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Pedestrian Accidents, Motor Vehicles

  • Bus/Pedestrian Accident -

    24-year-old woman suffered severe road burns after being hit and dragged by a city bus.  Case settled after formal mediation.  Terms of the settlement confidential.

  • School Bus -

    13-year-old girl was struck and severely injured while attempting to cross a street to board a school bus.  Case settled after formal mediation.  Terms of the settlement confidential.

  • Wrongfully Killed -

    16-year-old girl was struck and wrongfully killed while crossing the street in a designated crosswalk.  Case settled after formal mediation.  Terms of the settlement confidential.

  • Vehicle Crossed the Center Line -

    58-year-old husband and 54-year-old wife stopped their vehicle to obtain an item from the trunk when a vehicle crossed the center line and collided with their vehicle.  Husband was wrongfully killed and wife suffered personal injuries.  Case settled for the policy limits of $700,000.00.

  • Negligence of School District -

    Negligence of School District regarding placement of a school bus stop.  Personal injuries to a minor who was struck by a motor vehicle.  After trial jury verdict awarded $600,000 to minor and $300,000 to parents for loss of consortium.

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The personal injury lawyers at Cunningham Law are experienced burn injury and gas explosion attorneys and have represented burn injury and gas explosion survivors across the United States. We can represent burn injury and gas explosion survivors in all cities across the country, including but not limited to burn injuries in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Houston, Phoenix, Philadelphia, San Antonio, San Diego, San Francisco, Dallas, Detroit, San Francisco, Jacksonville, Indianapolis, Austin, Columbus, Charlotte, Memphis, Boston, Baltimore, Seattle, Denver, Nashville, Milwaukee, Washington DC, Las Vegas, Louisville, and Portland.