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Woman alleged that auto collision caused disc injuries
Case Type: Passenger
Case Name, Triffina Coley v Rooney Motors, Ltd, Neil Bond, as Executor of the Estate of Anthony Lucatorto; and Beverly Williams, No. 20830/00
Venue: Bronx Supreme. NY
James D. Kiley; Kiley, Kiley & Kiley; Great Neck, NY, for Trittina Coley
John Mulcahy; Wade, Clark & Mulcahy; New York, Nv, for Estate or Anthony Lucatorto
None Reported; Hayes & Mensching, Brooklyn, NV, for Rooney Motors Ltd.
Liberty Mutual Insurance Co for Beverly Williams
Utica Mutual Insurance Co. for Estate ¤1Antnony Lucatono
Empire insurance Co. for Rooney Motors Ltd.
On Sept. 4, 1998, plaintiff Triffina Coley, 43, a nurse's assistant, was involved in a motor-vehicle accident on southbound Route 9A in Ossining. Coley was a front-seat passenger in a vehicle driven by Beverly \/Wlliams. She contended that a vehicle driven by Anthony Lucatorto merged onto Route BA, crossed three lanes of traffic and collided with Williams' vehicle. Coley sued Williams, Lucatorto and the owner of Lucatorto's vehicle, Rooney Motors Ltd. Lucatorto subsequently died of unrelated causes. The matter proceeded against the executor of his estate, Neil Bond. During her deposition, Williams corroborated Coley's account of the accident.
Coley claimed to have sustained herniated discs at C4-5 and C5-6 She underwent an anterior cervical discectomy, and a fusion at (C4-5 and C5-6 with an iliac-crest bone graft. She has not resumed work as a nurse's assistant, and she claimed that she is permanently disabled. The defendants contended that CoIey's MRIs depicted encroaching osteophytes at C4-5 and C5-E, and thus, that her condition is
degenerative. They also contended that Coley had recovered well from surgery and that she was not permanently disabled.
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