Plaintiff was struck by a taxicab while crossing a street on a rainy evening. Plaintiff alleged defendant taxicab driver failed to slow before turning right, striking her and fracturing her leg and seriously injury her wrist. Plaintiff claimed due to the complications arising from her injuries she was unable to perform her job as a flight attendant for multiple years. Defendant’s, taxi company and driver, claimed the plaintiff crossed the street on a red light and was distracted on her cell phone.
Plaintiff, who drove a special adapted van due to his spinal cord injury, was severely rear-ended by defendant. Plaintiff alleges that he sustained another spinal cord injury reducing his ability to function. Defendant disputed the nature and extent of his injuries, claiming the plaintiff did not sustain a new injury nor was his ability to function further compromised.
Plaintiff was riding his bike when a car entered the bike lane and struck him. Plaintiff suffered a broken ankle and a torn meniscus in his knee. Defendant claimed plaintiff had swerved into his lane, and disputed liability.
Plaintiff sustained a fractured wrist and soft tissue injuries when he tripped and fell on a sidewalk that was not flush. Defendant argued the condition was open and obvious, occurred in daylight with good visibility, and that plaintiff, who had walked on the sidewalk many times throughout the years, was familiar with its condition. The case favorably settled.
Plaintiff, a hand model, suffered a finger amputation as a result of a vehicle collision with defendant’s car. Defendant challenged the extent and amount of plaintiff’s emotional distress damages.
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