Bicyclist Kevin Black was killed when a van crossed his path while making a u-turn, causing him to collide with the van. His estate is awarded $1.5 million.

Wrongful Death Lawsuit Settles for $1.5 million | Washington Wrongful Death Attorney


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6/7/2011
Kasia Kim
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Earlier this week, a settlement was announced regarding the wrongful death lawsuit resulting from a February 4, 2009 bicyclist/van accident, reports Komo News.

Just over a year ago, 39 year old Kevin Black of the Ballard neighborhood was riding his bicycle southbound on 24th Avenue NW, commuting to the University of Washington for his job as a research scientist. Owned by Ambient Control Company, a van made a u-turn into Black's path near NW 64th Street, causing Black to crash into the van. He was rolled over by the tires and killed.

In September 2009, a lawsuit was filed against the van's driver. The lawsuit settled 8 months later, awarding $1.5 million to Black's estate.

If a loved one has been killed in a wrongful death accident, the Andrew Kim Law Firm can help. A compassionate and experienced attorney can help you through this emotional process. For a free consultation, call (425) 289-1990 in Bellevue and surrounding areas, (253) 682-2000 in Tacoma and the south Sound or toll free at (800) 636-3676.



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