Georgia I-75 Northbound Car Accident Puts Husband and Wife Out of Work


August 26, 2010

Georgia Auto Accident Attorneys Montlick & Associates was retained by a husband and wife who were injured in a car accident while heading northbound on I-75. The couple were driving a 92 Toyota Corolla when a 2004 Safari Panther crossed over into their lane, causing their vehicle to spin out of control and hit the guardrail. Witnesses stated that they saw the party who caused the accident (the "Defendant") attempt to change into our client's lane. The Defendant stated that he did not see anyone in the lane when he began to merge. No citations were issued to either party, although the defendant violated the failure to yield law.

The Georgia Auto Accident Lawyers at Montlick & Associates went to work immediately for our clients, in order to get them the help and financial compensation they deserved and desperately needed. This accident caused extensive injuries to both clients, leaving them both unable to work or care for each other. The husband missed 29 weeks from work. The wife ultimately had both arms placed in slings, forcing her to rely on family members to take care of her needs. After this accident, both husband and wife understandably suffered extreme anxiety, when even contemplating traveling on the interstate.

The case was settled by Montlick & Associates, Attorneys at Law for $500,000, which was the full amount of all available insurance policies.

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