Record Setting Verdict

Neiki chose to leave her first lawyer to get a second opinion and see if her case was worth more than the insurance company was offering.

Allstate initially offered the first lawyer $4,500.00 for her injury case. This would not even cover a quarter of Neiki’s medical bills (Neiki’s bills continued to climb as she received more treatment). Not to mention, the wreck caused a PERMANENT injury to Neiki’s spine.

The MRIs showed that there was a disc herniation at C6-C7 and another bilateral disc herniation at L5-S1 that pushed the disc three millimeters on the left side and 4 millimeters on the right.

Neiki was in tip-top shape before the wreck. She trained our military servicemen and provided expert nutritional advice. She had even ran a full marathon with only two weeks of training. This wreck changed all of that for her.

Three days before the trial, Allstate offered $85,000.00 to settle her injury claim, but it was too little too late. The insurance company counted on the fact that the jury would not reimburse Neiki for a permanent injury because she had not one but two subsequent wrecks; however, the medical records showed that the permanency of her injuries predated any subsequent wreck.

After a three and half day trial, the jury came back with a verdict of $900,208.00 for Neiki and her husband.

This was another circumstance where we were able to COLLECT more than the policy limit. To be more exact, we collected nine times more than the $100,000.00 policy limit. It is one thing to receive a judgment and another thing all together to COLLECT on the judgment. We were able to do this by waiving our attorney’s fees that we would have the right to pursue in exchange for Allstate to pay the entire verdict within 30 days.

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