About This Case

Call Transcript

Signed Retainer / Fee Agreement
Type of Accident Car Accident
Contingency fee Custom
Date of incident May 4, 2023
Accident Location Jacksonville, Florida
Currently represented by attorney? No
Was The Client At Fault? No

Injuries Overview

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Summary Of Case Details

Accident Summary

  • On May 4th, 2023, the Plaintiff, was driving his 1985 K5 Blazer on Atlantic Boulevard in Jacksonville, Florida. As he was driving, a car in front of him abruptly stopped, causing the plaintiff to halt his vehicle. Unfortunately, the car behind him failed to stop in time and collided with the plaintiff's vehicle from behind. The accident occurred in the middle lane of the road, just before Phillips Highway. The other driver, insured by Progressive, was deemed at fault for the accident.
  • The impact of the collision was significant, causing the plaintiff's truck to lean to the left. The other vehicle, which hit the middle right side of the plaintiff's truck, caused the truck to lift on the right side and lower on the driver's side. This unevenness in the truck's alignment is a clear indication of the force of the impact.

Injuries Summary

  • As a result of the accident, the plaintiff sustained several injuries. He experienced a loss of range of motion in his neck, which has caused him ongoing discomfort. Additionally, he has been dealing with issues in his right hip and knee, which he believes may be related to a sciatic nerve issue. This pain starts at the top of his hip and resonates down into his knee, causing a lack of strength and mobility.
  • The injuries have significantly impacted the plaintiff's life. He has gained weight due to his reduced ability to exercise, which has further exacerbated his physical discomfort. His sleep has been affected, with pain and numbness often disrupting his rest. 

Further Damages Caused To Plaintiff By Accident

  • The accident has had a profound impact on the plaintiff's lifestyle. Prior to the accident, he was an active individual who enjoyed playing softball four nights a week. However, since the accident, he has been unable to participate in the sport, which has affected his physical health and social life. 
  • The plaintiff's work has also been affected. He owns a plant nursery and the physical demands of the job have become increasingly challenging due to his injuries. His ability to perform tasks such as moving soil and pallets has been compromised, affecting his business operations and income.

Insurance Details

  • Plaintiff's Insurance: No information provided in the call transcript.
  • At-Fault Person’s Insurance: The other driver involved in the accident is insured by Progressive.

Other Relevant Details

  • The accident occurred in Jacksonville, Florida. The police were involved in the accident, with a community service officer attending the scene. There is no mention of any witnesses to the accident in the call transcript. The plaintiff was wearing a seatbelt at the time of the accident, which he believes may have contributed to his hip issue due to the force of the impact. 
  • The plaintiff sought medical attention within two to three days of the accident. X-rays were taken, which showed no broken bones. However, he was given a regimen to manage his soft tissue injuries, which he has been following. Despite this, his condition has not improved, and he continues to experience discomfort and mobility issues. 
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Car Accident: Rear-Ended While Stopped, Causing Hip Misalignment And Neck Immobility. Unable To Work And Enjoy Hobbies. Significant Damage To Vehicle. Other Driver At Fault And Insured. (Jacksonville, Florida)

End date: 04-06-2024 - 09:00:00 PM
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