Maureen was driving with our two year old daughter when a van in the opposing lane lost a tire, crossed the median and crashed head-on into her. They had to cut Maureen out. Broken glass covered our daughter’s car seat, but she survived without a scratch.
Patrick: Maureen was rushed to intensive care with a brain shear, broken arms and a fractured hip. When she finally came out of the coma, she had 22 bolts and plates in her arms, and couldn’t walk.
The hospital wanted Maureen in rehab, but due to the brain shear, she had no idea what she was going through. Maureen begged and begged them to send her home. I had to lift her out of bed, clothe her, bathe her, feed her, and look after our three kids. And you know what she says? “Better call my boss and tell him I won’t be in tomorrow.”
Maureen: My surgeon was impressed with Andy too, and he’s seen it all. Andy kept on top of all of my doctors' visits and therapy sessions. Despite the extent of my injuries, we never considered a bigger firm.
Patrick: Andy’s fee was extremely reasonable. But what I remember most was him asking, “Are you guys OK financially?” He offered to lend us his own money to help us through.
Maureen: Andy is smart, creative and tenacious. He knows exactly what he’s doing. At the hearing, he showed a movie of me trying to move my fingers during therapy. People’s jaws dropped. He had told us that a decision could take weeks. But when we returned home, there was Andy on the answering machine. We won. Andy got us $250,000, the maximum uninsured motorist payout.
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