Staten Island pedestrian accident verdicts:
Guy v. O’Brien:
Guy was walking in the street on Union Avenue in Staten Island. O’Brien approached the intersection at the same time, and hit Guy with his car. Guy alleged that O’Brien failed to allow him to cross and negligently hit him. Guy also claimed that the owner of O’Brien’s car was wrong allowing O’Brien to drive.
The jury found for Guy in a Staten Island pedestrian accident verdicts.
Date of Settlement: August 2011
Staten Island pedestrian accident verdicts: $100,800.00, consisting of $100,000 for pain an suffering and loss of enjoyment of life and $800 for expenses.
Each Staten Island pedestrian accident verdicts situation is different, and it is vital to have your case evaluated to determine if all the elements of negligence are present. Having an experienced, knowledgeable, hardworking, and caring attorney from Daniel Szalkiewicz & Associates, P.C. handle your case will provide you with the best chancing of receiving the large and fair settlement that you deserve. Our legal team will send investigators to the site to conduct examination into the circumstances involved to research the intersection, question witnesses, and take statements. We immediately send claim letters to alert the insurance and require the potential defendants to preserve all relevant evidence.
This is a Staten Island pedestrian accident verdicts. These have been recorded with the courts. They are examples, not to be construed as previous results from our firm. They are meant to provide you with guidance to understand the potential value of your injuries.
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Authored by: Daniel Szalkiewicz