Keyser v. Coleman, Multnomah County Case No. 16CV12961

Plaintiff Keyser alleged that he was hit by Defendant Coleman when Coleman made a lane change as I-84 merges into I-5 South.  He alleged that Coleman was negligent for driving too fast and changing lanes without yielding.  Keyser claimed crash-related injuries to his back, shoulder, knees and arm.  He sought $10,000 in non-economic damages pursuant to ORS 20.080.

Defendant Coleman denied liability and claimed that the crash was Keyser’s fault for driving too fast and changing lanes without yielding.

Plaintiff’s Counsel – Jeremiah Ross

Defense Counsel – Bryan Kidder

Verdict – $6,800.00 (After 20% reduction for comparative negligence).

Date – August 9, 2017

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