A delivery driver brought his car in to the dealer for a water leak repair. A week later he returned because the leak continued. He was told to continue driving the car and return a few days later. But on his way out of the dealership lot, leaking water that had been collecting in the car’s heater core due to a clogged drain, poured onto his foot. The scalding hot water caused third-degree burns, requiring a partially successful skin graft and a permanent nervous system disorder (called reflex sympathetic dystrophy) that creates a constant burning sensation across the instep and lower leg. Our client also had to quit his job.
Car accident victim suffering severe injuries awarded $250,000
A New Jersey driver swerved into an improperly installed guardrail/partition which, upon impact, impaled the vehicle and severed our client’s left leg. Despite a series of complex circumstances impacting liability, and our client passing away due to an unrelated medical condition, we settled the case for $250,000.
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