Unfortunately, tragic accidents sometimes happen to good people. Even though Frank Neff is a hardworking family man with good values, a terrible accident unexpectedly changed his life. In January of 2013, Frank was driving to work on an icy road when another motorist hit him head-on. Frank’s car skidded into a ditch, and he suffered a severe neck injury. He spent four days in the hospital, but the effects of the injury were more long-term. The neck injury was so severe that Frank wasn’t able to return to work until 6 months later. However, the hospital and insurance companies could’ve cared less. They didn’t care that Frank was too hurt to work, or that he couldn’t earn any income. Frank was issued a $108,000 hospital bill, and the insurance companies were doing nothing to help with the expenses.
Frank was overwhelmed and didn’t know where to turn. He didn’t even have a way of picking his car up from the shop. Based on the strong reputation of Mann, Wyatt & Tanksley, Frank’s son suggested he call Mike Wyatt. “If you don’t have legal representation they can do whatever they want to you,” Frank says. “I started receiving enormous bills the day after I left the hospital. After I signed with Mike the bills stopped.”
Until Mann, Wyatt & Tanksley became involved in Frank’s case, there was “no normalcy or dependability” in the process.
Frank had been denied his disability insurance, but Mike made sure the insurance companies honored their obligations — even when they didn’t want to. After a month, Mike completed the insurance settlement and Frank’s life started returning to normal.
“I would encourage anyone to use Mann, Wyatt & Tanksley,” Frank says. “They’re good, ethical people who are here to help you. I’ve had experiences with other lawyers where I had to push for communication, but Mike is always professional, courteous and promptly answers my questions.”
Please contact the professional attorneys at Mann, Wyatt & Tanksley for the Topeka Kansas area if you’ve been the victim of an accident. It would be an honor to serve your case!