A Fresno-based registered nurse and her husband were traveling through San Jose when they were rear-ended not once, but twice, in the same accident. Initially, the two at-fault parties fought between themselves as to which driver caused the greater damage to the nurse’s vehicle and to her spine. It turned out after nearly two years of unsuccessful medical treatment for a chronic and painful neck, this nurse would have to undergo a fusion at levels 5 to 6 of her cervical spine. This meant that both drivers who rear-ended her were responsible and this nurse expected both to compensate her equally. When their insurance companies delayed in accepting full fault equally, this Fresno-based nurse called her attorney at The Dunnion Law Firm. She chose Dunnion because five years prior she had gotten a large settlement with their help when she was bitten by a neighbor’s dog. She knew she could count on Dunnion, and she could trust their expertise and skills to obtain the maximum settlement on her behalf. Shortly after she underwent surgery, Dunnion presented demands for limits to three different policies. This nurse started her recovery with the news that three insurance companies had tendered a total of $135,000 in settlement of her claims against them. Dunnion came through again for her.