Jaime Monroy Jr. and Jonathan Campos were traveling in a car through an intersection when the vehicle driven by Stacey Suchio Poon allegedly turned left in front of Monroy and Campos. Monroy, the driver, could not stop in time and the vehicles collided.
Monroy suffered cervical and lumbar sprains and a torn left meniscus. He may require spinal surgery at L4-5. His medical expenses were more than $18,700.
Campos lost consciousness as a result of the crash and was later diagnosed with lumbar radiculopathy and a torn meniscus, which required injection and arthroscopic surgery. Campos’s medical expenses were approximately $152,800.
Monroy and Campos claimed that Poon was liable for choosing not to yield the right-of-way at the intersection.
At a mediation setting, the claim was settled for both Monroy and Campos for $1.8 million.
The attorney handling this matter for Monroy and Campos was Daniel E. Hoffman.
Monroy v. Poon; Settled before filing.
Kreisman Law Offices has been handling intersection crash cases, multiple vehicle and truck crash lawsuits, motorcycle accidents, truck accident lawsuits, and wrongful death cases for individuals, families and loved ones who have been injured, harmed or killed by the carelessness or negligence of another for more than 45 years in and around Chicago, Cook County and its surrounding areas, including Oakbrook Terrace, Berwyn, Carol Stream, Glendale Heights, Naperville, Elk Grove Village, Glenview, Prospect Heights, Lincolnshire, Highwood, Schiller Park, Chicago (Lincoln Square, West Ridge, Uptown, Andersonville, Edgewater, Palmer Square, Roscoe Village, Beverly, Old Irving Park, Wrigleyville, Old Town Triangle, New East Side, Prairie Shores, Oakland, Canaryville), Cicero, LaGrange, Hickory Hills and Oak Lawn, Ill.
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