Bad Accident in DC Injures Teacher and PerformerSettlement for Passenger of T-Bone Collision in DC

A passenger was in the back seat, on her way to an appointment, when the driver of an SUV blew through a stop sign on a residential street in Washington, D.C. The SUV was hit by oncoming traffic (that had the right of way) and spun around.  The passenger's laptop and other belongings went flying.

Witnesses to the crash called an ambulance and the passenger was taken to a local D.C. hospital to get treatment for her injuries.  Thankfully, she was wearing a seatbelt  a lot of back seat passengers don't, or don't think it's necessary) and that prevented more serious injuries from the crash.

Our Free Information Got This Passenger Off To A Good Start With Her Accident Case

And as you'd expect from a teacher, our client did her homework. She downloaded a copy of "The Ultimate Guide To Accident Cases in the DMV."  She did the right thing from the beginning by learning about the process. The lessons she learned from that book helped her to avoid classic mistakes we see people making all the time after a serious car accident. So she understood the process right from the beginning.

Our passenger followed up with her doctors and worked hard in therapy to recover - she had to, since she is a music teacher in a DC school and her kids depended on her to be there for them.  She didn't let the accident and injuries get in the way of helping those kids.

After investigating the case and allowing enough time for the recovery period, the teacher received a settlement she described as "wonderful" because we took care of everything for her, taking away all of the stress and uncertainty of the situation, so she could focus on getting back to teaching and performing.

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Most people who have never been in a serious accident don't know what to do, and what not to do, after a car crash. Anyone driving in DC, Maryland, and Virginia should understand these concepts in advance so that when push comes to shove, they will be able to protect themselves. People make mistakes like sharing too much information with the insurance adjuster, giving away their rights to their medical history, or accepting a low-ball settlement offer all the time. You, too can be prepared in case of an accident. Just watch this easy, fifteen-minute webinar today. This information is worth thousands of dollars to a car accident victim but we will give it you today if you leave your contact information.


Frank R. Kearney, Attorney-at-Law
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