My client was driving the second vehicle in a traffic collision involving 4 vehicles. He was driving westbound on the 91 freeway, when traffic suddenly slowed down. My client stopped behind the vehicle in front of him. That's when he was rear-ended by a Toyota Tundra and pushed into the vehicle in front of him.
My client initially attempted to handle this claim on his own, but he didn't get very far. CHP wouldn't provide him with a copy of the traffic collision report without presenting a valid driver license, and the at-fault driver's insurance carrier falsely alleged that my client rear ended the car in front of him first, partly blaming my client for the collision. That's when he decided to call me.
I referred him to a private doctor so that he could receive the top quality medical care that he deserved. I also took over the investigation, dealt with the prior medical providers, and dealt with the insurance companies so that my client could focus on getting better and getting back to work.
I helped my client dispute the CHP traffic collision information that contained various translation errors and falsely blamed my client as being a contributing factor in the collision based on those translation errors. I also forced the at-fault driver's insurance company to accept full responsibility for my client's bodily injury.
Ultimately, the case settled for $9,000. My client received excellent medical treatment, he was able to focus on his recovery, and he was able to get back to work. My office took care of the rest, and we got him the recovery that he deserved.