$141,205.20 Car v. Bedroom Verdict
Wiley v. Jimale, Multnomah County Case No. 14CV16137
Plaintiff Wiley was in her bed sleeping when Defendant Jimale crashed her vehicle through the apartment wall. Wiley claimed crash-related injuries to her head, neck, back, knee and shoulder including a rotator cuff tear requiring surgery. She sought past medical expenses totaling $105,472.53 and $400,000.00 in non-economic damages.
Defendant Jimale admitted liability for inadvertently stepping on the gas and not the brake, thus causing the crash. She disputed the cause of the rotator cuff injury and the amounts of Wiley’s damages.
Plaintiff . . .
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