Hebb v. Temecula Valley Unified School District

Biren Law Group has represented hundreds of injury victims in our 40+ years of experience. In that time, we have recovered more than half a billion dollars on behalf of plaintiffs who suffered serious and life-altering injuries or financial losses. Our Los Angeles injury attorneys are well-versed in handling challenging cases, including those involving school districts and complex injuries. Review the case below to find out more about our past experience and ability to craft compelling claims.

Student Who Sustained Closed Head Injury Awarded $1.44 Million

While running a prescribed course during gym class, Matthew Hebb rounded the blind corner of a building and collided with a golf cart driven by a campus security guard, that was either stopped or moving very slow. The School District claimed that all Matthew received was a bump on his arm; no head injury.

After the accident, Matthew and his family noticed that he was functioning much differently. He was still a straight A student, but now was working extremely hard to obtain grades, whereas before the accident everything was a snap. Then, he experienced several grand mal seizures, causing concern.

Biren Law Group put together a team of liability and damage experts that proved the case. The Riverside jury not only believed that both the security officer and the teacher that assigned the route around the blind corner were negligent, but also that Matthew had sustained brain damage despite the absence of any physical evidence of head trauma or any medical treatment during the first few months after.

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