On October 24, 2017, Pam was an unrestrained passenger sitting in the middle of a bus that collided with a car in front of it. The bus crash occurred as she was sitting down, and she remembered her body suddenly jerk forward. Thankfully, no one on the bus sustained life-threatening injuries. Since Pam was not sitting down properly when the accident occurred, Pam was unable to brace for the crash like other passengers. After the accident, Pam was taken by ambulance to Long Island Jewish Medical Center where she was treated and released.
The accident left Pam with terrible pain in her back, neck, left knee and right shoulder. She reported pain that shot up her neck through her upper extremity and numbness/tingling that radiated through her left leg. In fact, the pain became so unbearable that she could no longer lift, bend, walk, stand or even sit without feeling discomfort. MRIs confirmed Pam’s suffering. She had bulging discs, herniations, labral tears, and meniscal tears. Pam received pain management injections, underwent left knee surgery on January 26, 2018, and underwent right shoulder surgery (rotator cuff repair) on May 25, 2018.
Fortunately for Pam, she had The Case Handler team working in her corner. Thanks to Adam Handler and Matthew Goodstein, Pam was able to focus on her treatment and get the rest she needed to heal. Pam was overwhelmed by the genuineness of her first meeting with The Case Handler team and throughout her case. She always felt as though Adam and Matt genuinely cared about her health and wellness above all else. What also impressed her was the sense of urgency with which The Case Handler team operates. Meetings and appointments were scheduled for her during or immediately following her visits with The Case Handler team. In the end, all of Pam’s medical bills were taken care of and she successfully recovered the maximum policy limits of $25,000.00 for her bodily injury claim and an additional $25,000.00 for her UIM claim with the help of The Case Handler team!