Driver Injured as Defendant Violates Right-of-Way RuleCar Accident Injuries
While traveling in Lucas County, our client was struck by another vehicle due to the negligent actions of the other driver. The defendant made an unlawful left turn at an intersection and drove into our client’s path of travel. As a result, the at-fault vehicle struck the driver’s side of our client’s vehicle. The defendant’s violation of our client’s vehicle right-of-way rule violated Ohio traffic laws and constitutes negligence per se.
As a result of the accident, our client has sustained serious personal injuries to her chest, neck, back, and left and right ankles, as well as bilateral toe pain.
The injuries that our client has suffered have caused her to incur medical care costs and other economic losses. Our client believes these injuries to be permanent and believes they will require future medical attention and costs. Additionally, she has experienced great pain, suffering, severe mental anguish, and emotional distress.
Due to the defendant’s negligence, our client’s husband claims that his quality of life has been negatively impacted as his wife has not been able to participate in normal activities.
On behalf of our client, we are seeking damages exceeding $25,000 for the injuries and costs that the defendant’s negligent actions have caused.
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