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Young Mason Receives $190,000 Settlement After Insurance Company Denies Necessity for Surgery

Young Mason Receives $190,000 Settlement After Insurance Company Denies Necessity for Surgery

Posted By The Dunnion Law Firm || 17-May-2011

A young hardworking mason was injured in what appeared to be a minimal impact, rear-end car accident. He did not go to the emergency room and waited three weeks to see a doctor. When he returned to the hard labor of being a mason, he found he could no longer do his job and was let go. He eventually required back surgery nearly two years after the accident. The other driver’s insurance company argued that he wasn’t injured at all in such a minor collision, rejected his claim for lost earnings, and rejected the need for surgery. The insurance company even pre-judged him for having a past criminal record despite his being gainfully employed and raising a family. The mason turned to the The Dunnion Law Firm to fight the insurance company and to obtain a fair and reasonable settlement for his injuries and losses. But the Dunnion Law Firm did even more: the firm hired experts to justify his substantial earnings and future earnings loss as a mason, along with medical consultants that supported the need for surgery and its direct relation to the car accident. By doing this, The Dunnion Law Firm did more than other law firms who merely make demands for settlement and hope for the best. The Dunnion Law Firm went to the mat in fighting every legal and medical argument made by the insurance company and thoroughly proved all the damages that were suffered by this man. This mason got a $190,000 settlement, 10 times more than he even expected, because his attorneys, The Dunnion Law Firm, fought for his case to the very end.

Categories: Auto Accident