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Motor vehicle negligence
Traumatic brain injury and bilateral femur fractures and rib fracture
David Dwork, Esquire – Benjamin S. Kafka, Esquire
Plaintiff was in a motor vehicle accident that occurred on December 13, 2000 when the defendants’ vehicle allegedly crossed into plaintiff’s lane of travel. Plaintiff suffered a traumatic brain injury and bilateral femur fractures and rib fractures as a result of their collision.
She was hospitalized for approximately ten days and then underwent a course of rehabilitation. Plaintiff alleged ongoing cognitive difficulties which interfered with her ability to work, including deficits in attention and executive functioning. The case settled for the policy limits of $500,000.