$10,000,000 Dangerous Condition Of Public Property Settlement

September 6, 2022

$10,000,000 Dangerous Condition Of Public Property Settlement

Homampour Law Firm Attorneys Arash Homampour and Scott E. Boyer secured a $10,000,000. dangerous condition of public property settlement involving a motorcyclist who was hit by a motor vehicle. The Plaintiff motorcyclist was traveling westbound through an intersection in the City of West Hollywood when he was struck by a northbound vehicle. The driver fled the scene in his vehicle and was later arrested and convicted of felony hit and run. Law enforcement determined the driver was the sole cause of the accident for entering traffic onto a street from a stop sign in violation of Vehicle Code 21802(a). Plaintiff sued the City of West Hollywood for dangerous condition of public property and Defendant for negligence. Plaintiff suffered an amputation below the left knee and sued for past and future medical bills as well as emotional distress. Defendant City of West Hollywood agreed to pay $10,000,000. The parties participated in mediation with Robert Kaplan, Esq.

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