Family Settles Suit for $250,000 in Head-On Collision

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A settlement was reached over a February auto accident in Whiteford Township, Michigan where three people were killed in a head-on crash. The family of one of the deceased, the driver of a Jeep, will be paid $250,000 by the husband of the driver of a Ford F-250 pickup that lost control on an icy road and crashed into the Jeep.
Both drivers were pronounced dead at the scene. A passenger in the Jeep was pronounced dead at the hospital.
The family that filed the lawsuit agreed to settle the suit for the $250,000 limit on the insurance policy. Their attorney subsequently agreed to limit his attorney fees to $20,000, as opposed to a third of the settlement that is standard practice.
The award will be divided among the wife and four children.

Car Accident Settlement

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