GEICO Wins Rear-End MVA
Merkl v. Jordan-Downs, Multnomah County Case No. 16CV01583
Plaintiff Merkl was on I-5 when Defendant Jordan-Downs rear-ended her. Merkl alleged crash-related soft-tissue injuries to his head, neck, and back. He sought $12,000 for past medical expenses and $25,000 for non-economic damages.
Defendant Jordan-Downs admitted liability but contested the nature, extent, and relatedness of Merkl’s injuries.
Plaintiff’s Counsel – Scott Staples
Defense Counsel – Lawrence Schuckman
Verdict – Defense Verdict
Date – March 14, 2018
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