A Woman is Awarded $14M in Lawsuit Against a Public Bus for a Broken Back Injury she Suffered while Riding the Bus. In California, a woman was award $14M for an injury that she suffered when a bus driver for a bus she was riding went over a speed bump in a school zone going over two times the legal limit and then berated the woman when she hollered out in pain. The woman suffered a factored vertebra. The agency is reviewing the verdict to determine its next steps. In Georgia, with the wide use of public transportation with buses and the MARTA train, it is important to note these types of cases as precedent for what might happen in similar situations in Georgia.
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