Bicycle v. Bicycle Defense Verdict
Doyle v. LaRowe, Multnomah County Case No. 16CV25772
Plaintiff Doyle was on a bicycle ride with a friend on the Springwater Trail. They were riding side by side. Defendant LaRowe was on a bicycle approaching from behind with the intent to pass. Doyle alleged that LaRowe gave no warning that he was approaching or going to pass. He alleged that LaRowe approached at high speed, did not give himself enough room to pass and thus struck Doyle causing him to crash. Doyle alleged that he broke his clavicle, pelvis, tailbone, and hip socket. He also alleged that he . . .
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