A Stockton resident was driving in dense fog one Wednesday morning just before Christmas in 2011. A car came speeding down the road and slammed into his pickup and the man was severely injured and had no memory of the accident. When the police conducted their investigation hours later, they judge the fog to have 300 feet of visibility and named the Stockton man to be at fault. The man and his wife believed the visibility was much less when he left his home only blocks away from the accident, but had no way to prove it. They turned to The Dunnion Law Firm to fight for them.
A canvas of the area by experienced investigators did not locate any witnesses to the accident, but, several people were located that could testify to the density of the fog and based upon statements taken from those witnesses by The Dunnion Law Firm, the defendants insurance company quickly coughed up the policy limit based upon visibility of less than fifty feet and the admitted speed of the defendant.