Mid-Six Figure Settlement for Tractor Trailer Collision

We are proud to announce that we successfully resolved a tractor-trailer collision last week for over 10 times our client’s past medical bills.

After failed injections, rounds of physical therapy and treatment, and a cervical surgery recommendation by one of Atlanta’s top orthopedists at Resurgens Orthopedics, our client can finally move on and focus on the future.

The facts of the case are: on March 15, 2016 a tractor-trailer drove into the back of our client’s car. The impact was so powerful that it launched our client’s Camry into the middle of a busy intersection. Our client sought treatment for pain in her neck and lower back. An MRI soon revealed an acute disc bulge and annular tear in her cervical spine.

After depositions, written discovery, testimony from doctors, and an accident investigation, we were ready for trial. Fortunately, the insurance company was defended by excellent defense lawyers at Carlock Copeland–great lawyers–who saw how wonderful a client we had and agreed to settle the case for more than 10 times our client’s medical bills.

It was a privilege and pleasure representing such a deserving client.

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Matt Kahn is an Atlanta personal injury lawyer and a partner at the law firm Butler Kahn. Matt has dedicated his career to fighting for individuals and families who had been harmed by the negligence of others. At Butler Kahn, he has had the honor of helping families who have lost children in motor vehicle accidents and people who were critically injured. He helped a family secure a $45 million settlement to provide lifetime care for their son, who was critically injured in a motorcycle accident. Matt is a graduate of Emory University School of Law and has been recognized as a Super Lawyers’ Rising Star and by Best Lawyers as One to Watch. He has received an Avvo 10.0 Top Attorney rating. Connect with me on LinkedIn
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