Bus Stop Liability

NPR's Richard Gonzales reports on a California Supreme Court decision that the state's transit authority is liable for accidents that occur when citizens attempt to use public transportation. The case stems from a lawsuit brought by the attorneys of Darlene Bonanno, who was permanently disabled when trying to cross the street to a bus stop 10 years ago.

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