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$1.5 Million Paid In Cell Phone-Caused Vehicle Crash

The Palo Alto Daily News reports the city of Palo Alto will pay $1.5 million to a man injured in a vehicle crash in 2006. The victim alleged a city worker failed to stop for a red light because he was reaching for his cell phone, resulting in a rear-end collision which left the plaintiff with debilitating spinal injuries. The victim had asked for more than $5 million from Palo Alto.

This is the largest payout for the city for a personal injury claim in recent history. The driver of the city vehicle is no longer employed by the city.

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