$200k Negotiated Settlement for Motorcycle Accident - Adamson Ahdoot LLP

$200k Negotiated Settlement for Motorcycle Accident

Our client was a helmeted rider of a vehicle traveling east in lane #1 of SR-92 at the intersection of SR-82 (El Camino Real) in San Mateo, California. At that time and place, the defendant was operating a vehicle in lane #2 of SR-92 at the intersection. A third vehicle traveling in the same direction on lane #3 made an unsafe turning movement into lane #2 when the defendant insured, in an attempt to avoid collision with that vehicle, turned left into our client’s lane and ended up colliding into our client’s motorcycle.

Upon collision, our client was ejected from their motorcycle and ended up landing on their left side and rolled over multiple times. The police officer at the scene of the collision found the driver of the third vehicle at fault for the collision in violation of California Vehicle Code 22107 CVC for making an illegal turn.

The paramedics of American Medical Response evaluated our client at the site of the collision. They complained of constant, stinging pain in their back and right foot/ankle. Our client rated the severity of their pain as 4-8/10. They were noted to have abrasions to their back and right foot/ankle. Our client’s pain aggravated with movements. They were moved to a gurney with spinal precautions and transported via road transport without incident to the emergency department at Stanford Hospital, and their care was transferred to the waiting emergency department staff.


August 2021




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