In early November 2013, a 43-year-old man attempted to exit the 60 Freeway. He was the last and fourth vehicle to stop on the off-ramp and was the second vehicle from the front. He claimed that another driver, driving a company car, slammed into the rear of his 1991 Volvo, causing a chain reaction crash.
The man claimed that both Power Pro, the company whose employee caused the crash, and the employee were responsible for the accident. Power Pro cross-complained against the man.
The 43-year-old plaintiff sustained a blow to his head and multiple non-displaced pelvic fractures, for which no surgical intervention was required. The plaintiff was transferred to Kaiser Permanente and was provided therapy for his injuries. His medical expenses were approximately $15,000.
Attorney Puneet Toor successfully concluded the case, earning the plaintiff a $225,000 settlement.