Passenger alleges MUNI bus driver's sudden braking caused fall

By Noddy A. Fernandez | Jun 18, 2018

SAN FRANCISCO – A bus passenger alleges he was injured when the driver suddenly hit the brakes.

SAN FRANCISCO – A bus passenger alleges he was injured when the driver suddenly hit the brakes.

Guanxin Huang filed a complaint on May 17 in the Superior Court of California - County of San Francisco against CCSF-Municipal Transportation Agency and Does 1 to 50 alleging personal injury and negligence.

According to the complaint, the plaintiff alleges that he was a passenger of defendants' MUNI 29 bus when without warning the driver suddenly hit the brakes after pulling out from the stop Eastbound on Grafton at Jules. He alleges the sudden stop caused him to be catapulted into a headlong somersault from the rear of the bus forward and caused him to strike his head on the floor. As a result, Huang claims he lost consciousness and sustained a large, protruding contusion to the back of his head. 

The plaintiff seeks judgment for compensatory damages according to proof. He is represented by Christopher W. Rose of Kilravock Law in San Francisco.

Superior Court of California - County of San Francisco case number CGC18566630

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