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Type of Accident Truck Accident
Contingency fee Custom
Date of incident Jun 3, 2022
Accident Location Jolton, Tennessee
Currently represented by attorney? No
Was The Client At Fault? No

Injuries Overview

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Summary Of Case Details

Accident Summary

  • On June 3rd, 2022, the plaintiff, was driving southbound on Bear Hollow Road in Jolton, Tennessee. A UPS truck was parked on the northbound side of the road. The driver of the UPS truck decided to pass the parked vehicle, crossing into the plaintiff's lane and colliding with her vehicle head-on. 
  • The impact caused significant damage to the plaintiff's personal vehicle, with the entire front end being "messed up." The cost to repair the damage exceeded $9,000, which was covered by the plaintiff's insurance company, State Farm, minus a $500 deductible.


Injuries Summary

  • As a result of the collision, the plaintiff sustained injuries to her lower back and neck. She experiences constant pain in these areas, making it difficult for her to get out of bed in the mornings. The plaintiff stated, "My lower back hurts really bad," and described the pain she feels when turning her neck, saying, "When I turn my neck certain ways, I can't turn it fast. It hurts."
  • These injuries have significantly impacted the plaintiff's daily life and her ability to work. She has been unable to return to her job since the accident occurred, as she struggles to stand on her feet for extended periods due to the pain in her back. The plaintiff mentioned, "I haven't been back to work since," and "I can't stand on my feet long. My back hurts."


Further Damages Caused To Plaintiff By Accident

  • Unable to work: The plaintiff owns a business and has been unable to return to work since the accident due to her injuries. This has likely caused financial strain and difficulty in maintaining her livelihood.
  • Ongoing pain and limited mobility: The constant pain in her lower back and neck has made it challenging for the plaintiff to perform daily tasks and has significantly reduced her quality of life.


Insurance Details

  • Plaintiff's Insurance: The plaintiff's insurance provider is State Farm, which covered the cost of repairing her vehicle, minus a $500 deductible.
  • At-Fault Person's Insurance: The UPS driver showed the plaintiff an insurance card at the scene of the accident, but she did not write down the information as she was "in disarray." It is assumed that the UPS driver had insurance, as the plaintiff stated, "As far as I know, yes. He showed me an insurance card, but I didn't write it down. I was in disarray."


Other Relevant Details

  • The plaintiff and the other driver waited for four and a half hours at the scene for the police to arrive, but they never showed up. The UPS driver's boss arrived and advised the plaintiff to go home and call the police to file a report. However, when the plaintiff called the police from home, they informed her that they could not take a report because she had left the scene. Instead, they sent her a form to fill out, which she completed and sent back.
  • There were no witnesses to the accident, and the plaintiff was not driving for a ride-sharing service like Uber or Lyft at the time of the collision. She was on her way to a friend's house to fix her hair for a charge, outside of her regular work hours.
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Commercial Vehicle Accident: Head-On Collision With UPS Truck, At-Fault. Severe Lower Back And Neck Injuries. Unable To Work Since Accident. Vehicle Suffered $9K In Damages. No Police Report Filed At Scene (Jolton, Tennessee)

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