Newnan Personal Injury Lawyer - Lawsuit Settles for $7 Million
Posted on Mar 09, 2010
The city of Los Angeles paid $7 million to settle the case of a volunteer for the Los Angeles Triathlon, who suffered verebral fractures and was left a paraplegic from the crash. The volunteeer was on his motorcycle helping to officiate the bicycle portion of the triathlon. Unfortunately, a city police officer motioned for a vehicle to enter an intersection into his path, which caused the tragic and life altering collision. The intial police report blamed the volunteer for speeding and causing the wreck.