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Signed Retainer / Fee Agreement
Type of Accident Car Accident
Contingency fee Custom
Date of incident Oct. 26, 2023
Accident Location Pensacola, 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 the night of the accident, the Plaintiff was walking home in Pensacola, Florida. She was approximately four football fields away from her house when the incident occurred. The Plaintiff was walking on a road with speed bumps, which would have made any approaching vehicle's lights visible as they went up and down over the bumps. However, the Plaintiff did not see any lights, indicating that the vehicle that struck her did not have its lights on.
  • As the Plaintiff was walking, she was suddenly struck on the right-hand side of her body by a vehicle. The impact was severe enough to cause her to lose consciousness. When she regained consciousness, she found herself facing the opposite direction from where she had been walking, indicating the force of the collision had thrown her body around.


Injuries Summary

  • The Plaintiff's most severe injury was to her right ankle. She sustained a complex fracture, breaking her ankle in three different places. Additionally, she tore a ligament in her leg. The extent of the damage to her ankle was so severe that the doctors wanted to perform emergency surgery as soon as she arrived at the emergency room that night.
  • The Plaintiff's ankle injury required extensive stitching. She described having "about a foot of stitch marking" on the outside of her ankle and "about maybe two and a half inches worth of stitch marking" on the inside. The Plaintiff emphasized that the stitching was not typical, suggesting a more complex surgical intervention was necessary to repair the damage.


Further Damages Caused To Plaintiff By Accident

  • Inability to walk or perform daily tasks: The Plaintiff's injuries had a significant impact on her daily life. She stated, "for a month and a half i couldn't walk i couldn't shower." This indicates that she was unable to perform basic self-care tasks and was likely dependent on others for assistance during this time.
  • Ongoing pain and mobility issues: The Plaintiff mentioned that she had pre-existing back issues, having previously fractured her L5 vertebra. The accident has put additional strain on her mobility, as she experiences pain in her ankle and legs, particularly when the weather is cold or wet. She described the pain as shooting up her legs, suggesting that the injury has had a lasting impact on her overall mobility and comfort.
  • Emotional distress: The Plaintiff expressed the emotional impact of her injuries, stating, "I'm reminded every day when i look at it." The unique appearance of her stitching serves as a constant reminder of the trauma she experienced. She also mentioned that she still doesn't know the reason behind the specific type of stitching, which adds to her emotional distress.

Other Relevant Details

  • The Plaintiff is a pedestrian and does not have a driver's license.
  • The accident occurred in Pensacola, Florida.
  • The Plaintiff's husband was not present at the time of the accident but was called for help by the Plaintiff after she regained consciousness.
  • Neighbors came outside after hearing the Plaintiff's screams and called for an ambulance.
  • Two EMTs arrived at the scene, with one checking on the Plaintiff's condition and the other standing by.
  • The Plaintiff was taken to the hospital, where x-rays were performed, and doctors wanted to rush her into surgery immediately.

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Pedestrian Accident: Hit By Vehicle At Night, Driver At Fault. Suffered Broken Ankle In Three Places, Torn Ligament. Unable To Walk For 1.5 Months. Still Experiencing Shooting Leg Pains Impacting Mobility (Pensacola, Florida)

End date: 04-06-2024 - 08:03:00 PM
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