Driver negligently merges into plaintiff when both are in left turn lanes. Infinity Insurance denies claim, says minor impact.
The Law Offices of Mark C. Blane, A.P.C. by Mark C. Blane, San Diego.
Charles Oh, Ontario.
Mark Mossuto, D.C., chiropractic, San Diego.
Brian Pires, D.C., chiropractic, Pasadena.
Plaintiff was driving eastbound on West 9th Avenue in Escondido in a double-lane left turn onto southbound Interstate 15, in San Diego County. Defendant negligently merged into the driver side of plaintiff’s vehicle. Medical care was all chiropractic care, and massage with a two-week gap after the accident.
Infinity Insurance denied the Minor Impact Soft Tissue (MIST) case, with no visible property damage.
That there was sufficient bio-mechanical force to cause plaintiff's soft-tissue injuries.
Defendant contended the force of impact could not cause injury as there was minimal property damage to both vehicles.
All soft tissue injuries in neck and back.
Pre-litigation offer was $0.00.
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