Case: Estate of John Doe v. Trucking Company
Result: $3.7 million dollars for the plaintiff
It was a clear, dry afternoon in Washington State. “John Doe” was on-call at his job. He had used his free time to get in a workout at his gym.
As he was riding his motorcycle home, a big truck suddenly turned left in front of him.
John couldn’t avoid the truck’s trailer. His bike crashed into it.
The truck driver hadn’t seen John, or the motorcycle. The trucker only stopped when he saw flames coming from his trailer.
The truck crash caused fatal injuries to John Doe.
The trucker attempted to blame the biker. He claimed John—whom he had not seen—was going too fast, and should have somehow avoided the truck’s trailer.
The surviving family contacted lawyer Kevin Coluccio. He conducted a detailed investigation. Working with experts, the legal team found facts and evidence disputing the truck driver’s claim.
John Doe left behind a loving wife and two teenage children. Ultimately, Coluccio resolved the motorcycle crash wrongful death claim for John’s family, the plaintiffs in this case.