Bus Stop Liability
Did a Dangerous Bus Stop Location Lead to Injury?
Walker, Hamilton & Kearns, LLP may be the leading plaintiffs’ firm in Northern California in this area of litigation, having successfully prosecuted the ground-breaking case of Bonanno v. Central Contra Costa Transit Authority (2003) 30 Cal 4th 139 over a 10-year period.
Walter Walker began developing the theory of dangerous locations of bus stops over 25 years ago, and has prosecuted numerous cases of this type, including a dangerous-condition bus-stop case against the City and County of San Francisco that settled for $2,040,000.
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$1,250,000 settlement for pedestrian who suffered head and shoulder injuries when struck by a San Francisco MUNI bus.View Details
$3,890,000 verdict for developmentally disabled woman in Bonanno v. CCCTA, a Supreme Court case holding for the first time that a the location of a bus stop can constitute a dangerous condition of public property.View Details
$3,500,000 settlement for MUNI passenger run over by bus from which she had just disembarkedView Details
$2,000,400 settlement for elderly MUNI passenger who lost her leg when run over by a bus after she fell into a hole at bus stopView Details