Davis Law Group founder attorney Chris Davis was interviewed by KOMO News in Seattle for their KOMO In-Depth segment entitled 'Metro Focuses On Safety After $39M Pay Out Of Claims In Last 5 Years' (firsted aired 6pm on May 16, 2017) which investigated 39 claims involving passenger, pedestrian or driver injuries and deaths have been settled against King County Metro since 2012. These claims resulted in $38 million dollars in settlements paid out by King County Metro.
Quotes from the story:
"The driver behind the wheel in Northgate says he didn't see 94-year-old Jacqueline Morrison in a marked crosswalk when he turned left. Morrison was fatally struck by the bus."
"Attorney Chris Davis represented Morrison's family in their claim against Metro."
"All bus models have somewhat of a blind spot, but the Orion is larger," Davis says.
"I think because of a lot of money invested in those models," says Davis, "I think we're talking about the county not wanting to do something that would force them to remove those models from our streets."
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