Victory in Sight
When Kathy was injured in a T-bone collision caused by another driver, she never expected to have to fight with her own insurance company…
Kathy was driving through a green light when another driver ran the red light and T-boned her car on the driver’s side; causing significant arm, neck, and knee injuries. Kathy presented to the emergency room two days after the collision and was immediately referred to a chiropractor for additional treatment. A couple weeks into her treatment, Kathy’s chiropractor suggested that she call an attorney; not because of her injuries, but because her medical insurance was refusing to pay for her treatment. That’s when Kathy decided to make the call to the Law Offices of Dianne Sawaya.
During her first meeting with Dianne, Kathy explained that she had purchased a $100,000 medical payment policy from her auto insurance carrier that was designed to guarantee her medical bills would be paid after any collision. Dianne immediately offered to take the case, knowing that this was a fight she would win. With victory in sight, Dianne prepared her team and began arguing with Kathy’s insurance company, who would eventually plant the seed for their own defeat.
Kathy’s victory came after her insurance company demanded that she be evaluated by an independent medical examiner (IME) of their choosing. The IME concluded that Kathy’s treatment was necessary and that her insurance company was responsible for payment.
Kathy had won the fight with her insurance company thanks to the hard work and determination of Dianne Sawaya and her legal team. If you purchased medical payment coverage through your auto insurance policy and are being denied benefits, call the Law Offices of Dianne Sawaya today for a free case review.
Not only did we successfully get Kathy’s insurance company to pay out the $100,000 for the medical bills, she was also able to settle with the at-fault driver’s insurance company for $100,000 and obtain an additional settlement through Kathy’s underinsured policy for over $570,000.
Settlement: Insurance company to pay out $100,000 for medical bills, settle with at-fault drivers insurance for $100,000 and settlement through Kathy’s underinsured policy for over $570,000.