Chavez v. Swift Trucking
Woman Settles with Trucking Company for $850,000
Maria Chavez, a 31-year-old lace cutter, was on the San Bernardino Freeway
when her car was struck on the left side by the defendant's tractor-trailer.
The force of the collision forced her vehicle down an embankment, where
it split in half upon contact with a Eucalyptus tree. Ms. Chavez sustained
a degloving injury of her calf and fractures of her right ankle and left foot.
Biren Law Group established that defendant's driver was speeding during
the rainstorm and caused the accident by making an illegal and unsafe
lane change. Extensive discovery further established that the trucking
company had violated numerous trucking industry regulations by allowing
its untrained driver to be driving during the extraordinarily heavy rainstorm.
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