Manchester NH Motor Vehicle Accident
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MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT, MANCHESTER NH
This accident occurred on August 10, 2008, a Sunday, at approximately 9:43 p.m. in Manchester, New Hampshire. The Plaintiff was traveling to the area of the accident to pick up her husband from the home of a family member. As she attempted to execute a left turn from Spruce to Massabesic Street (see police diagram) a tow truck operated by the Defendant attempted to pass on the left resulting in a collision between the vehicles. The accident was observed by the husband of the Plaintiff who was waiting outside for his wife and at least one other witness. After an examination of the physical evidence and communication with the operators and witnesses the police officer determined that the tow truck operator to be at fault.
As a direct result of the negligence of the Defendant in the operation of the tow truck the Plaintiff has sustained an acute and severe cervical and trapezius strain,, required medical treatment and incurred medical bills.
At the time of this accident the Plaintiff was employed as a second grade teacher for the Manchester, NH School District and Child & Family Services during the summer months. In addition she was attending graduate school. Despite significant pain she continued to work and participate in her studies and claims no lost wages.
As a result of the accident the Plaintiff was partially disabled for 30 weeks and continues to suffer flare up of pain with the normal activities associated with her employment as a second grade teacher. She has participated in physical therapy and used anti-inflammatory medication as prescribed.
This accident and the resulting injuries have greatly altered the normal lifestyle of the Plaintiff. Physically she has had a difficult time interacting with the young children that she teaches and feels as though the constant pain has reduced her energy level to the point where she cannot act as the motivator she was before the accident. This causes her tremendous emotional stress as well given her passion for teaching. The constant pain has also affected her daily activities and obligations of home life and the relationship with her husband.