A couple were in their vehicle coming over a Kentucky hill when they came upon a semi-truck making a left turn. The boyfriend slammed into the side of the semitrailer, killing his girlfriend.
The boyfriend was found to have marijuana in his system. As a result, the police said he caused the accident because of the marijuana and speeding.
After seeing the police report, a prior attorney dropped the case. A suit needed to be filed in Kentucky. However it was revealed after much discovery, by the client's new Attorney - Todd Korb - that the driver of the semi had sleep apnea and admitted he did not see the other driver.
A settlement was made at mediation, and the insurance company agreed to pay $750,000 to settle the case.