Verdicts Settlements

Teen Crushed By Buses To Receive $370K

The Connecticut Law Tribune

bBrian Toms v. Willie Price, et al.:/b Plaintiff Brian Toms was a 17-year-old junior at Ridgefield High on the morning of April 23, 2003. Ironically, he was participating in a school safety drill, and was asked to stand behind a bus and escort other students to safety. While doing so, an unattended second bus, its brakes off, rolled toward him and hit him as Toms attempted to squirm out of the way.

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