Our client was riding on I-94 when he was sideswiped by a Zipcar, “the world’s largest car sharing and car club service.” He suffered traumatic head and facial injuries, yet Zipcar’s insurance company disputed his claim based upon the fine print in its insurance policy.
Attorney Jason Abraham started a lawsuit against the insurance company and it immediately paid our client $300,000, but that wasn’t enough. Attorney Abraham also began fighting our client’s motorcycle insurer, ultimately making them pay out a settlement of $100,000. Attorney Abraham has continued with the lawsuit to get even more money for our client from both insurers.
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What should I do if I get into a Wisconsin, Iowa, or Illinois car wreck with my rental car?
If you've been injured in a car crash in Wisconsin, Iowa, or Illinois, whether or not involving a car rental or sharing service, and are having a tough time dealing with insurance companies, contact the auto accident lawyers of Hupy and Abraham today.