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Torts/Personal Injury

Feb. 23, 2024

Deputy sheriff left paralyzed from a training exercise gets $10M

Law enforcement from throughout the state come to train at the Emergency Vehicle Operations Center in Devore in San Bernardino County.

San Bernardino County agreed to pay $10 million to settle a personal injury lawsuit filed by a Riverside County deputy sheriff who was left paralyzed from a motorcycle accident during a 2018 training exercise.

The deputy, Jay Youngblood, was represented in the lawsuit by partner Cory R. Weck and associate Brynna D. Popka from Ontario-based McCune Law Group.

“Mr. Youngblood was told to execute a traffic stop on ...

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