Publications : Motor Vehicle, Passenger - Andre Primus V Marco Sloan; Boston Coach - N.J. Corp; Eloston Coach Connection Corp, and FTM Servi, No. 32107/00 (Publication-123)
Decision: (P) $950,000.00
Case Type: Passenger
Case Name: Andre Primus V Marco Sloan; Boston Coach • N.J. Corp; Eloston Coach Connection Corp, and FTM Servi, No. 32107/00
Venue: Kings Supreme. NV
Judge: David B. Vaughan
James D. Kiley; Kiley, Kiley & KiIey of Great Neck, NY
Dr Robert Donadt, Orthopedics; Jamaica, NY
Dr Richard Schuster; Vocational Rehabilitation; Manhattan, NY
Conrad Berenson; Economic Analysis; Woodburn, NY
Dr. Adrian Neumann; Neurology
Emilio F Grillo; Ahmuty, Demers & McManus; New York, NY
Dr. Milton Smith; Orthopedics, Brooklyn NY
Robert Bower M.D; Vocational Rehabilitation; Medford, NY
Daniel Feuer M D., Neurology
Plaintiff, a 28-year-old UPS revenue auditor and part-time office cleaner, was a front seat passenger in a vehicle driven by Defendant Sloan, and owned by Defendant Boston Coach, which was involved in a one-car accident on 8/11/00. Evidence indicated that the vehicle drove off Jackie Robinson Pkwy. in Queens, striking a utility pole. Police used the Jaws of Life to extract Plaintiff from the Vehicle.
Comminuted fracture of the right mid and proximal femoral shaft with open reduction and internal fixation with the insertion of an 18-inch. intermedullary rod, peroneal and posterior tibial nerve damage in the right knee, resulting in paresthesia of the right lower extremity. A traction pin was inserted through the proximal tibia and Plaintiff was placed in traction fort day, He was hospitalized for 11 days. Plaintiff walks with an antalgic gait, and requires a cane. Plaintiff would have claimed that his injuries have prevented him from returning to work. His orthopedist would have testified that Plaintiff will require a second surgery for removal of the intermedullary rod. Defendant would have argued that Plaintiff is capable of returning to work, but in a limited capacity Plaintiffs economist had projected future lost wages at$1,200,000 to $t,9U0,DDO, given his permanent physical disability. Settlement details: The settlement will result in a guaranteed annuity of $1,038,899 over 20 years, and a lifetime yield of $2,434,553. Carrier AIG.
This action which settled at mediation, resulted in a structured settlement with a present value of $950,000.
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