$300,000: Auto v. Motorcycle Leads to Serious Injuries
July 6, 2012
CASE DESCRIPTION: On January 17, 2011 around 7:55 a.m., our client, Alexander M. was riding his green 2003 Kawasaki Ninja X6RR, southbound in the #1 lane of Harvard as he approached the intersection with Alton in the City of Irvine, he proceeded through the green light. Suddenly and without warning, a red 2005 Honda Element driven by Winston Y., traveled through the red traffic signal westbound on Alton causing a traumatic collision. As a result of the impact, Alexander was thrown from his motorcycle and suffered serious injuries.
DATE OF SETTLEMENT: July 6, 2012
INJURIES: Left forearm and hand – displaced fracture distal radius left wrist and left forearm; dorsal dislocation of the ulnar left wrist; 4th and 5th metacarpal base fracture malunion; carpal tunnel syndrome. Contusions/abrasions on hands, left shoulder and groin.
TYPE OF CASE: Auto v. Motorcycle
DATE & LOCATION OF INCIDENT: January 17, 2011 at the intersection of Harvard and Alton in the City of Irvine, County of Orange, State of California
PLAINTIFF’S AGE: 27 at time of incident
OCCUPATION: Vice President of Hardware for Liquor Monitor
Michael A. Penn, Esq.
DEFENDANT INSURANCE CO.:
State Farm Insurance