“The Case Handler team is there when you need them. They are competent, followed-up with me for everything, and the only lawyers I would recommend to anyone. Great job, Matt Goodstein and Adam Handler!”
– Kim from Flushing, NY
$50,000.00 Settlement (Maximum Policy Limits)
On May 10th, 2021 at approximately 12:30 pm, Kim was working as a traffic supervisor. She was in the process of walking across the street near 78th Crescent and Queens Boulevard when a double parked vehicle suddenly backed up in an attempt to park. The driver failed to see Kim in the middle of the road and struck her on the right side! As a result, Kim fell down on her left side. She was taken by ambulance to NewYork-Presbyterian Queens Hospital where she was evaluated, treated, and released home.
Kim injured her neck, left shoulder, knees, and lower back as a result of the accident. She felt her neck pain travel down her left arm with numbness and weakness in her left hand. Kim felt left shoulder pain with lifting and carrying objects. She experienced a clicking sensation in her right knee with worsening pain in both knees whenever she would bend, stand, or flex for too long. In addition to her lower back pain, she also complained of numbness and paresthesias in the lower extremities. Kim had to use a cane for ambulation and was unable to work for several weeks. When minimally invasive treatment failed to improve her left shoulder, she underwent left shoulder surgery under general anesthesia.
Thanks to her daughter’s recommendation, she decided to contact The Case Handler team. The driver’s insurance company initially offered to settle Kim’s bodily injury claim for $25k. After so many years of helping injured victims recover life-changing compensation, our team can immediately detect a low-ball offer when we see one! We rejected their offer and provided thorough documentation as to why Kim deserved more. Despite the fact that she had a right knee injury two years prior to this accident, our meticulous Queens pedestrian parking accident lawyers at Pollack, Pollack, Isaac & DeCicco, LLP demanded the maximum and recovered the maximum policy limits of $50,000.00 for Kim!
The driver was clearly 100% liable for the accident and did we mention that there were even witnesses that could attest to Kim’s innocence? Regardless, the driver’s insurance company offered 50% of the policy limits. It takes a very experienced legal team to handle difficult insurance companies and recover maximum compensation. Results are all that matter. Period. If you or someone you know was hurt in a Queens pedestrian parking accident, remember that “The Case Handler team is there when you need them.”
For a free and confidential consultation with The Case Handler attorneys at Pollack, Pollack, Isaac & DeCicco, LLP, please call 929-223-4195.
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