Our client was traveling north on a main Eugene road when this car crash occurred. As our client began driving into an intersection, another driver surprised our client by driving pulling into traffic without the right of way and accelerating across the road in front of her. Our client tried to stop her forward movement, but it was too late: she collided with the passenger side of the at-fault driver’s speeding vehicle.
Our client’s vehicle was totaled in the accident and she experienced immediate back and neck pain. She was discharged from the emergency room after the accident, but she returned the next day because her pain had become so severe. On this second visit, she was diagnosed with a low back sprain with possible torn muscles. She treated her accident-related injury with chiropractic care and massage therapy for the following four months.
Our client called the Eugene office of Dwyer Williams Potter Accident Injury Attorneys because she needed help paying her medical bills. She did not know where to start and wanted expert help proceeding with a claim against the at-fault driver. Our lead Eugene attorney, and partner, Richard Potter took the case.
Richard was able to establish a Personal Injury Protection (“PIP”) claim that paid all of our client’s medical bills. As soon as she had completed treatment for her accident-related injuries, Richard collected her comprehensive medical records and sent a demand package to the adverse insurance company. The response was quick: Richard was able to obtain a fair and reasonable settlement with the at-fault driver’s insurance company that made our client feel physically, emotionally, and monetarily whole again. Our client was happy to have called one of Oregon’s most experienced personal injury law firms, Dwyer Williams Potter LLP.