Priest Runs Stop Sign, Paralyzes Oncoming Driver: Confidential Settlement
Jul 01, 2006
We successfully settled a case brought against the Catholic Diocese of Cheyenne and other Catholic corporations for the negligent operation of a vehicle by a priest in Wyoming. The priest, who belonged to a Catholic Order and was counseling teens at two youth ranches in Wyoming at the permission of the Wyoming Bishop, was driving to Mass when he ran a stop sign and t-boned a pick-up truck driven by a 41 year old wife and mother. She was rendered a quadriplegic in the crash. We settled for a confidential amount.
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