Ellis Injury Law secures a $610,000 settlement on behalf of a car accident victim, who was rear-ended by a motorist under the influence of marijuana.
LOS ANGELES, Oct. 28, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Ellis Injury Law is pleased to announce a $610,000 settlement in resolution of a serious auto accident case that originated in the United States District Court, District of Colorado. The plaintiff was traveling on Colorado's Interstate 70 during heavy snow when his vehicle was struck by a driver allegedly under the influence of marijuana. The violent force of the impact caused the plaintiff to suffer painful injuries that required extensive medical treatment, including neck surgery.
Attorney Brandon Corday, Esq. argued that his client's injuries and resulting medical care were caused by the collision. The defense characterized the complaints as preexisting injuries sustained in another incident. Both parties retained expert witnesses whose testimony ultimately weighed in favor of the plaintiff's version of events. The case was settled on August 6, 2020.
"The $610,000 settlement represents justice and fair compensation to the plaintiff," said Mr. Corday. "Our client was overcome with excitement and relief when he learned of the outcome. A tremendous financial burden has been removed from his life, and he can now look forward to a much brighter future."
About Ellis Injury Law
Ellis Injury Law was established more than 20 years ago in El Segundo, California, and quickly earned a reputation for providing high-caliber personal injury representation. Ellis Injury Law operates offices throughout the state of California, handling matters relating to vehicle accidents, premises liability, defective products, negligence, and wrongful death. Led by founding partner Andrew Ellis, the firm has obtained more than $350 million in settlements and verdicts. All personal injury legal matters are retained on a contingency-fee basis.
Interested parties can learn more about Ellis Law Corporation at https://ellisinjurylaw.com/.
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