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Dana Loubriel was injured when a motorist rear-ended her Kia Sorento in August 2015. She was also rear-ended 20 months later. She recently received a $113,500 settlement from both accidents, the cases of which were consolidated. Dana Loubriel was injured when a motorist rear-ended her Kia Sorento in August 2015. She was also rear-ended 20 months later. She recently received a $113,500 settlement from both accidents, the cases of which were consolidated. Courtesy photo

Plaintiffs attorney Frank Bartlett’s client Dana Loubriel was rear-ended in two separate car accidents 20 months apart and he had to face the dilemma of going to battle against two attorneys who were pointing the fingers at each other for the plaintiff’s injuries.

Bartlett, of Bartlett Legal Group LLC in Cheshire, said the attorney representing the insurance carrier in the August 2015 accident was blaming Loubriel’s head, neck and back injuries on the driver who rear-ended her in the second accident, which occurred in April 2017. And to complicate matters even further, Bartlett said, the attorneys representing the insurance carrier in the April 2017 accident were saying the main injuries Loubriel faced were tied to the first accident.

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