My name Is Olynthia P, I just wanted to let you know that Your employee Ms. Jan is so awesome, riding with such a person lifted my spirit. she goes out her way to make sure that I am ok. On the day of my injection, when I was on my way there she said – “I know you haven’t had breakfast but when you finish we can stop somewhere and pick you up something if you like” so when I finish she stopped at What-a-burger to make sure I got something to eat, and then on the way home because I was in so much pain without me asking for any of this she took my prescription to the Walgreen and was willing to wait on it for me. I tried to give her a $10.00 tip for all that she was doing but she refuse to take it and told me that she is ok, that she gets paid well for her job. she even got out the car when she got me home and helped me to the door. I really like her and just wanted you to know that she goes above and beyond to help me and I really appreciated it. Ms. Danette Morgan is also one who goes out here way to make sure I get more than I would have imagined. she always return my calls and she keep me updated on what is going on, I do not have to call her because if there is something new she will call and leave a message, I also like her spirit she is very friendly and she make me smile when I am having a down day. thanks for the chance to meet some people that really do care about their clients and it is not all about getting paid, they want the best for me. I thank your company for everything that you have done and the this that are yet to come. I will tell everyone if they need a caring law firm they need to call you.
Our client was walking across a parking lot into a business. Defendant was a store employee and was backing against one-way traffic when he struck the client. Although the client was not knocked to the ground, she sustained injuries that required her to under a neck and back surgery. The Defendants argued contributory negligence claiming the client was at fault for crossing the parking lot where she did and for not noticing the backing vehicle. Defendants also argued that the client could not have suffered the injuries she did based on the low speed nature of the collision. The client‘s medical bills total just over $800,000.
Amount Due to Client: $377,294.49
Our client pulled into an apartment complex where she worked when a furniture delivery truck, after missing a turn, began to back up against traffic. Despite the client honking her horn, the delivery driver continued to back until he had backed into the client’s pick-up truck with such force that the client’s truck was pushed backward and the front-end significantly damaged. No police report was created, but our client‘s neck and shoulder were injured. She underwent months of therapy, injections into her neck and was recommended to have shoulder surgery. The client’s medical bills totaled just over $80,000. The Defendant paid a confidential amount in excess of $200,000.
Amount Due to Client: $86,397.81
The client and her two children were driving back to Dallas from a weekend trip in San Antonio. As they went through a construction area near Waco traffic slowed to a stop. However, the truck driver behind them failed to timely stop and ran into the back of them. By the time the client made it back to the metroplex, she was in pain and her elbow was swollen. She took herself and her children to the hospital. Nothing showed to be broken; however, as the months went by the client continued to have problems with her elbow until she felt there was no choice but to undergo surgery. In addition to the client’s elbow problems she also suffered from increased anxiety and neck pain which required months of chiropractic care. The trucking company refused to take responsibility for its driver’s negligence despite the fact the company had failed to provide him any training and had no evidence they had followed the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Standards for qualifying him as a driver. After picking a federal jury, the Defendant’s made an offer that allowed the client to settle her case and provided money to be held by the Court for her children until age 18.
Amount Due to Client: $35,247.91
Our client was rear-ended by a truck on a rural highway. No police report was created. The client suffered neck, back and shoulder injuries. In addition to months of therapy, the client underwent an epidural steroid injection in the low back. Our client‘s medical bills totaled $18,635.84. We recovered $45,000 from the trucking company allowing the client to net just under $25,000.
Amount Due to Client: $20,091.70
Our client was a truck driver who was rear-ended by another truck driver. As a result, the client’s neck, back and shoulder was injured. He was required to undergo treatment with workers compensation physicians who refused to approve him for shoulder surgery. Despite the client’s attempts to return to work as a truck driver, his injuries prevented him from driving any longer. He had to change professions after driving a truck for decades. The client had medical expenses of $136,583.37. We were able to settle the client’s case without filing suit.
Amount Due to Client: $206,373.60
Our client was riding his motorcycle to work on Hwy 75 when unexpectedly a box flew out of a pickup truck in front of him. The box hit the client causing him to lose control of the bike and crash into the cement barrier dividing the highway. The initial police officer on the scene believed the client was dead. Fortunately, the client survived the wreck; however, he required multiple surgeries on his face and jaw, back surgery, shoulder surgery and sustained a brain injury. The client was able to return to work after more than a month in the hospital and several months of inpatient therapy. We were able to settle this case for a confidential settlement amount in the millions which netted the client with over a million dollars.
Our client was driving on Preston Rd when an unknown vehicle cut him off making him have to suddenly slow. The truck driver behind him failed to timely take action and failed to get stopped before running into the back of our client. The client sustained injuries to his back, neck and shoulder. The insurance company for the trucking company blamed the client and the unknown driver who cut the client off for the collision claiming its driver could not get stopped given the sudden situation. Our client underwent months of chiropractic care and had to get an injection in his low back and had persistent pain in his shoulder. The client’s medical bills totaled $56,392. We were able to settle his case without filing suit for $100,000. The client netted approximately $45,000.
Amount Due to Client: $ 40,722.45
Client was driving in Farmers Branch. Defendant failed to yield the right of way while making a left turn. Defendant stated that he thought he had a protected green arrow. Client sought two months of chiropractic treatment and was released. He continued to deal with pain and went back to see a pain management doctor seven months after his release. He received lumbar injections. The insurance company refused to consider any treatment after Cesar's release from the chiropractor. Total medical bills were $27,000. Jury verdict was for $44,000.
Amount due to client: $9,524.36
Client was rear ended while driving in Cedar Hill. She was 24 at the time of the wreck. She went to the hospital, received some chiropractic treatment and injections. The insurance company would not consider the injections in any offer because they believed she was too young to receive injections. Her total medical bills were $40,000. After a three day trial, the jury returned a verdict of $70,000.
Amount due to client: $16,001.79
Client was rear ended by an 18 wheeler on I-35. Client received injections for lower back pain, but his pain would not resolve. He was eventually recommended a lower back surgery. Trucking company failed to comply with many of the regulations. We argued that this showed a pattern of disregard for the rules by the company. Case settled for $240,000.
Amount due to client: $115,082.86
Client was a passenger in a car that struck a barrier after avoiding another vehicle that lost control. Client fractured her leg and required multiple surgeries and hospitalizations. Client also required home assistance. Case settled for $615,320.59
Amount due to client: $331,334.82
Client was rear ended on Highway 183. Insurance company had a minimum limits $30,000 policy. Client's medical bills exceeded the policy limits. We sent a demand and the insurance company failed to settle for the $30,000 policy. We prepared the case for trial and refused to accept the untimely policy limits offer. Case later settled for $150,000.
Amount due to client: $47,546.39
Rocky was traveling on I-35 in stop and go traffic. He was slowing down for traffic when he was rear-ended by another car. Rocky had $12,000 in medical bills. The other driver’s insurance company paid $28,000 without having to file suit.
Amount due to client: $16,880.70
David was traveling on I-30 and was stopped due to traffic. A careless driver rear-ended David and pushed him into the vehicle in front of him. David had $32,000 in medical bills. The tortfeasor's insurance company tendered the full $30,000 policy limits without having to file suit. After filing suit against the first party insurance companies, they each paid $27,500 in underinsured motorist benefits for a combined total recovery of $85,000.
Amount due to client: $28,751.33
Shammine was a restrained passenger traveling on I-35 and merging over to I-30. An 18-wheeler motorist traveling on I-30 made an unsafe lane change and side-swiped Shammine. Even though she only had $5,000 in medical bills, we got the 18 wheeler's insurance company to pay $15,000 without having to file a lawsuit.
Amount due to client: $7,050.80
Roxzena was traveling on 635 and was stopped due to traffic. A negligent driver rear-ended her, causing her injuries. She had $27,000 in medical bills. The negligent driver’s insurance company was forced to pay $42,000 for Roxzena's injuries.
Amount due to client: $12,269.25
Pamela was traveling on Camp Wisdom Road when traffic began to merge due to a wreck up ahead. The driver of an 18 wheeler failed to pay attention and unsafely merged into Pamela's lane, side swiping and injuring her. Pamela had $12,000 in medical bills. The third party insurance company paid $22,500 without having to file suit.
Amount due to client: $10,041.38
Client was walking on the walk space of the road, when a defendant, not paying attention to the roadway, swerved to the left and struck the client. Client had $23,188.28 in medical bills. We recovered the full $100K policy.
Amount due to client: $47,423.52.
Client was waiting at a red light, headed to school to take a final exam, when the driver work-truck put his vehicle in reverse and struck the front of client's vehicle. Client had a lumbar fusion surgery as a result of this wreck. Client had $306,151.00 in medical bills. Settlement was for $540,000.00.
Amount due to client is $189,153.54.
- Client was traveling Westbound on I30 at Malcolm X Blvd. Defendant failed to control speed and rear-ended client's vehicle. Plaintiff lost control of vehicle and struck a guardrail. Medical bills were $38,607.82. Case settled for the policy limits of $100K.
Amount due to client is $36,305.70.
Vanessa rear-ended during lunch hour traffic and injured her neck. Vanessa had previous neck surgery that had been successful until the wreck. After three day trial, verdict of $473,258.37 on past medical expenses of $89,678.37.
Amount due to client $206,145.81.
Frances was side-swiped by a commercial motor vehicle Colleyville and suffered injuries to her low back. Frances underwent multiple injections and nerve blocks to her low back. During litigation, the case settled for $400,000.00.
Amount due to client: $181,380.89.
A careless driver was texting and slammed into the back of our clientNajla. We fought to settle for the $50,000 policy limits of the texting driver.
Amount due to client: $16,465.95.
Our client Randy was injured by a careless driver who rear-ended him. The insurance company didn’t want to cover necessary future medical care. We filed suit and settled shortly after that for the $50,000 policy limits.
Amount due to client: $17,340.12.
Client was driving in Dallas when a negligent driver changed lanes when unsafe, striking our client. Our Donald had $70,000.00 in medical bills. Before filing suit, the insurance company didn’t make an offer to settle, and was requesting unreasonable documents and trying to have our client jump through hoops. We filed suit on Donald's behalf, and settled with the insurance company for $150,000.00.
Amount due to client: $43,303.00
Client was rear ended and shoved into an intersection. Client dealt with pain for over three years and received multiple injections. The insurance company offered $11,700 before litigation, saying he had degenerative disc disease. After we filed suit, they tried to offer the policy limits of $30,000.00. We held the insurance company's feet to the fire and they paid $70,000.00.
Amount due to client: $22,000.00
Client was driving on a highway when a ladder fell onto the highway from a truck driving in front of her. She applied her brakes and was rear ended, and ended up going to the hospital and incurring around $21,000.00 in medical bills. The insurance company for the truck initially offered under the medical, so I emailed the adjuster a clip from final destination where a log from an 18-wheeler fell onto the highway and chaos ensued. The insurance company then paid $51,505.00
Amount due to client: $23,300.00
I went through this with my wife too and I felt like she was being attacked by the insurance company. I called Eberstein & Witherite and they fought hard for her. I’m glad we called them!
I want to thank Eberstein and Witherite and all of their associates and employees because they have been so wonderful to me
Shelly Greco is an outstanding attorney and individual. Shelly first and foremost showed she cared about me by being instrumental in facilitating getting the help I needed to recovery from my injuries.
I was recommended to Eberstein Witherite after listening to the radio. They sent me to therapy and a doctor. They called and checked in on me to see how my treatments were going.
Chrystal & Justin
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