Plaintiff-Watt Caroll, JR.

Plaintiff-Watt Caroll, JR., Plaintiff is a Dallas police officer who was directing traffic and helping control the crowd during the Martin Luther King, Jr. birthday celebration and parade on January 14, 2012. During the parade, he heard a spin and saw a van swerving his direction. He tried to avoid the van but was struck and was thrown onto the ground and could not get back up. Due to the accident, Plaintiff was taken to Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas and suffered serious injuries. Due to his injuries, Plaintiff will no longer be able to serve and protect the community of Dallas, Texas.

$3,750,000

Net to client: $2,675,271