TSR Injury Law Recovers $3 Million for Nurse Who Suffered Brain Injury in Semi-Truck Crash

suv after wreck with smashed hoodCommercial truck crashes often result in serious and long-lasting injuries. Unfortunately, that is what happened to a 53-year-old nurse who was rear-ended by a semi-truck on highway 94. She suffered a mild traumatic brain injury, PTSD, anxiety, fatigue, and neck and back injuries.

TSR Injury Law is proud to announce we were able to recover significant compensation on her behalf – $3,041,784.10 in total compensation was awarded by a panel of arbitrators. You can learn more on our case results page. Click the “Truck Accident” tab – it will be the first result you see.

The victim was represented by partner Rich Ruohonen from the start of the case until it concluded four years later.

The victim was injured when a semi-truck crashed into the back of her vehicle. The force of impact pushed her vehicle into a truck in front her. The truck was also pushed into another car. This resulted in all three vehicles being totaled.

rear of SUV totaled after car accidentThe victim has experienced significant challenges since the collision, including not being able to work for 10 months and being unable to work in the same capacity as before.

Unfortunately, the trucking company did not agree the victim’s injuries were as severe as her doctors claimed they were. Eventually, both parties agreed to enter binding arbitration with a three-lawyer panel.

The victim was able to recover all of her lost wages and future damages, which will be a great help to her as she looks to move forward after this life-changing incident.

If you were injured in a truck crash, give us a call to learn more about how we may be able to assist you. There are no upfront fees, and we are not paid unless you receive compensation.

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