A Settlement Is Reached In Caitlyn Jenner’s Wrongful Death Suit
We all know how important it is to have car insurance, but not many of us experience the need for a lawyer in events which caused personal injuries. It is always good to have local people as your representative, for example if you live in Bronx you can find out more here and so on, and this decision can help you make a good deal and hopefully reduce the amount of the settlement if you are a guilty party in the incident. Settlements are especially popular among celebrities, who are sometimes forced to pay large amounts in order to keep the case out of the spotlight and to reduce the negative publicity. It is also no secret that they often drive under the influence of alcohol and other substances, so they are occassionally even happy when a case ends in a quick and simple settlement.
However, there are those cases which attract media attention, and the case of Caitlyn Jenner’s car accident is certainly one of those. Caitlyn (formerly known as Bruce) Jenner was involved in a chain reaction car crash while driving her Cadillac Escalade on the Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu. Jenner caused the accident by rear-ending a car driven by Kim Howe (69), whose vehicle then went into the path of a Hummer which was coming from the opposite direction. Howe died at the scene. The authorities cleared Jenner of criminal charges, since she was driving in accordance with the speeding limit and she claimed that she remembered “very little” of the incident. Also, due to insufficient evidence a misdemeanor manslaughter charge was dropped.
But, Jenner could not go off the hook so easily, since stepchildren of the lady killed in the accident filed a wrongful death suit against Caitlyn Jenner, claiming that she was negligent, careless and in any case responsible for the crash. They were firm in their stance of taking the whole thing to court and asking for justice, so Jenner was forced to settle on an amount which is unknown to public at this moment.