Bastian v. Ruiz Staten Island Bus Accident Verdict

Staten Island Bus Accident Verdict:

Bastian v. Ruiz:

Bastian was riding the bus in Staten Island when the New York City Transit Authority Bus hit another car. Bastian was thrown forwarded and injured.

Bastian sued the NYCTA for damages, claiming they were negligent in driving too fast, not stopping fast enough, and not looking both ways.

The jury found for Bastian in a Staten Island bus accident verdict.

Date of Verdict: April 2013

Staten Island bus accident verdict: $77,000.00, consisting of $15,000 for pain an suffering, $40,000.00 for medical expenses and $22,000 for lost wages.

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This is a Staten Island bus accident verdict. These have been recorded with the courts. They are examples, not to be construed as previous results from our firm. They are meant to provide you with guidance to understand the potential value of your injuries.

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