Kenyatta A. McFadden v. Greyhound Lines, Inc
Catastrophic Accident Litigation; Div., C. A. File No. 01-CV-00163-JOF
Plaintiff, a Private in the U.S. Army, was injured when the Greyhound bus on which she was traveling left of the roadway during inclement weather and went down an embankment. Greyhound acknowledged that its driver was responsible for the accident. Plaintiff claimed neck and back injuries that ultimately resulted in her being medically discharged from the Army. She asserted her medical specials were in excess of $20,000 and hat she sustained a permanent loss of earning capacity. Demand at start of trial was $215,000 and last offer was $60,000.
Jury Verdict: $35,794.60..