Severely Injured Man in Hit and Run Pile Up Sues for More than $100,000

In April of 2018, our client was stopped on I-75 in Toledo, Ohio when he was rear-ended by another driver. After the collision, our client pulled over to acquire the other driver’s information. In response to the accident, the other driver fled the site of the collision leaving our client unable to obtain his information.

This collision caused serious injuries to our client. He suffered life-long injuries to his head, neck and back and needed medical treatment following the accident.

In May of 2018, the driver who fled the scene reported the incident to the police and claimed the collision was caused by another driver colliding with his vehicle and then also leaving the scene.

After this complex situation came to rise, we worked with our client to file a multi-pronged lawsuit for an amount in excess of $100,000. This lawsuit is on claims of negligence, negligent entrustment, loss of consortium and declaratory relief. Each of these claims is pursuing an amount in excess of $25,000.

The complaint is being filed against the driver who struck our client, the unidentified other drivers who struck the negligent driver, and the insurance company of the driver who struck our client. Additionally, we are requesting that the court grant punitive damages against the driver for fleeing the scene of an accident.

Every car accident is different as there are many different contributing factors. However, our steadfast team of attorneys at Charles Boyk Law Offices could evaluate the circumstances surrounding your collision and work to demonstrate how another individual acted recklessly. Consult an adept car accident lawyer and arrange for an appointment to begin assessing your legal options.