California Girl Struck by Car Could Get $15.9M from Suit

March 29, 2017

A Southern California girl who was struck by a car on her way to school may receive $15.9 million for her medical expenses.

The Orange County Register reported that 11-year-old Paulina Perez was hit by the car two years ago while walking on a crosswalk near her school minutes before a crossing guard arrived.

The Perez family attorney Mark Robinson says he expects the city of Anaheim, the Magnolia School District and All City Management Services, the company who hires crossing guards, to pay Perez $15.9 million in a settlement they have yet to finalize.

City officials declined to comment on the potential settlement. The City Council has not yet approved the settlement.

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  • March 30, 2017 at 4:41 pm
    County Line says:
    Notice that nothing is mentioned about the accountability of the driver who was in violation of CA laws of the road by hitting the girl in the crosswalk. Can we presume the dr... read more
  • March 29, 2017 at 3:03 pm
    mrbob says:
    I find myself asking the same questions. Also at 11 years of age was the child not capable of making a decision about when it was proper to cross. Lots of unanswered questio... read more
  • March 29, 2017 at 2:37 pm
    Jack Kanauph says:
    What is the rest of this story? Was the little girl hurt badly to warrant that much $$$? And why is the city, school district and crossing guard companies being sued? Was t... read more

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