Arroyo v City of New York car accident verdict

New York car accident verdict:

Arroyo v City of New York:

Arroyo was crossing he street when he was hit by a police car.
Arroyo sued the City of New York, claiming the police offer was speeding and carelessly operated his vehicle.
At the trial on Arroyo v City of New York, a jury awarded damages for Arroyo.
Arroyo v City of New York

Arroyo v City of New York Date of Verdict: May 2013

Arroyo v City of New York New York car accident verdict: $80,000.00.

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