convicted of careless driving. Shortly after this accident our client started to experience dizziness and vertigo, significant sensitivity to noise, tinnitus, nausea, insomnia, and headache that were debilitating at times. Our client’s injuries cost over $60,000 in medical bills, along with two years of lost wages (not to mention future earning potential) and her personal pain and suffering. After two years of rehabilitation and therapy her conditions improved but she still suffers from headaches that require regular treatment.
Attorney Patrick Cotter secured a recovery for his client in the amount of $900,000 combined from three separate insurance policies.
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