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Orange County Woman Files Claim Against Newport Beach Following Traffic Incident

By Renee Nordstrand on February 2, 2010

http://www.ocregister.com/news/says-231956-sutton-street.html

24-year-old Brandi Lynn Sutton has filed a 2 million dollar claim against the city of Newport Beach following injuries she sustained at a poorly lit crosswalk, the Orange County Register reports.  Sutton was crossing West Balboa Boulevard and 26th Street in the crosswalk at approximately 2 a.m. when she was struck by a taxicab in August.  She sustained serious injuries, including a broken leg and a concussion, in her fall. 

In her claim, Sutton alleges that faded crosswalk paint and a malfunctioning streetlight prevented the taxi driver from being able to see her in the crosswalk, and that the city of Newport Beach is therefore liable for its dangerous property conditions.  

An area of the law that lawyers refer to as “premises liability”, governs injuries that are caused by hazardous property conditions or property owner negligence.  This can include anything from swimming pool accidents, to amusement park accidents, to dangerous road design.  If you or a loved one has been injured due to any of these factors, or other dangerous property conditions, you may be entitled to monetary compensation to cover medical bills, lost earnings from work, and future medical treatment.  Please contact aggressive and skilled personal injury attorneys today for a free consultation.

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