On November 15, 2009, our client, Caitlin Skeen, was a passenger in a vehicle driven by William Owen on a Georgia highway in Gwinnett County. Owen, who was 19 years old, was under the influence of alcohol, fell asleep and lost control of the vehicle, causing it to leave the roadway. The vehicle went airborne and flipped, ejecting our client. She lost consciousness and suffered severe injuries, including a skull fracture, a concussion, multiple fractures in her thoracic spine, fractured left shoulder blade and left arm. She also suffered hearing loss in one ear. Our client was required to undergo a multi-level thoracic spinal fusion and was hospitalized for several days. This case was settled for a confidential amount, but all available liability insurance coverage and underinsured motorist coverage available were paid as part of the settlement. Julia Beasley from our firm represented the Plaintiff and did a very good job.
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