Averack v. NYCTA Staten Island Bus Accident Verdict

Staten Island Bus Accident Verdict:

Averack v. NYCTA:

A New York City bus went through a red light and hit the car Averack was driving.
Averack sued New York City Transit Authority and the bus driver. In his lawsuit, Averack alleged that the NYCTA was liable because they employed the driver.
A trial was held on both liability and damages. The Staten Island jury found that Averack was 40% liable for the accident and the bus was 60% liable.
A jury awarded Ibrahim at trial a Staten Island bus accident verdict on damages.

Date of Verdict: February 2012

Staten Island bus accident verdict: $520,000.00.

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