Defendant denies extent of injuries and necessity of medical services. Plaintiff beats CCP 998; defendant also refused policy limits offer.
Two defendant drivers dispute which one caused the crash, and both dispute the extent of plaintiff's injuries.
Defendant offers policy limits but plaintiff does not accept, contending the policy lid was off.
Despite extensive, life-long injuries suffered by plaintiff, defendant fails to make reasonable offers until trial, when it finally admits liability.
Drunk driver rear-ends another car on freeway at 2 a.m. Moderate injuries. Plaintiffs beat their 998 offer.
Woman walks away from roll-over saying she is uninjured; severe and ongoing pain begin the next day.
An unkown driver cuts across two lanes of traffic, cutting off defendant driver who swerves and strikes plaintiff driver. Defendant found 50% negligent. $76,984 net after 50% comparative negligence by unknown driver.
Driver changes lanes to turn right, cutting off motorcycle that then collides with car. Plaintiff, age 25, paraplegia.