Trying to overcome one catastrophic event is difficult enough but our guest today has overcome adversity several times in their life. We first met Linda a few years ago after she was in a terrible car accident that rolled her vehicle over several times. That life-changing event came about 20 years after she was on-site at Ground Zero when planes struck the World Trade Center in New York City.
She’s an incredibly tough and resilient woman and someone we think can help you out if you’re facing a catastrophic event. In part two of our discussion, we focus on the legal process following her car accident and why we didn’t go to trial with Linda. It’s helpful to hear her perspective on the full process, the recovery, and whether she would do anything differently.
Here’s some of what we discuss in this episode:
0:00 – How she’s feeling
0:40 – The legal process
5:25 – The length of time
7:10 – Why fight for compensation
11:14 – Resolving case without trial
16:21 – Going to court
Resources For This Episode:
Car accident, trauma, mental health, physical injuries, 9/11, legal process, trial, court, recovery
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