Posted on March 25th, 2009 by Zane Cagle
Michael J. Marler filed suit last week in St. Clair County against Brian Kessler over a car accident that Marler claims left permanent scars on his face as well as loss of income.
The accident occurred in April 2007 when Kessler sideswiped Marler’s vehicle as he was trying to turn left out of his driveway onto Old Freeburg Road. As a result, Marler struck a tree, sustaining property damage, bruising and injuries to his orthopedic, neurologic, and muscular systems.
Marler alleges that Kessler was negligent for failing to keep his car under control and to avoid a collision, and by failing to yield right of way. He seeks compensation for lost income, medical expenses, and punitive damages.
If you or a loved one has been injured in a car accident, the attorneys at the premier personal injury law firm Page Cagle are available 24/7 to answer any of your questions. If the driver of the other vehicle was negligent or reckless, you may be entitled to compensation, but it is important to speak with one of our skilled Car Accident Attorneys immediately to begin building your case.