FACTS OF THE CASE:
Plaintiff was driving his Lexus four door sedan eastbound. Plaintiff was slowing down for traffic and was travelling approximately five miles per hour. Defendant was driving a Los Angeles City Department of Transportation owned Ford truck and rear-ended Plaintiff’s vehicle causing injuries to Plaintiff.
This is a rear-end collision accident. Defendant struck Plaintiff’s vehicle in the rear. Liability is clear-cut in this case and Defendant is one hundred percent liable.
NATURE AND EXTENT OF DAMAGES:
Plaintiff suffered trauma to his head, neck and low-back as a result of this rear-end collision. Following the accident he sought treatment from a doctor, and his diagnostic impressions were: Cervicocranial syndrome, cervical neuralgia, cervical spine sprain, lumbar plexis disorder, lumbago, and lumbosacral sprain. .
After the accident, Plaintiff was unable to carry on with his normal lifestyle. Prior to the accident Plaintiff jogged and played basketball several times a week and due to the accident Plaintiff had to seize these activities. Even after physical therapy was completed, Plaintiff never got back to his usual exercise routine. Currently, Plaintiff still has neck and low back pain radiating into the legs. He intends to follow up with an Orthopedic Doctor for further evaluation and treatment.
This case was settled out of court, and the client got the money they deserved!
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