A woman was traveling down a two-lane road when an SUV coming in the opposite direction at a high rate of speed crested a hill, came into her lane and crashed into her vehicle head on.  She sustained injuries to her shoulder that required surgery.  The police officer who investigated the car accident blamed the accident on her, claiming she had crossed the center line.  The woman came to Sauter Sullivan for help, and after hearing her story, Matthew Sauter took the case.  Sauter hired an accident reconstruction expert and secured the vehicles involved in the accident, both of which had been totaled and were at a tow lot.  Sauter was also able to retrieve the crash data computer information from the vehicles’ computers, which showed that the other vehicle was traveling more than 40 miles over the speed limit at the time of the accident.  The Sauter Sullivan team engaged engineering experts to do a full accident reconstruction, which showed that the other vehicle crossed the center line and was in the opposite lane of travel at the time of the accident.  Matt Sauter secured a settlement of over $300,000 for his client and ensured she was covered for the surgery she needed.