MVA With Torn Rotator Cuff – Defense Verdict
Mitchell v. Freiling, Multnomah County Case No. 16CV15270
Plaintiff Mitchell was stopped for traffic when Defendant Freiling rear-ended her. Damage to the vehicles was minimal. Mitchell alleged crash-related injuries to her neck, back, and shoulder including a torn rotator cuff which required surgery. She sought $53,949.72 for past medical expenses and $150,000 for non-economic damages.
Defendant Freiling admitted liability but denied that the crash was the cause of any of Mitchell's injuries.
Plaintiff’s Counsel – Jess Glaeser
Defense Counsel – Mai-Ahn Nako
Verdict – Defense Verdict
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