Automobile Collisions Cases
For a 21-year old woman who was permanently paralyzed when a tractor trailer rear ended the pick-up truck in which she was a passenger while on Interstate 44 in the City of Pacific, Franklin County, Missouri. The collision caused the pick-up truck to flip over and partially eject her. Unfortunately, she fractured her neck and was placed on life support and in a coma for several months. Then, she was transferred to a rehab hospital where she remained for approximately six months.
For a couple severely injured when a vehicle pulling a 25-foot-long trailer made a dangerous U-turn in front of their motorcycle on Interstate 90 in McCook County, South Dakota. The couple was traveling to celebrate their 35th wedding anniversary when the collision caused them to be ejected from their motorcycle and suffer extensive injuries. Both husband and wife have undergone multiple surgeries and physical therapy, including treatment for a traumatic brain injury.
For a Jefferson County man who sustained a brain injury in a motor vehicle accident causing him to lose his sense of taste and smell.
For a Jefferson County family rear-ended by a tractor trailer in Madison County, Illinois, causing a brain injury and severe orthopedic injuries.
For a 21-year-old passenger who was rendered a quadriplegic in a motor vehicle accident with a drunk driver.
For the parents of a 23-year-old man who died in a motor vehicle collision on Highway 61 in Jefferson County, Missouri. The deceased was a passenger in a vehicle that made a left turn directly in front of another vehicle. The lawyers at Padberg, Corrigan & Appelbaum were able to negotiate a settlement for $1.1 million, which was the maximum amount of the insurance policy for the driver of the vehicle that caused the accident.
For a man who suffered a brain injury when his vehicle was rear-ended by a tractor-trailer.
For the the family of an 18-year-old boy who died in a motor vehicle accident in St. Charles County.
For children whose dad was in a fatal motorcycle crash.
For a Jefferson County man who fractured his leg and hip in a motor vehicle accident.