“The Case Handler team did a great job. Adam Handler is the best in my opinion. He takes a real interest in you and he’s very caring. That’s why I’m attached to him and his team for life.”
-Veronica from Bronx, NY
On January 1, 2019, Veronica was walking across a hotel parking lot in New Rochelle. As she was walking, a drunk driver struck her on the right side of her body and fell on her left knee. Veronica was in so much pain that she was unable to get up. When the ambulance arrived, the crew helped carry her to the ambulance and took her to Montefiore New Rochelle Hospital. Veronica was treated and released home with medication.
As a result of the accident, Veronica sustained injuries to her right shoulder, right knee, neck and back. After she was initially discharged from the hospital, she noticed substantial pain in her right shoulder and right knee. Veronica went to a different hospital, Montefiore Mount Vernon Hospital, for additional evaluation. Veronica was again treated and released home with medication. Finally, it was discovered by MRI that she had a full-thickness rotator cuff tear in her right shoulder that required surgical intervention on February 22, 2019. Veronica also suffered a right knee horizontal tear in the posterior corner of the medial meniscus, and a complete tear of the proximal fibers of the ACL. She was required to attend physical therapy for several weeks and is now totally disabled.
Veronica heard about The Case Handler team’s great reputation from a friend and called Adam Handler soon after the accident. Our team discovered that before hitting Veronica, the drunk driver struck a parked unoccupied vehicle and was attempting to leave the scene! The Defendant’s insurance company made an initial offer that was shockingly low. With the help of our elite New Rochelle pedestrian accident lawyers at Pollack, Pollack, Isaac & DeCicco, LLP, Veronica’s medical bills were paid and she recovered over double the amount of compensation from the Defendant’s insurance company!
Take a moment and think about what happened to Veronica. It was New Year’s Day and this person was most likely still intoxicated from ringing in the New Year. That person drove home and struck a parked vehicle, tried to flee the scene, and hit a female pedestrian. How guilty does one have to be for the insurance company to compensate a victim fairly? As you can see in Veronica’s case, insurance companies will make enticing offers to get victims to settle their cases to avoid the legal hassle. But what if you can already avoid the “legal hassle” by having a New Rochelle pedestrian accident lawyer in your corner? Before you or a loved one accepts a settlement offer, contact The Case Handler team to review your case right away.
For a free consultation with Adam Handler – The Case Handler, contact his office at Pollack, Pollack, Isaac & DeCicco, LLP by dialing 929-223-4195.
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