$1.25 Million Settlement for Client, 82, Seriously Injured in Atlanta Crash

Beasley Allen’s Atlanta office has secured a $1.25 million pre-suit settlement for a client who was unfortunately involved in a car crash resulting in serious and permanent injuries.

Atlanta (March 5, 2024) – Beasley Allen’s Atlanta office has secured a $1.25 million settlement for a client seriously injured in a car accident.

The crash occurred in November 2023 at the intersection of Ponce De Leon Avenue and Clifton Road in Atlanta. Our client, an 82-year-old woman, was a passenger in a vehicle hit by another car attempting to make a left turn.

Although our client was wearing a seatbelt at the time, the severity of the crash left her with multiple serious injuries including a broken sternum, broken spinal vertebrae (L2) and exacerbation of existing spondylolisthesis.

“Her 82-year-old body was subject to numerous tests, examinations, and above all – pain. She suffered three days in the hospital wondering if these injuries would permanently take her mobile and active life,” Principal Attorney Ken Wilson said.

In addition to receiving physical therapy for at least 16 weeks, our client faces an increased risk of paralysis if she falls, requiring she have in-home care.

“Our client must put full focus on physical therapy to strengthen herself so she can simply walk without pain like she did prior to this wreck – a goal, given her age, she may never attain. This also took away her confidence in caring for herself alone,” Beasley Allen Attorney Preston Moore said. “While no amount of money can fully undo the harm, this settlement will help our client move forward with the financial support she and her family need to continue her life.”

As part of the settlement, Allstate Insurance Company has agreed to pay $100,000 in medical damages.

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