A woman who was injured in a personal watercraft accident on the Colorado River has been awarded $21.7 million by a Los Angeles jury. The verdict came in her lawsuit against the watercrafts’ drivers and a manufacturer. Fabiola Esparza was 15 when she suffered a permanent brain injury in the 2008 accident near Blythe, Calif. The watercraft the teenager and two others were riding became impossible to control through a defect that Polaris, the maker, knew about.
Source: Claims Journal
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