Pedestrian v. Auto: $250,000.00
Plaintiff, a 44 year old sushi maker, was a pedestrian at an intersection, when the defendant driver made a right turn and hit the plaintiff. The plaintiff contended that she had a walk signal, and the defendant made an unsafe right turn on a red light. The defendant contended that the plaintiff was not in the crosswalk , and that the defendant had no opportunity to avoid hitting her. The plaintiff suffered a brain injury, requiring bilateral craniotomies and a partial lobectomy.
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