Semi Truck Accident Caused By Poor Winter Driving Conditions
A semi traveling in poor winter driving conditions was unable to see the vehicle in front of him due to blowing snow. Traveling with 40,000 pounds of sausage in the trailer, he rear-ended our client's car and the car stuck to the front of the semi. The two entwined vehicles traveled together as he braked, finally coming to a stop in the ditch. Our client loss consciousness and has no memory of the accident at all. Our client sustained severe injuries from this accident, including cognitive difficulties following her head injury.
Cory Whalen took her case and not only fought against the at-fault truck driver's insurance company but against our client's own insurance company as they denied her wage losses. Whalen triumphed over both, securing a recovery for our client of $200,000.