Verdicts & Settlements

Jury Says Defendant's Negligence Did Not Cause Injury

Morales v. Robinson Zero Verdict

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On December 12, 2004, plaintiff Daniel Morales, 38, was turning left from Castor Avenue onto Aramingo Avenue, in the Port Richmond section of Northeast Philadelphia, when the rear of his Honda Civic was struck by a Chevrolet Malibu being operated by Nicole Robinson. At the time, co-plaintiff Carmen Serrano, 26, a cashier, was a front-seat passenger in Morales' vehicle. Serrano alleged that the accident caused her to suffer carpal tunnel syndrome, among other injuries, while Morales likewise claimed that he suffered injuries sufficiently serious to pierce the limited-tort threshold.

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