Toledo Driver Seeks Compensation After Highway Accident
On or about March 27, 2019, our client was driving southbound I-75 in Toledo, Lucas County, Ohio, preparing to exit on the ramp to I-280. At the same time, a driver in the left-most lane attempted an improper lane change toward the I-280 exit.
At approximately 60 miles per hour, that negligent motorist crashed into our client’s vehicle, causing both cars to spin out. After the accident, our client went to the emergency room and received treatment for extreme personal injuries to his head, neck, left arm, left leg, left hip, and ribs.
If the negligent motorist had driven safely, this accident could have been avoided. However, at the time of the crash, the at-fault driver was not covered by auto insurance. The legal team at Charles E. Boyk Law Offices is working to obtain full compensation through our client’s uninsured and underinsured motorist policy from Allstate Insurance Company.
Determining Our Clients’ Damages
The defendant in this case breached his duty of care and caused our client to suffer serious personal injuries that will lead to long-term medical care costs. In addition to severe physical injuries, he is experiencing great pain, suffering, mental anguish, and emotional distress.
We are also representing our client’s spouse, who has been deprived of the love, affection, services, consortium, and society of her other half. She has also been unable to carry on with her daily activities because of his impairment.
The at-fault driver’s actions have negatively impacted both of our clients’ quality of life. In our claim, we hope to obtain compensation for all our clients’ economic and non-economic damages.
Contact an Experienced Attorney Today
If you or a loved one has been injured in a vehicle collision due to another driver’s reckless actions, it is best to reach out to a qualified injury firm. The legal team at Charles E. Boyk Law Offices are committed to fighting for the compensation you deserve. Contact us today to schedule a free consultation and start working on your claim.