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$766,000 Verdict for a Torn Rotator Cuff

Steve Caya Stands Up Against Insurance Company for Car Accident Victim

Steve Caya obtained a jury verdict of $766,000 for a client who suffered a torn rotator cuff after his vehicle was struck from behind at a high rate of speed.

The at fault driver was uninsured and the client’s own uninsured motorist carrier vigorously defended the claim. The client’s insurer made a top dollar offer of $175,000. Steve Caya refused to settle for that sum and took the case to trial. The jury returned a verdict even higher than what Steve Caya requested in his closing argument.

Car accident injuries should be compensated

If you've been injured in a car accident by a negligent driver, then you deserve compensation for your pain and suffering.

File a claim and get the settlement you need to fully recover from someone else's mistake. 

Before filing a lawsuit there's a few things you should know. 

Wisconsin operates under a shared fault law, meaning each person is held responsible for a portion of the liability in a car accident. If you weren't fully at fault for the crash, you are eligible to win compensation for your injuries in a settlement or lawsuit should it come to it. Here's a few more things you need to know about making a claim after an accident:

  1. Can you sue for car accident compensation
  2. How to file a claim after a car accident
  3. How long you have after the accident to file
  4. How long a car accident suit takes in and out of court
  5. You can file yourself, but we don't recommend it - lawyer up!
  6. Average car accident settlements in Wisconsin

View all personal injury case examples and see how Steve Caya has earned clients six and seven figure settlements.

Contact Steve Caya for a car accident injury lawyer who will fight tooth and nail for YOUR compensation.
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