A tragic automobile accident lawsuit recently resolved with Disney giving the family some closure. According to this case, nine-year old, Chase Brubaker was riding his bicycle when he was hit and killed by a Walt Disney World bus in April 2010 at the Disney Fort Wilderness Resort. The patrol investigators determined that the bus driver was not at fault and no charges were filed. Investigators concluded that Chase was “solely responsible” for the accident. They also stated that his bicycle had a flat tire and an under inflated front tire that could have contributed to the crash.
Chase’s mother filed an auto-negligence lawsuit against Disney and the bus driver in October 2010. A Disney spokeswoman stated that the lawsuit was settled last month. Terms were not disclosed.
Auto accidents resulting in serious personal injuries happen every day all across the country and even to the residents of Tennessee. If you or someone you care about has been seriously injured as the result of some type of auto accident, then we recommend you contact one of our compassionate and experienced Tennessee auto accident attorneys immediately. We care about our clients and will hear your case and work with you to see to it that you receive the compensation you need.
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