By Car and Driver Reporter Staff Reporter Car and the Driver’s car accident attorney, Robert C. Dees, will talk about his practice and what it’s like to be an accident lawyer in the new issue of Car and Drive.
Car and Driver has a lot of good stories about car accident attorneys, and I want to share one of them.
The article talks about a car accident in San Diego, California, in which a man, identified as Robert A., lost his life, along with his wife, a woman named Nancy.
In January of 2010, Nancy and Robert A. had just bought a new car in San Francisco, which was about 30 miles from their home.
Nancy had been married for two years to Robert, and they had two children.
At about 11:15 p.m. on February 8, 2010, while driving Nancy’s car in the Santa Monica Bay area, the two of them were hit by a van driven by Robert A.’s girlfriend, Susan A. At the time, Nancy had just turned 21, and she was in her second year of college.
Susan A., a senior at San Diego State University, had graduated from college in August.
The two had been friends for a few years, and were enjoying a vacation together in Los Angeles.
As they were driving along Interstate 5 in the San Fernando Valley, Robert A.-Susan A. was driving a black BMW SUV.
Susan had just been hired as a part-time secretary to work at a local restaurant. Robert A.–Susan A., who was in the passenger seat, was killed.
Robert was a small, skinny, middle-aged man, with a mustache and a big smile.
He was the kind of guy who was very outgoing and friendly.
Susan was also in the backseat of the car, but it is not clear how long she was with Robert.
Susan and Robert had been dating for about six months.
Robert had recently lost his job as a software engineer, and Susan had been looking for a new job.
She and Robert were both college-educated, and Robert was an accomplished car mechanic.
Susan’s boyfriend, Scott, was in charge of the restaurant.
They were spending the evening in San Marcos, California.
Susan, who had her own private jet, had a car rental company that she used to drive around town, and the two were driving around the bay area.
Robert, a regular at the restaurant, was waiting for them.
He seemed happy and relaxed, and was enjoying the sunset with his friends.
As Robert drove, he glanced over at Nancy.
Susan said something to Robert that sounded like, “I hope you’re okay, darling.”
Robert replied, “Yeah, I’m fine, Nancy.”
Robert pulled up in front of the BMW, and Nancy said something about her brother, who she said was very upset.
Robert then got out of the SUV, but Susan got out first.
She said, “Robert, you know, I think he’s going to hit you.”
Robert said, in a calm voice, “Nancy, I am not going to hurt you.
I’m just going to help you get home.”
He said he had been drinking, and that he was having trouble breathing.
Robert said he went to the front door, opened it, and found Nancy lying in a pool of blood.
Robert tried to revive her, but she was still alive.
Robert got into the back seat of the truck and tried to help Nancy, but the back of the vehicle wouldn’t start.
Robert and Nancy got out, and then Robert started driving again, heading towards the restaurant with his truck.
He got a hold of the steering wheel and started to pull out of a parking lot.
Nancy said, Robert started to slow down, and he just started to hit me and drive straight ahead, Nancy said.
Robert started speeding down the street, Nancy continued, and said, I just want to get home.
Robert kept going at her, and suddenly, he slammed on the brakes, Nancy yelled.
He then hit her in the head.
He drove down the road, Nancy tried to get away from him, but Robert kept on going.
Robert continued to drive straight into the side of a building, Nancy, who was lying in the street next to the building, said.
Then Robert hit the building with a car, and it just started shaking.
Nancy screamed, Robert was slamming on the gas and he hit her again, Nancy told him.
Robert crashed into a tree, and drove back into the parking lot, Nancy was screaming, and Bob was still driving.
Nancy was now paralyzed from the neck down.
Robert pulled away from Nancy, and just as he was about to drive off, Robert hit Nancy in the face.
Robert told her, “You’re dead,” and then he got out the truck.
Robert drove Nancy home.
The couple was in shock.
Nancy’s husband was in disbelief, and his son was crying.
Robert’s brother, Steve, said, Nancy wasn’t a nice person, and there