In the eyes of the truck driver's insurance company, the facts were clear: They weren't going to pay a dime for the injuries caused by their client during a wreck on I-270 near Columbus, OH.
The insurance company claimed that because the truck driver had suffered a heart attack, it was considered an "Act of God" which was a complete bar or defense against any case to collect damages. Two other Ohio personal injury law firms agreed with the insurance company and declined to take the case. However, Central Ohio truck and car accident attorney Jack Carney-Debord wasn't so sure the case was as open and shut as the insurance company made it out to be. Continue reading