Plaintiff was undergoing rehabilitation at a nursing facility. While there, she developed stage four bed sores. She sued the facility, claiming they failed to turn her and adequately care for her. Defendant denied liability.
Plaintiff was walking across a busy street to a commercial shopping center when he was struck by two cars. Defendant driver’s both asserted the plaintiff was not in a crosswalk and that he was not visible due to his dark clothing. Plaintiff alleged had the defendants not been speeding or distracted, would have had ample time to see him and avoid striking him.
While plaintiff was walking across the street, she was struck by defendant’s vehicle making a right turn. She suffered orthopedic injuries. Defendant challenged that the plaintiff had darted off the curb into the street, and that he had his turn signal indicating his plan to turn right.
Plaintiffs sustained serious orthopedic injuries when defendant’s vehicle made an unsafe left turn, causing a T-bone collision. The plaintiffs, each elderly, sustained serious injuries including a fractured wrist, multiple rib fractures, and a torn rotator cuff. Defendant claimed plaintiffs sped through a red light; Plaintiffs claimed their light was green.
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