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Ken’s Story

A Wonderful Experience with a Successful Settlement
“All of the Christensen & Hymas staff were very helpful in my case and seemed very interested in helping me with my problem. Everyone seemed very well informed and could answer all the questions I had throughout the entire case. At the end of this ordeal, the bills were paid and I had a little extra. My experience with them was wonderful!

Ken’s Story

A Midvale rear-end accident is a common situation because of the high traffic of daily commute. In addition, the winter months can make the road more dangerous due to weather conditions and the holiday season. Many of us are in a hurry once we get off of work to check the items off on our to do list. This includes a trip to the grocery store. The last thing on your mind is what you would do if you were to get injured in a car accident that was not your fault because you just want to get dinner on the table. Ken was a client of ours whose life changed because he needed to go to the grocery store.

Ken’s Accident

While driving with his family on a snowy day in Midvale, Ken’s car was rear-ended while he was turning into a grocery store parking lot. The collision left Ken with a serious injury to his lower back and pain throughout his back and legs.

Before the accident, Ken enjoyed an active lifestyle packed with physical activity and time spent playing with his kids. But after the accident–and an MRI and visits with his doctors–Ken learned he would need to undergo an expensive lumbar surgery, leaving him with medical bills and a lifestyle change. He was no longer able to enjoy the simple pleasures or activities he loved before. In order to regain control over his life and medical expenses, Ken sought our services. We were happy to help him navigate through the painful process of financial and physical recovery. In the end, we were able to help Ken receive compensation for his medical bills and loss of enjoyment with a settlement of $25,000.

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