The mother of a young man killed while riding in a vehicle that spun out of control has settled her lawsuit with the vehicle’s owner and the driver for $4.9 million.
Monica Madrazo, mother of Zachary Garcia, who died at age 22, received $4.9 million of a $7 million insurance payout to her son’s estate and other passengers in the car, according to the plaintiff’s representation, the firm of Eichen Crutchlow Zaslow. The defendants were the owner of the 2007 Toyota Camry at issue, Karin Minkin, and its driver, Andrew Carlon.
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