A retired Central Valley state worker was on her way home and driving through a construction zone when she was rear-ended by defendant. She was ambulanced to the emergency room and released with a diagnosis of back sprain. She took it easy for a week, but her back pain did not improve and she got chiropractic treatment. After a full year of unsuccessful chiropractic treatment, she realized she needed further medical evaluation. Her back was still constantly painful However, the other driver’s insurance company was already arguing that she had gotten unnecessary and excessive treatment. This retiree hired The Dunnion Law Firm who immediately assessed her medical condition and put her on the right track for further evaluation by highly respected medical experts. The woman was assessed by orthopedists, anesthesiologists, and a neurosurgeon. She underwent three injections to her spine. At last, after nearly two and one half years, she felt better. The insurance companies responsible for paying her a settlement, still argued that the medical treatment was unnecessary. The Dunnion Law Firm aggressively negotiated with both insurance companies and obtained $90,000 for this retired state worker. Insurance companies work hard to minimize claims presented by injured parties, but The Dunnion Law works harder to get injured parties all the settlement money they deserve.