9/1/2010 - Posted by:
Breyer Law Offices, P.C.
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Client Struck on Bike in Crosswalk Emerges Victoriously, Able to Visit Family

Our client who was riding his bike on his way to work was struck by a car while in the crosswalk.  He suffered multiple shoulder and rib injuries, and doctors said it was unlikely that he would ever fully recover. Since he had to work and did not have health insurance, he was not able to follow up and get the necessary medical care. His doctors did tell him one day he would possibly need a shoulder surgery. After a fight with the adverse insurance company due to very minimal treatment after the accident, the adverse insurance tendered the full amount of their policy limits. Because he was also covered by an underinsured motorist policy, he received additional funds from his underinsured coverage as well and they acknowledged that he may one day need shoulder surgery even though he was unable to follow up with the orthopedic doctor. The additional compensation was helpful to him as he had lost his job and a family member was recently hospitalized at the time of settlement.  He was able to use the money to visit his children outside the state and was very excited and thankful as he had not had the funds to visit his children for sometime. We are hoping it was a joyous reunion!
 
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