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Man Ejected in an Accident and Insurance Denied their Claim. Now What?

In a tragic accident, a man was thrown from a pickup truck. The accident was caused when a woman driver ran a red light and T-boned the truck the man was a passenger in. The truck rolled and the man was ejected as a result of this rolling. A state trooper upon the scene assumed the man was not wearing his seat belt and actually issued him a ticket.

You can hear more about this interesting case here with one of Kalfus & Nachman's car accident lawyers, Paul Hernandez:

As a result of this man's injuries, he eventually suffered wrongful death, leaving behind three children and a wife. Our firm took the case when the family called us saying the opposing driver's insurance company was denying their claim. Utilizing our vast experience and drawing upon the law, we were able to win this case for them and get them a significant settlement.

If you or a family member are ever injured in an accident, be sure you know your rights and the laws before settling with an insurance company. Our Roanoke accident attorneys have the experience you need and also offer our services on a contingency-fee basis, meaning you don't pay a dime unless we win a cash award or settlement for you. Call us today at (855) 880-8163 to see how we can help you with your case.


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