Constantine v. Prince

This is a wrongful death case involving bicyclist George Constantine, who, while working for a bicycle messenger service, was hit by motorist Richard Prince. The decedent's estate seeks to recover damages from the defendant, alleging that he was going too fast and not keeping a proper lookout.
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This is a wrongful death case involving bicyclist George Constantine, who, while working for a bicycle messenger service, was hit by motorist Richard Prince. The decedent's estate seeks to recover damages from the defendant, alleging that he was going too fast and not keeping a proper lookout. The case utilizes computer animations in support of the testimony of both the plaintiff's and defendants' accident reconstruction experts. There are ten witnesses for the plaintiff and seven witnesses for the defendants.

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CONTENTS

Acknowledgments

Introduction

Pleadings

     Complaint
     Answer

Investigation Documents
     Statement of Paul Burley
     Statement of Curtis Parsons
     Fatality Investigation by Detective Robin S. Cruise
     Statement of Richard E. Prince
     Medical Examiner's Report
     Document Examiner's Analysis
          Friedman Exhibit 1

Depositions
     Melina Constantine
     Sarah Paine
     James F. Whorl
     Taylor Livingston
     Richard E. Prince
     Goldie Tone
     Hughey Huff
     Grady Maine
     Patrick Riley, MD
     William Gulliford

Experts' Reports
     Roberta S. Kaylan, PhD
     Sarah J. Skinner, PhD
     Taylor Livingston, CRC
     William Gulliford, CRC

Documents Regarding Employment Potential of Decedent
     Letter of Recommendation
     Academic Transcript
     Philosophy of Life

Defendant's Employment Documents
     Application for Employment
     Performance Evaluation
     Rules for Drivers of Company Vehicles
     Abstract of Driving Record
     Municipal Court Document

Learned Treatises
     Preventing Negligent Hiring and Supervision Claims
     Accident Reconstruction Principles

Jury Instructions

Exhibits

     Ex. 1 Police Diagram
     Ex. 2 Crosswalk Looking South
     Ex. 3 Crosswalk Looking West
     Ex. 4 Heading North, Approaching the Crosswalk
     Ex. 5 Available View with Car in Right Lane
     Ex. 6 Pedestrian Sign
     Ex. 7 Bicyclist at Point of Impact
     Ex. 8 Bicycle on Street
     Ex. 9 Blood Smear on Street
     Ex. 10 Distance Shot--Bicycle, Body, and SUV
     Ex. 11 Orange Cone Showing Point of Impact
     Ex. 12 SUV—Dent above Right Headlight (1)
     Ex. 13 SUV—Dent above Right Headlight (2)
     Ex. 14 SUV—Headlight
     Ex. 15 SUV—Front Passenger Side
     Ex. 16 SUV—Right Front View
     Ex. 17 SUV—Windshield Close-up
     Ex. 18 SUV—Stopping Point after Impact
     Ex. 19 SUV—Bicycle by Curb
     Ex. 20 Bicycle against SUV
     Ex. 21 Defense Animation Still 1
     Ex. 22 Defense Animation Still 2
     Ex. 23 Animation Still—Driver's View One Block before Impact
     Ex. 24 Animation Still—Driver's View at Impact
     Ex. 25 Animation Still—Overview
     Ex. 26 Animation Still—North View
     Ex. 27 Animation Still—South View
     Ex. 28 Animation Still—Impact, East View