Hit & Run Involving a Minor with Minimal Damage

Case Study

Case Overview

On April 2, 2023, the client, who is a minor, was in a hit-and-run accident. The driver of the vehicle was slowing down to make a right turn when the other vehicle, driven by the defendant, hit the driver's side rear fender. However, the defendant driver did not stop and continued driving straight. Although the client did not go to the hospital, they did receive chiropractic treatment for any injuries sustained in the accident.

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Case Outcome

Amount Recovered

Despite the challenges posed by the hit-and-run collision involving our minor client, we successfully recovered $2,000. While this amount was below the coverage limit of $25,000, our efforts in investigation and negotiation yielded a positive outcome where the medical expenses were more than covered. This also left the client with around half the recovery amount as compensation for their troubles.

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