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Lucas County Driver Sues for Injuries Arising from Failure to Yield Collision

On or about January 10, 2020, our client, a resident of Calhoun County, Michigan, was lawfully operating her vehicle eastbound on Starr Avenue in Lucas County, Ohio. At the same time, the defendant drove out of a parking lot onto Starr Avenue and struck the right side of our client’s vehicle.

At the scene of the accident, the defendant admitted fault and was cited by the Toledo Police Department for a failure to yield. Our client suffered severe injuries as a result of the collision and had to undergo medical care. Consequently, our legal team is helping her seek compensation from the negligent driver.

Assessing the Defendant’s Liability for Our Client’s Damages

The defendant owed our client a duty of care to operate his vehicle in accordance with the state and local laws. The defendant’s negligence caused our client to suffer injuries to her neck, back, and shoulder, which required professional medical treatment.

Our client’s injuries are expected to be permanent and will require ongoing medical treatment, resulting in further economic losses. She has also endured significant pain and suffering. We are hoping to help her obtain the compensation she needs to cover all her damages.

Get in Touch with Our Legal Team Today

Getting into a car accident can cause significant issues in every aspect of your life. If you are dealing with the aftermath of a collision, call Charles E. Boyk Law Offices today to speak with an experienced attorney about your case. Our lawyers are here to support you throughout every stage of your accident claim.

Charles E. Boyk Law Offices, LLC