On December 10, 2016, Warren was driving on Paulding Avenue with his wife when he reached a stop sign. When he stopped, Warren was rear-ended by another vehicle. Fortunately, Warren and his wife were wearing their seat belts. The driver that hit Warren’s vehicle got out of the car to make sure everyone was OK and immediately got back in their car and drove away. While fleeing the accident scene, their license plate fell off and landed on the street! Warren saw it and took a picture of the license plate. He was soon taken to Jacobi Medical Center by ambulance to have his injuries evaluated.
As a result of the accident, Warren suffered injuries to his back, arm, neck, and left leg. In his arm, he described a weakness and numbness that worsened with movement. His lower back and leg pain felt sharp and worsened with turning, bending, sitting, and lifting. He described his pain as a 7/10 and took pain medication to alleviate his discomfort. Warren went to physical therapy 5 times a week for 2 weeks and then 3 times a week for a few more weeks.
For years, Warren had heard of Adam Handler and the work his team does in the community for injured victims. After his accident, Warren called The Case Handler team for a free consultation and got his case started at Pollack, Pollack, Isaac & DeCicco, LLP. It’s incredibly difficult to handle cases that involve a hit-and-run vehicle. Since Warren had the other driver’s license plate number, our team was able to successfully locate the at-fault driver! The Case Handler team fought hard with the insurance company and successfully recovered a much higher settlement recovery than their initial offer!