Personal Injury Type
Broken femur requiring a rod to be placed in Client’s leg – Truck Accident
Thomas Sieben’s client was a passenger in the semi-truck and trailer which was hauling crops during harvest season. The driver of the vehicle failed to slow down properly for a left turn and the truck rolled over into the ditch. The Minnesota State Patrol arrived at the scene and it was noted that the driver’s license was revoked. In addition, the driver stated that he was not on the route that he was instructed to be on, instead choosing to try and take a quicker route. Tom’s client was transported to the emergency room with a severely deformed right femur that required a rod to be placed in his leg. After almost two years of recovery, doctors determined the Client sustained a permanent injury to the right lower extremity as a result of this accident with residual aching pain in the right lower extremity, weakness of the right knee with atrophy of the right thigh and lower leg, multiple scars as a result of his accident.
Attorney Thomas Sieben secured a recovery for his client in the amount of $400,000.
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