Postal Worker With Brain and Spine Injuries Secures $3 Million Presuit Settlement Over Crash

A U.S. Postal Service letter carrier recovered $3 million for injuries she suffered when her postal truck was struck and toppled in Lake City.

On June 28, 2019, plaintiff Sharon Frost, 56, a U.S. Postal Service letter carrier, was driving on State Road 47, near its intersection at Southwest Crystal Glen, in Lake City.

Frost was operating a mail truck. While she was seated in her truck, loading roadside mailboxes, the truck’s rear end was struck by a trailing pickup truck that was being driven by Don Townsend.

Frost’s truck was toppled, and Frost suffered injuries of her back, her head, her neck and her rib cage.

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I’d loved her lawyer’s phone number. I got struck by a vehicle while walking my mail route in 2018 and I’m still fighting and struggling with the USPS as well as the office of workman’s comp I finally just actually had my c56 and c67 fused on March 10th of this year and they’re still refusing to pay me from January of this year until after the surgery of this year very similar injuries besides no brain injury. I’ve had my credit destroyed due to not having any compensation I’ve had my power turned off I’ve had my car nearly… Read more »

Last edited 5 months ago by Roderick Marble