Portland Cop Hit by Drunk Driver Suing Driver, City, and Bar

On February 27, 2015, Gary Clark of Portland, OR slammed into the patrol car of East Precinct Officer Allison Renander, knocking her unconscious and causing a host of other injuries. 

Renander spent several days in the hospital suffering from “a mild traumatic brain injury and cephlohematoma, a cervical strain, temporomandibular joint disorder with recurring muscle spasms, and post-concussive syndrome.”

Clark, who later pleaded guilty to driving while intoxicated, told responding officers that he had “a couple of beers” along with some morphine and Percocet that he had taken earlier that day.

Renander is filing suit against Clark, the city of Portland, and the restaurant for negligence in serving alcohol to Clark who was, at the time, “visibly intoxicated.”

For more on this story, read the following article: http://www.personalinjury.com/news/portland-cop-hit-drunk-driver-suing-city-bar

Contact Your Local Office

Keep Sharing Simple...
Share on Facebook
Facebook
Tweet about this on Twitter
Twitter
Share on LinkedIn
Linkedin
Email this to someone
email
Print this page
Print
GLP ATTORNEYS IS OPEN FOR BUSINESS. Our teams are working remotely until further notice to help protect our employees, clients and our communities from the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Our legal teams and staff will be answering calls, voicemail, and email, and will conduct all business by telephone, video conference, email or other electronic means. Defense counsel should serve all pleadings and responsive documents on our office via email to the attorney of record on your file. We appreciate your patience until we are able to resume full and normal operations of all of our offices. We will get through this together!
+