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Date: 05-20-2024

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David Colunga Martinez v. Enildo Gonzalez Calzadilla and Shory Express LLC

Case Number: 7:22-cv-00372

Judge: Ricardo H. Hinojosa

Court: United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas (Hidalgo County)

Plaintiff's Attorney: Richard Nicholas Moore. Sonia I. Lopez, Edward I. Lopez, and Marco Antonio Cepeda

Defendant's Attorney: George T. Jackson

Description: McAllen, Texas personal injury lawyers Richard Nicholas Moore. Sonia I. Lopez, Edward I. Lopez, and Marco Antonio Cepeda represented the Plaintiff who sued the defendants on auto negligence theories.

The following five elements may typically be required to prove negligence: The existence of a legal duty that theendant owed the plaintiff, Defendant’s breach of that duty, Harm to the plaintiff, Defendant’s actions are the proximate cause of harm to the plaintiff, and Defendant’s actions are the cause-in-fact of harm to the plaintiff.

Texas uses a modified form of comparative negligence (also known as "proportionate responsibility" in Texas). This means that if you are found partially at fault for the injury, then your damages can be reduced.



Outcome: Settled for an undisclosed sum and dismissed with prejudice.

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