Motorcycle v. Truck: $323,000.00
Plaintiff, a 50 year old garage supervisor for a wholesaler, was driving his motorcycle, when defendant truck made a left turn in front of Plaintiff’s motorcycle and the two collided in a broadside collision. Plaintiff contended that the collision and his injuries were the result of the negligent operation of a motor vehicle by Defendant, and that Defendant was just beginning his left turn and was obstructing Plaintiff’s right of way. Defendant contended that he was completing his turn when Plaintiff negligently struck him. Plaintiff suffered a fractured right ankle requiring an open reduction internal fixation.
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