On December 21, 2018, Kelvin was a front seat passenger driving eastbound on the Kensington Expressway (New York State Route 33). When traffic began to abruptly slow to a stop up ahead, the car Kelvin was riding in was able to safely stop. Unfortunately, the car behind him was unable to stop in time and rear-ended the car Kelvin was in! Although Kelvin did not feel injured right away, the pain gradually intensified after the collision and he went to the hospital that same day.
As a result of the accident, Kelvin sustained injuries to his neck and lower back that later required pain management injections. He had multiple disc herniations to his cervical spine and disc bulging to his lumbar spine. His lower back pain felt worse with bending down, and with sitting/standing for long periods of time. He also had difficulty finding a good position to sleep due to his neck pain. Kelvin was totally disabled for 2 months and was unable to work during that time after the accident.
A friend of Kelvin, who was also a client of Adam, told him to call The Case Handler team! The friend gave Kelvin our contact information and he contacted us right away. Our team discovered that the police report inaccurately stated that the “front seat passenger was uninjured” when in fact, Kelvin was injured. When legal documentation like this is not on your side, good thing our team is well-equipped to handle these types of issues to reveal the truth. With the help of our NY injured passenger attorneys at Pollack, Pollack, Isaac & DeCicco, LLP, our team recovered $60,000.00 for Kelvin!