Tournament of Roses Parade Cut Short for One Spectator
Litigation Type - Car Accidents
Client Injury - Memory Loss, Coma
Our client and her friend were traveling to the Minneapolis/St. Paul Airport on their way to Pasadena, California for the Tournament of Roses Parade. A vehicle in the other lane started to slide toward them and the two vehicles violently collided. Our client was transported to the hospital in Arlington, Minnesota and then to a Twin Cities suburban hospital. She was in a coma, and not long after, she was in hospice care. The doctors didn't believe she would pull out of the coma but she rallied and was removed from hospice care and put into a nursing home. While she struggled to remember herself and her life, she endured surgeries, and physical and occupational therapy. As she regained her life, medical bills arrived.
She hired Jeff Sieben to help her out. Sieben dealt with insurance and bills and resolved her claims for policy limits of $1,200,000. She recently qualified for a driving license and is now driving her own vehicle again.
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