Automobile Accident Case

Orlando Automobile Accident Lawsuit Verdicts & Settlements

Automobile Accident Case – A college student and former cheerleader hired the Umansky Law Firmto represent her in a automobile accident case. The client was injured when another driver turned left in from of the client resulting in a collision. This accident caused the client to sustain a meniscus tear in her knee for which she underwent surgery. The Umansky Law Firm settled with the at fault driver for $25,000, which was the full bodily injury limit on her policy. The lawyers felt that the offer made by the insurer was inadequate for the client’s injuries and decided to file suit. Shortly after a court ordered mediation, the Umansky Law Firm was able to recover an additional $105,000 for the client.

Car accident Case 100,000.00

Case: E.L vs. Defendant

We represented a hard working woman who was rear ended in a car accident. She unfortunately had to get neck surgery. Her claim was difficult because she had three prior accident claims, sustained an aggravation of a pre-existing injury and the damage to her car was minimal. The defendants insurance company refused to tender the policy limits because of the foregoing issues. In fact, the Insurance Company’s offer before litigation was 25 percent of the total bills leaving our client owing a huge medical bill. We refused the offer, filed suit and within three months were able to resolve her case for six figures and get policy limits! Our client’s bills were all paid and she was able to get decent compensation for the injury she sustained.

To view more accident injury cases, visit The Umansky Law Firm’s verdicts & settlements page.

Every case is unique and results will vary based on the facts of an individual case. No case results can be guaranteed. These are just a sample of the cases we have settled, tried or currently litigating. Each case has its own set of circumstances and results are so different depending on so many factors it is hard to predict what your case is truly worth until a full investigation is done.