Trial Pro Client Was Cited for Auto Accident, Still Receives Over $100,000.00 in Compensation!

In what had become a routine drive for a young 17 year old high school student, one early morning in October was far from routine. As he had done many times before this young man began the short drive from his home to his high school less than 4 miles away. Our client approached a stop sign, came to a complete stop, then looked both ways before making a left hand turn. As he made a left hand turn a speeding truck impacted the driver’s side of our client’s vehicle.

What happened next could have deterred the client from ever hiring an attorney and getting the compensation he deserved. Our client’s injuries were severe enough that he was quickly taken to a local hospital in an ambulance. As a result he was not able to provide his version of how the accident happened to the police officers that responded to the scene. Consequently he was cited for the accident although the other vehicle involved had obviously been driving well above the posted speed limit.

After having the opportunity to interview our young client, investigate the scene of the crash, and inspect both vehicles, the team of attorney’s at Trial Pro took the position that there was comparative fault involving both parties in this accident. Trial Pro would not just accept that the police officer, after only interviewing one party involved in the accident, had put our client at fault for this accident.

Upon completion of our client’s medical treatment, Trial Pro demanded the entire policy limits from both insurance companies involved in the crash. As a result, Trial Pro was able to recover over $100,000.00 for our young client that was originally ticketed for his accident.

We ask that you always give Trial Pro the opportunity to evaluate your auto accident claim, regardless of the opinion of the police officer that arrives at the scene and his determination of who is at fault for the accident.

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