Dunnion’s client was stopped with her left turn signal on when she was rear ended. She thought the driver behind her was at fault. But that driver was clearly rear ended by a third driver. Did the middle driver hit her first? Or was the accident solely the fault of the last in line? Uninvolved bystanders gave differing accounts! Unfortunately for the innocent driver, these questions don’t often have easy answers and can result in a great deal of delay in resolving claims, and so it proved, here. Although it seemed in many respects to be a simple case, the Dunnion firm had to file a lawsuit before the defendants would get serious. When the middle driver finally offered up the limits of her policy ($25,000), Dunnion was able to convince the other driver to match it. The client, whose medical bills and lost wages had been paid by her company since she was on the job at the time of the crash, was happy with the compromise Dunnion worked out to pay the employer back.