Our client was riding his motorcycle at about 45 miles per hour when the defendant pulled out from a stop sign, directly in front of him. The defendant alleged that our client was speeding, so the officer did not issue any citations.
As a result of the accident, our client tore the posterior cruciate ligaments (PCL) in his knee as well as suffering ankle pain and road rash. Luckily, he treated his injuries conservatively and did not require surgery. He contacted Hupy and Abraham to fight for his case.
After our team of investigators thoroughly examined the scene of the accident, we proved the defendant’s version of events were unfounded and the case was settled at mediation for $40,000.