Family of Oregon Cyclist Sues Garbage Truck Company for Death
The family of a Portland, Ore., woman who died after a collision with a garbage truck is suing the company for $10 million.
The lawsuit was filed in court in late Steptember against Republic Services Alliance Group after 41-year-old Tamar Monhait died in August while riding her bicycle.
The lawsuit says that the garbage truck driver was traveling too fast and didn’t use a turn signal. It also says the company didn’t properly train its drivers.
The truck driver was not issued any citations by police following the collision. The Multnomah County District Attorney’s Office is reviewing the case.
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