A Florida man has filed a personal injury lawsuit on behalf of his son, a Cape Coral police officer who was critically injured in an accident involving an SUV.
Damien Garcia suffered massive head injuries when his police motorcycle was hit by a Lincoln SUV, driven by Josephine Peirce.
The lawsuit, filed by Garcia's father Enrique Caballero, names both Peirce and her husband, Thomas Pierce, as defendants.
The lawsuit seeks $15,000 in damages, the amount needed to file the case in circuit court. But according to Caballero's attorney Marc Brumer, the case will exceed $50 million in damages.
The Pierces are denying negligence, according to their attorney, Bryan Reynolds. Reynolds said Garcia might actually be partially or totally at fault for the accident.
All motorcyclists are at risk of sustaining catastrophic injuries in the event of an accident, especially if the accident involves a large vehicle like an SUV. If you or a loved one was injured in a motorcycle accident, and you believe another driver was at fault, you should take a moment to consult a knowledgeable North Carolina car accident attorney at Lanier Law Group, P.A. An attorney at our office can review the circumstances leading up to the accident to determine whether or not you have grounds to file a personal injury claim. If it is believed another person or entity is at fault for the accident, we can help you pursue a lawsuit for maximum compensation.
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