$250k recovery for a passenger side crash
Our client was a driver of a vehicle traveling northbound on Academy Avenue at the intersection of Herndon Avenue in Fresno County, California. At that time the defendant driver was operating a vehicle eastbound on Herndon Avenue slowed down and stopped for the posted stop sign at the intersection.
As our client entered the intersection, the defendant driver failed to yield the right way to our client and suddenly came into the path of our client’s vehicle. Our client tried to steer towards the right, but had very limited time to react and collided with the passenger’s side of the defendant’s vehicle.
The police officer on the scene found the defendant at fault for the collision in violation of California Vehicle Code Section 21802(a) VC for failure to yield the right-of-way.
Doctors saw our client for the evaluation and treatment of the injuries sustained due to the motor vehicle collision that occurred. Following the complete physical examination, a doctor diagnosed our client with the following:
1. Motor vehicle accident involving a re-entrant collision with another motor vehicle, injuring the driver of a motor vehicle other than a motorcycle.
2. Pain in the neck
3. Contusion of the chest wall
4. Contusion of the left upper arm
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