Rear-end collision/back injury

February 5, 2010

Catherine Valenzuela claimed a severe disc impingement in a rear-ender and was awarded $250,000. She was stopped at a red light when she was rear-ended by Dineshba Patel, who was traveling at least 30 mph. Valenzuela claimed that she never suffered a back or neck injury before this crash. She alleged that she developed disc bulges at multiple levels with a serious spinal impingement. She said her future prognosis was extremely poor, with a likelihood of increasing back and neck pain and diminished function. Patel claimed a pre-existing condition and denied responsibility. If you or someone you know has suffered injuries in an incident like this one call or contact Breedlove & Noll, LLP at 518-383-9400 or information@breedlovenoll.com

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