One of my clients was injured when a driver who was texting at the time t-boned her at a speed of 45-miles-per-hour. The at-fault driver promised to repair my client's vehicle and convinced her not to call the police. Several days after the accident, she started feeling intense pain in her shoulder, neck, and back. After going to the emergency room, she learned she had a torn rotator cuff along with neck and back injuries. When my client reached out to the driver about her car repairs and injuries, her calls went completely ignored. My client came to me in a state of panic. She didn't have a car, was still in a lot of pain and could not afford additional treatment. I was able to locate the other driver who denied any wrongdoing and even blamed my client for the accident. The driver's insurance company also denied our claim because there was not a police report or witnesses to the accident.