$2.78 Million
Car Accidents 

Family survives head-on collision, but serious injuries debilitate former police officer. Casper, Meadows, Schwartz & Cook helps family recover $2.78 million damages.

This case involved serious injuries to a family of three when the Defendant, Jeffrey Hovsepian, was driving impatiently, erratically and dangerously. While in the course and scope of his employment with C&S Distributing, Inc., Hovsepian attempted to pass another vehicle on a two-lane road and collided head on with the Plaintiff’s vehicle. The impact killed Hovsepian after his vehicle burst into flames. The Plaintiff’s vehicle crashed into a tree.

The first Plaintiff, who at the time of this accident was a police officer, suffered severe bilateral crush injuries to his feet. He has undergone several surgeries to repair the damage and will require future surgeries that will prolong his disability, physical therapy and rehabilitation.

The officer’s wife suffered facial lacerations, knees and chest pain, and a head injury. Doctors diagnosed her with post-traumatic vascular headaches, neurobehavioral symptoms, post-traumatic stress disorder, status-post major depressive episode, and status-post episodic dizziness. The officer’s child was only one-year-old at the time of the accident. The baby suffered a skull fracture, scalp and facial lacerations, and subarachnoid bleeding.

Casper, Meadows, Schwartz & Cook worked with specialists, including vocational rehabilitation experts, an economist, and a mechanical engineer, to demonstrate the Defendant’s liability. Casper, Meadows, Schwartz & Cook helped the family win a $2.78 Million recovery.

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