Catastrophic Injuries

Saakyan v. Modern Auto (2002)

Saakyan v. Modern Auto (2002)

In brief: Young motorist catastrophically injured due to improper vehicle modifications made to his car by a customization shop In June 1992, Oganes Saakyan experienced improper auto repair in the worst possible way. After picking up his 1986 Honda Accord from Modern Auto—an automobile customization shop where it had just been fitted with new aftermarket rims and… View Article
Doe v. County of Los Angeles (2019)

Doe v. County of Los Angeles (2019)

On October 15, 2015, John Doe and his friend were enjoying a walk down Santa Monica Boulevard when they heard sirens approaching from behind. A patrol vehicle had clipped another car in a failed passing attempt, careening out of control and smashing into the two men. They were rushed to hospital. It was then that… View Article
Ekbatani v. State of California (2017)

Ekbatani v. State of California (2017)

On July 14th, 2012, Amir “Nick” Ekbatani was travelling along the Pacific Coast Highway when a taxi driver failed to yield at an intersection and collided with him. Amir was thrown from his motorcycle, causing catastrophic injuries. Despite numerous surgeries, his leg had to be amputated below the knee, radically altering his life and livelihood… View Article


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