Nearly losing your life in a head-on impact is difficult. Recovering a million dollar settlement is even more daunting, especially after going head-to-head with a know-it-all, hostile, penny-pinching insurance company with a reputation for eating their young.
Attorney Dan Newlin, of Dan Newlin & Partners made sure that his client Mr. Krutsinger, a man who nearly lost his life from injuries sustained from a head on collision with a car driven by a reckless, red-light running drunk driver would receive a fair and just settlement from the company that insured the men who almost took his life.
Mr. Krutsinger suffered a crippling brain injury, third-degree burns on his face and neck, multiple skeletal fractures and a herniated disc in his spinal column, essentially him for the rest of his life. The victim, plaintiff Mr. Krutsinger also underwent multiple facial reconstructive surgeries as a result of the accident. Medical professionals predict that Mr. Krutsinger will be handicapped for the rest of his life, requiring him to hire assistance professional caretakers. On top of the injuries Krutsinger, his Chevy Avalanche truck was also totaled, placing him in even deeper into debt.
Main Street America Group, The insurance company that questioned the validity of plaintiff, a man that was blindsided by the insurance companies reckless-driving policy owner- even though the debilitating injuries he faced in the crash rendered him useless for work and forced him to pay for multiple facial reconstruction surgeries and physical therapy on credit cards alone had a filed a lawsuit filed against them by The Law Offices of Dan Newlin & Partners earlier this year.
in the span of almost 16 months, the Main Street America Group never presented a settlement opportunity to the plaintiff Mr. Krutsinger. Earlier this year, Dan Newlin, of The Law Offices of Dan Newlin & Partners was instrumental in negotiating a $1 million settlement for the plaintiff, Mr. Krutsinger.
According to Dan Newlin, it is criminal for an insurance agency to deny an injured victim the right to pay for reconstructive surgery by withholding the settlement that the plaintiff is entitled to, especially when police reports and medical statements exist that support the injuries that the plaintiff claim. According to sources, Mr. Krutsinger was forced to pay for multiple surgeries and physical therapy on credit cards because he was rendered unable to work. Here, Dan Newlin was written about by PRNewsWire.
Dan Newlin of Dan Newlin & Partners , an attorney with multiple offices around the country, including major cities on the East Coast and Midwest states how heartbreaking it is to see victims whose lives are ruined by the reckless actions careless drivers, and lied to month after month by unscrupulous insurance companies, adding insult to injury.