Lauren Glynn Obtains Philadelphia Jury Trial Defense Verdict in Pedestrian/MVA Case

Plaintiff was crossing Grays Ferry Avenue in Philadelphia when she was struck by the Defendant who was traveling on 34th Street. Plaintiff was taken to the ER with injuries to her neck, back, and left leg and was diagnosed with a cervical herniation, radiculopathy, lumbar bulging, and strains and sprains to her ankle and spine. These diagnoses were confirmed by an MRI.

Ms. Glynn defended the case on liability arguing Plaintiff was at fault as she improperly crossed the street against the traffic light and the Defendant, who had the right of way, did not have enough time to avoid the accident. A Philadelphia jury of 12 people agreed with Ms. Glynn and entered a defense verdict.