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$1.4M Settlement: JOHN DOE v. ABC Company: Mild Traumatic Brain Injury
John Doe was rear-ended at high speed in his work truck. Knocked unconscious, he was flown by helicopter to a local Trauma Center. There, a CT scan showed a small subarachnoid hemorrhage and intracranial hemorrhage. He was monitored and discharged from the hospital 2 days later. When he returned home, John Doe’s family noticed that Mr. Doe’s speech was slurred, his memory was poor, and his temper had become short.
Alarmed and confused, the family contacted Matthew E. Haynes, Esq. Mr. Haynes retained neuropsychological experts to evaluate Mr. Doe’s Traumatic Brain Injury. Armed with these results, Mr. Haynes immediately began negotiating with the insurance carriers for the responsible parties. Faced with a demand for the $1.5M in available insurance coverage, the insurance carriers requested an immediate mediation.