A lawsuit over head injuries to a toddler who fell from a hotel walkway in Norfolk, Va., has been settled for $10.9 million. Elijah Clayton, who was almost 3 years old, fell on Sept. 4, 2011, at the Ramada hotel in Norfolk. The railing on the second-floor walkway was missing a spindle, and the toddler went through the opening, falling to the pavement below. He suffered permanent brain injuries. The child’s mother sued the hotel owner, Pride Group LLC. A payment plan and special trust for the child were set up as part of the settlement.
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