Kyle Anderson was working in a roadside ditch on Highway 101 in Eureka on Aug. 30, 2011, when he was struck by a driver. This week, a jury awarded him more than $56 million in damages, finding that Caltrans was at fault for the incident.
Kyle Anderson was working in a roadside ditch on Highway 101 in Eureka on Aug. 30, 2011, when he was struck by a driver. This week, a jury awarded him more than $56 million in damages, finding that Caltrans was at fault for the incident. Reiner, Slaughter and McCartney
Kyle Anderson was working in a roadside ditch on Highway 101 in Eureka on Aug. 30, 2011, when he was struck by a driver. This week, a jury awarded him more than $56 million in damages, finding that Caltrans was at fault for the incident. Reiner, Slaughter and McCartney

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