SOUTHFIELD, Mich., Feb. 5, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Jesus Moreno, an accomplished triathlete, duathlete, and marathon runner, was struck, crushed and dragged by a bus resulting in catastrophic, life-altering injuries. He was just 28 years old when he was hit and run over while riding a motorcycle on a beautiful spring day with some friends. He survived, thanks in part to the helmet and protective gear he was wearing, but tragically suffered the loss of his dominant (right) hand and a traumatic brain injury. Jesus was a graphic designer. Losing his hand cost him his career and the ability to do so many things he loves. He also completely lost his senses of taste and smell and has trouble hearing, seeing and speaking. This healthy young athlete’s life changed forever in an instant.
You won’t believe this comeback story.
The police investigation revealed the bus driver ran a red light, causing the collision. Evidence uncovered by the Mike Morse Law Firm team proved the driver had a history of distracted driving. Jesus will live for the rest of his life with the scars and damage caused by a negligent driver’s poor decisions. The settlement, the largest in Michigan in 2017, sends a strong message to others that distracted driving is dangerous and will not be tolerated.
Jesus’ settlement will provide him comfort from the pain and suffering he has experienced and also enable him to have the best quality of life possible. Once again Jesus’ life has changed – but, this time, for the better.
Since 1995, The Mike Morse Law Firm has been protecting the rights of Michigan injury victims. Providing innovative and aggressive legal representation for the victims of Michigan auto, truck and motorcycle accidents, insurance disputes and wrongful death, as well as social security disability cases, the Mike Morse Law Firm has generated three-quarters of a billion dollars in settlements and trial verdicts and is Michigan’s biggest law firm with over 120 employees and 45 lawyers. The firm handles cases statewide, with the main office in Southfield, Michigan. To learn more, call 248-281-9113 or visit 855mikewins.com.
If you would like more information or for an interview with Mike Morse, call Debbie Bletl at 248-281-9113, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contact: Debbie Bletl, Mike Morse Law Firm
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