Our Client suffered a broken neck after being rear-ended by a drug user in a stolen car. The owner of the car’s insurance company denied they were responsible for our Client’s permanent and life changing injuries. We believed differently. The owner had let that person use the car with full knowledge that they were a user of crack cocaine. Our attorneys argued at trial that a reasonable person could foresee that a drug user would steal the car and injure someone else. The jury agreed with us and apportioned fault to the car’s owner. The jury included over $500,000 in damages for our Client. Now our Client’s medical expenses are paid and they’ve obtained justice.