Illinois Court Considers Liability for Automobile Accident

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In Thompson v. Gordon, No. 110066, the plaintiff was injured as a result of a car accident. This personal injury lawsuit followed and the plaintiff alleged that the accident occurred, in part, because defendants defectively “designed and constructed a ‘Jersey barrier,’ on the road, including the bridge deck and the areas encompassing the interchange and weave lanes.”

The plaintiff claimed that the accident could have been prevented had appropriate safety features been in place including a properly constructed “Jersey barrier.”

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