$33,137 MVA Verdict
Anderson v. Brandes, Multnomah County Case No. 15CV29831
Defendant Brandes rear-ended plaintiff Anderson on SW Capitol Highway. Anderson claimed that the crash caused her injuries including a right sternoclavicular dislocation, torn shoulder labrum, rotator cuff dysfunction, and soft-tissue sprains and strains. She claimed that her injuries required multiple surgical repairs. She sought $101,193.33 for past medical expenses, $20,841.20 for lost wages and $377,965.47 for non-economic damages.
Defendant Brandes admitted liability for the crash (which she referred to as a “bump”) but denied that the crash caused any injury to . . .
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