Dallas truck wreck lawyer, Shelly Greco, wins jury verdict. United Auto insurance company refuses to pay the victims jury verdict.
Dallas, TX (AmericanInjuryNews.com)–Eberstein & Witherite, a Dallas personal injury law firm wins a $43,000 jury verdict. Unfortunately the win seems like a loss to the injured parties. Our client, Rowena Blystone, was a passenger, in her pickup truck, along with her two children and her spouse. The Blystone family was struck by a car driven by Yanina Espinosa. The insured driver, Espinosa, ran a stop sign and hit the Blytone family pickup truck.
There was a clear case of liability by Espinosa. Unfortunately, her insurance company did not want to pay the policy Espinosa had purchased. Honest, hardworking Texans like Espinosa and Blystone are buying legitimate truck accident insurance policies and paying their premiums on time. One of the most common unknown facts in this country is insurance companies, like United Auto, are not honoring their own insurance policy contracts. The following key facts regarding Rowena Blystone’s case against Untied Auto insurance company are listed below. These are typical issues plaguing Texas drivers when they are involved in an auto accident:
-Espinosa, the driver at fault, carries car insurance from United Auto.
-Espinosa bought a policy limit of $20,000 from United Auto
-Blystone suffered neck & back injuries with medical bills totaling $14,798.50
-Blystone’s property damage totals $3,319.62
-Our law firm offered to accept less than the policy limits and United Auto Insurance Company refused to settle.
-We were forced to bring a lawsuit against Espinosa to recover the damages and losses suffered by our client simply because her
insurance company, United Auto, refused to pay.
-The lawsuit filed in court received a jury verdict of $43,000 to Blystone for her medical bills, property damages, court costs and
-United Auto has refused to pay the jury verdict awarded to our client, Rowena Blystone.
-Texas automobile insurance companies regularly refuse to settle legitimate claims, filed by their insured drivers close, to the policy
limits in the presence of clear cases of liability.
-Texas insurance companies continue to place their own insured drivers at financial risk because they are unwilling to tender policy
-These unethical practices by insurance companies can/may leave insured drivers responsible for the difference between the policy
limits and the jury award.
We strongly urge all Texans to educate themselves about the usual practices, used by insurance companies, to continue to avoid paying. Insured drivers with legitimate claims are essentially falling victim to their own insurance companies. If you or a loved one has been injured in a motor vehicle collision (MVC) you may be entitled to compensation for your damages and losses.
AmericanInjuryNews.com by Dallas Personal Injury Lawyer Shelly T. Greco
Practice areas: Auto Accident Claims
Amy Witherite. Eberstein & Witherite, LLP. 3100 Monticello Avenue, Suite 500. Dallas, TX 75205 – Toll Free: (888) 407-6669