Our client was driving on I-64 with her two children, and a baby on the way, when she was run off the road by another vehicle. She lost control of her vehicle, drove over the median, and into oncoming traffic. Her vehicle overturned on an embankment. The driver of the other vehicle did not stop.
Our client and her two children were transported by EMS to UVA Hospital. She sustained a head injury and was in an altered mental status after the crash. She had an injured pinky finger, as well as deformity and swelling in her left upper extremity, and stayed overnight at the hospital. She was released but still had to follow up with getting stitches out. She also had follow-up appointments for back pain and pins and needles sensations in her upper extremities. She had to miss weeks of work and had many follow-up appointments and medical bills. Thankfully, her children were checked out and released.
At first, her own automobile insurance would not accept the claim stating there was no evidence of another vehicle. We obtained the 911 call tape which supports our client because, at the scene, she was reporting a car ran her off the road. We resolved the case for her policy limits.Back To Results