Broward Woman Accidentally Run Over by Boyfriend gets 1 million Presuit Settlement from Condo Association
“As she rounds the corner he did not see her in the darkness and, unfortunately, ran her over,” said Miami attorney Alexander Perkins. Alexander J. Perkins of Perkins Law Offices in Miami represents Laura Canaveral, who alleged she was ran over because of poor lighting at a South Florida apartment complex. Courtesy photo.
A South Florida woman whose boyfriend accidentally drove his car into her in a dark apartment complex parking lot has obtained a $1 million settlement without having to file suit.
Alexander Perkins of Perkins Law Offices in Miami represents Laura Canaveral, who was taking out the trash one evening in 2017 at the Westview Condominium Association in Pembroke Pines when the accident happened.
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