A woman with lingering back and neck injuries following a seemingly minor crash at a St. Louis
County intersection reached a $1 million settlement with the defendant’s insurer, according to her attorney.
Kevin Roach of the Law Offices of Kevin J. Roach
said his client was a passenger in a vehicle struck
by another driver who had run a red light. She refused treatment at the scene but went to the ER a few hours after the crash complaining of head, neck and back pain.
Court approval was given on August 3, 2020 for our clients who were passengers in a car that rear-ended a dump truck in Washington County Missouri. The dump-truck was stopped waiting to make a left turn and had no functioning tail lights or turn signal. Click here to read the Missouri Lawyers Weekly article that reported on the case.
Policy limits settlement reached on 8-14-20 with American Family Insurance for our client injured in a head-on collision in central Missouri. The at fault driver was a teenager who tried to avoid rear-ending another car and crossed over U.S. Highway 63. Our client had no health insurance and we were able to help her get treatment that eventually required cervical disc replacement. Click here to read the Missouri Lawyers Weekly article that reported on the case.
Settlement was reached on 7-16-20 for our client who rear-ended a semi truck in Saline County MO. The Semi-truck was stopped on the side of the highway and attempted an illegal left turn. Our client suffered a compression fracture in his back and a fractured femur. Click here to read the Missouri Lawyers Weekly article that reported on the case.
Policy limits judgment was entered on 7-8-19 in favor of our client after binding mediation. Client was seriously injured in a 8-9-17 trucking accident in Effingham County, Illinois. The parties could not reach a settlement at mediation so a binding mediation agreement was entered into allowing the mediating judge to enter a final judgment. Final judgment was entered in favor of our client requiring the insurance carriers to pay the policy limits. Click here to read the Missouri Lawyers Weekly article that reported on the case.