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Mr. Henningsen’s client was hit from the side when the other driver failed to stop at a stop sign. The other driver was cited for drinking and driving. Through the investigation it was learned that the other driver was in a corporate vehicle at the time of the incident and that he had a history of drinking and driving. Although there was minimal property damage to either vehicle, the client sustained a wrist injury. The insurance company argued that the client was not injured in any way. After extensive negotiations, the insurance company agreed to settle the case for $110,000.00.
When a previous Georgia personal injury lawyer told the teen that his injury was not worth the limits of the insurance policy, the teen and his mother decided to meet with Todd Henningsen to discuss their options. After evaluating the claim, Todd Henningsen quickly determined that the teen should be entitled to the $100,000.00 policy limits. Although there was a dispute as to the liability of the Georgia personal injury claim, Mr. Henningsen was able to successfully negotiate with the insurance company to pay the entire $100,000.00 policy limits of the claim.
Mr. Henningsen’s client was a passenger in a vehicle driven by a drunk driver. The two were involved in a serious, single car accident in which the client suffered a skull fracture. The insurance company argued that the client assumed the risk that she would be injured by riding in the car with a drunk driver and did not want to take responsibility. The insurance company tried to offer less than their $100,000.00 policy limits on the case. After repeated negotiations, Mr. Henningsen was able to convince the insurance company to offer the full policy limits of $100,000.00
Mr. Henningsen's client was catastrophically injured when a repeat drunk driver ran a red light and hit his vehicle. The investigation revealed that the ex-wife of the drunk driver rented the vehicle for him that was involved in the wreck. The drunk driver of the vehicle was not covered by any policy of insurance. A lawsuit was filed against the drunk driver and the drunk driver’s ex-wife under the theory of “negligent entrustment.” After protracted litigation against the drunk driver’s ex-wife, we were able to obtain a settlement of the policy limits of $100,000.00 for our client.
Mr. Henningsen’s client was hit from behind by a drunk driver and incurred approximately $6,000.00 in chiropractic treatment. A thorough investigation revealed that the drunk driver was a prominent member of the community, but that he had a history of drinking and driving. After lengthy negotiations with the insurance company, Mr. Henningsen advised the client that it would be best to file a lawsuit to ensure that we were obtaining adequate compensation for all that he had been through. Shortly after filing the lawsuit, the insurance company gave in to our requests and the case was resolved for $100,000.00.
Mr. Henningsen’s client sustained an abdominal injury as a result of a car wreck. The insurance company heavily disputed that the car wreck caused the injuries. The client had a history of prior abdominal problems and the insurance company justified its low offer by relying on the prior medical history of Mr. Henningsen’s client. A lawsuit was filed to let the jury decide the issue. After the lawsuit was filed Mr. Henningsen was able to convince the insurance company to re-evaluate its position. Ultimately, the insurance company increased the offer over five times from the initial amount offered to resolve the matter for the six-figure policy limits.
After finishing Sunday brunch, our client and his wife were walking across the street to go to the parking lot where their car was parked. As our client was stepping off the curb, he was suddenly struck by a DUI driver who was making a left turn from the same parking lot where the client was going. The impact knocked the client to the curb where he struck his head.
He went to the emergency room where he stayed for two nights for observation. Following the incident, our client had follow up medical treatment with an orthopedist and received physical therapy. When the initial offer on the claim was only $45,000.00, our Atlanta Personal Injury Lawyers filed suit immediately. After protracted litigation, we were able to resolve this Newton County auto accident claim for $95,000.00
Mr. Henningsen’s client was injured while mountain biking when the crank on the mountain bike suddenly came loose. Just days earlier, the mountain bike had been serviced by a repair shop and the cranks had been replaced. Through diligent research, including the hiring of an expert mechanical engineer, it was determined that the repair shop used the wrong bolts to attach the crank to the body of the bike. Mr. Henningsen presented this information to the insurance company and the claim quickly resolved for $80,000.00