Bicyclist Wins Record $110M Verdict Against NYC Transit Authority
April 11, 2019
A Brooklyn Jury’s award of $110 million to a bicyclist injured from the negligence of the New York City Transit Authority is the largest single-plaintiff, non-medical malpractice verdict in New York State. The plaintiff, 23 years old at the time of the accident, suffered severe injuries to his spinal cord resulting in paralysis when a 10 foot rail tie dislodged during a NYCTA track replacement project in Brooklyn and fell on him while he was riding his bicycle. The jury found the NYCTA 100 percent liable for the plaintiff’s injuries.
You can read the Law360 article here.
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