Jury awards $175,000 to client who was injured in a motor vehicle accident*

Jury awards $175,000 to client who was injured in a motor vehicle accident*

On Friday March 27, 2015 after a week-long trial in Union County, North Carolina a jury returned a unanimous verdict for $175,000 dollars in favor of Mark Jetton’s client, a 19 year old teenager, represented by Mr. Jetton who was severely injured in a car accident which occurred on January 6, 2013. The Defendant’s insurance company’s top offer to settle the case was $10,000.00 dollars.

Mr. Jetton quoted “this is an example of justice at its finest, an insurance company just trying to save a buck and not caring one bit about someone who was severely hurt and has great amounts of medical bills. The longer I do this work the more and more it becomes evident how insurance companies continue to only be concerned with the bottom dollar and expect everyone to pay their premiums each month but when it comes time for them to pay, they do everything possible to get out of it.”

Please click here to read the full article about the case (paywall) published in Lawyer’s Weekly newspaper. This paper often publishes the top jury verdicts in North Carolina.

DISCLAIMER : The results cited are illustrative of the matter handled by Mr. Jetton and the firm but do not include all cases the firm handles. Each case is unique and must be evaluated on its individual merits. Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome.

*Each case is different and must be evaluated on its individual facts. Prior results do not guarantee any future outcomes.</h5>
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