Hammerco Lawyers Krista Simon and Kaitlin Pierce have successfully secured over $500,00 for our client.
Our client was a hard-working nurse, wife and mother who was injured in a rear-end collision. As result of her injuries she was unable to return to work as a medical nurse, and instead was working in an administrative role when she was able to return to work. This was a devastating blow to her emotionally, and impacted her financially as well.
Ms. Gurung’s judgement totalled $514,000 comprised of:
Read the full judgement here.
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