Firm attorneys Brant Stogner and attorney Jennifer Stogner obtained a $2.6 million policy limits total settlement for a husband and daughter that lost their wife and mother, respectively, in this auto-pedestrian fatality accident. The case involved two auto accidents at the exact same intersection, but about 40 minutes apart. In the first accident, the young female client caused a collision by failing to yield the right-of-way at the four-way stop. Nobody was injured in the first collision, and the wrecked vehicles were cleared to the side of the roadway. The young female client called her parents, as this was her first auto collision ever. Her mother arrived at the scene first and was helping her daughter with the exchange of information while waiting for law enforcement to arrive at the scene. Those involved in the first collision were standing on the corner of the intersection in the grass. Unfortunately, a second collision occurred at the same intersection while all the pedestrians were still standing in the grass and prior to law enforcement arriving. The second collision involved an SUV and a commercial truck that was hauling heavy equipment on a trailer for a small equipment rental company. The SUV failed to yield the right-of-way and the commercial truck struck the SUV, causing the vehicles to head into the corner of the intersection where the pedestrians were congregated. The mother who arrived to assist her daughter was struck by the truck, dragged under the trailer, and pinned beneath it. Her husband arrived at the scene to assist his daughter in a fender-bender, but found his wife pinned under the commercial truck’s trailer with catastrophic injuries. She died on her way to the hospital. Her surviving husband and daughter hired Brant Stogner to represent them for their wrongful death claims and survival claims. Brant and Jennifer Stogner were able to take the policy limits of all drivers and vehicles involved in the incident after extensive litigation. Despite the crash report placing no blame on the commercial truck driver, Brant and Jennifer were able to establish that the truck driver was unfit for driving commercial vehicles and ignored the red flags at the intersection prior to entering it. The commercial driver and the small equipment rental company ultimately settled for all their insurance limits in the amount of $2 million. The vehicle that failed to yield the right-of-way in the second collision also settled for its full insurance limits of $300,000, as did the clients’ own auto insurer on the Underinsured Motorist claims. On the eve of trial, the parties settled for all limits of all applicable insurance policies of all vehicles involved.