Steve Mehr and Sweet James Recover $1 Million for Truck Accident Victim

Sweet James Accident Attorneys with Attorney Steve Mehr Recovered $1 Million Dollars for Truck Accident Victim after Disputed Liability

The truck accident victim, represented by Sweet James Accident Attorneys and Steve Mehr, was working alongside the road when a large dump truck ran over his foot. The impact caused several fractures in both his foot and ankle, leaving him immobile and out of work.

The defendant disputed liability, but the tireless efforts of Steve Mehr and the Sweet James team forced them to settle the case for $1,000,000. Mehr’s team interviewed every witness, hired multiple medical experts, and recreated the entire scene to prove their client was not at fault.

Not only were they ably to obtain the policy limit for their client, but they covered all his medical expenses too. Their client is now on the road to recovery thanks to Mehr and his award-winning team of attorneys.

According to the IIHS, over 4,000 people were killed in large truck accidents in 2019 alone. The sheer weight of these large vehicles makes them a particular danger to smaller vehicles and pedestrians. For your safety and the safety of those around you, please stay aware of changing road conditions, especially when large vehicles like trucks are involved.

If you or a loved one have been hurt in a motorcycle crash and would like Attorney Steve Mehr and Sweet James Accident Attorneys to help – feel free to contact us at (800) 500-5200 for a free confidential consultation.

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