On a morning in April 2019, our client was working as an EMT in Hancock County, Ohio. Our client’s squad received a call to which they promptly responded to and attended to their patient. En route to the hospital, with lights and siren activated, our client was in the back of the ambulance, along with another EMT, providing medical assistance to their patient. The EMT driving the ambulance encountered heavy traffic at an intersection as it traveled, prompting the ambulance driver to sound his air horn to get through traffic. As the ambulance started to enter the intersection, a commercial box truck turned left in front of the oncoming ambulance. While the ambulance attempted to take evasive action, it collided with a portion of the box truck. The ambulance then traveled off the road, over a curb, striking a utility pole, and crashing through a brick building. As our client was in the back of the ambulance he was violently tossed around. As a result of this accident, our client sustained multiple serious injuries, including several fractured ribs, a concussion, and a closed head injury. Following the accident, our client required extensive medical treatment and unfortunately was never able to return to his career as an EMT due to the extent of his injuries. Our client contacted us to help him with his legal recovery. Charles Boyk and his team fought hard to ensure that our client got the compensation he deserved. When settlement pre-litigation was not successful, a lawsuit was filed and after discovery, depositions, and two mediations, we were successful in obtaining an $850,000 settlement for our client.