By the grace of God, everything is good. Adam is a people person and interacts with his clients very professionally. He goes above and beyond for his clientsÂ and really treats them like his family. Thank you Adam andÂ The Case Handler team!â€ť
-Errol W. from Bronx, NY
On November 5, 2016, Errol was driving his friendâ€™s vehicle on East Sanford Blvd in Mount Vernon, NY.Â Since he had the right of way, ErrolÂ assumed the vehicle to his right would stop at the stop sign.Â Instead, the other vehicle proceeded in front of him causing him to goÂ head first into theÂ front left side of her carÂ (t-bone collision).Â Â As a result of the violent collision, Errolâ€™sÂ front dashboard cavedÂ down into his right knee.Â At first, Errol felt fortunate there wasÂ a cop that witnessed the accident.
AfterÂ exiting his vehicle with horrible knee pain, Errol observed the other driverâ€™s demeanor andÂ suspectedÂ she was intoxicated.Â Shockingly, theÂ police offer atÂ the accident scene called inÂ a higher ranking police officer.Â To Errolâ€™sÂ further dismay, the officerÂ appeared to knowÂ the defendant driver andÂ evenÂ hugged her!
As a result, the police officer did NOT write a police report andÂ sheÂ was not given a breathalyzer to confirm intoxication. To make matters even more difficult, The Case Handler later discovered (after Errol hired our team) that the defendantâ€™s vehicle was NOT insured!
Having suffered injuries to his right leg/knee and right hand, Errol knew he needed legal help. Thanks to Errolâ€™s brother for referring him to Adam Handler, Errol was able to receive the necessary medical treatment and surgery he needed for his right knee.Â Even without proper accident documentation from the police, The Case Handler team still successfully obtained theÂ Maximum Policy Limit SettlementÂ through his own Uninsured Motorist (UM) coverage!
When it seems like every obstacle is in your way to diminish your personal injury claim, just remember The Case Handler is here for you. Errol had several obstacles in his case, but thankfully he had Uninsured Motorist (UM) coverage and The Case Handler team!Â While we ideally want the defendant brought to justice, protect yourself now in case the defendant doesnâ€™t have enough insurance or no insurance at all.Â Make sure to check your insurance policy for UIM / UM coverage.
If youâ€™ve been wrongfully injured and need legal guidance, contact The Case Handler team atÂ (212) 608-3734. Our consultation is free and you donâ€™t pay us unless we win for you.