Robert Smith Jr. v. Dixie Clakley

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Robert Smith Jr. v. Dixie Clakley

Court: County Court at Law #3, Smith County

Cause No.: 61,389-B

Trial Date: July 10, 2013

Summary: Plaintiff was traveling north on Highway 155 in Tyler toward the loop. Defendant was attempting to execute a left turn onto Highway 155 from a private drive, looking to head south on 155. Just as or before the Defendant pulled out of the private drive, Plaintiff changed lanes from the outside lane to the inside lane. A collision occurred, totaling both vehicles. Plaintiff treated at the ER the following day, over two months at an attorney-referred chiropractor, then had an MRI and an ESI to relieve shoulder/neck issues causing numbness in his arm.

Case Type: Personal Injury

Economic Damages: $7,751.21

Last Demand: $30,000.00

Evaluated Amount: $7,475.00

Verdict: $1,200.00 to Plaintiff (Jury awarded $1,500 in damages, but put 20% liability on Plaintiff)

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