We secured the policy limits of $250,000.00 from Allstate Insurance company for a retired Bayman following an intersection accident in which the Allstate insured ran a stop sign.
The firm established that although the Allstate insured tried to push some of the liability onto the retired Bayman, the lawyers for the insurance company were unable to find a chink in the armor of a well planned and vigorous offense. That was the easy part!
Once liability was established, some rather unusual medical evidence was collected, analyzed, and presented which demonstrated that an atypical injury to the periphic nerve resulted in diminished lung capacity.
Although he had been released from the emergency room just hours after the accident with no demonstration of such serious and long lasting injury, topnotch analysis by the seasoned staff guided by Thomas J. Keegan, Jr. (a former clammer himself) resulted in the firm being able to pressure the “ever-stingy” Allstate insurance company to pay the $250,000 policy limits to provide adequate compensation for the unusual injury.
Keegan & Keegan, Ross & Rosner, LLP
147 N. Ocean Avenue
Patchogue, New York 11772