HOLLYWOOD - A complaint filed on October 28, 2016 alleges the City of Hollywood was negligent after a bicycling accident.

14Henry Fondeur, one of the Plaintiffs, was bicycling on a sidewalk when a hole in the concrete caused his bike to plunge, propelling him over the handle bars onto the concrete sidewalk.

As a result of accident, he was forced to incur medical expenses, suffer from pain, disability, disfigurement, mental anguish, and loss of earning capacity,

Furthermore, his wife, Silvia Diaz, claims she suffered a loss of consortium and their son suffered a loss of society and services of his father.

The Plaintiffs demand judgment against the Defendant for damages in excess of $15,000 plus costs. Additionally, the Plaintiffs are represented by Rodrigo Saavedra, ESQ. of the Rodrigo L. Saavedra, Jr., P.A in Fort Lauderdale.

17th Judicial Circuit Court - Broward County - Henry Fondeur, et al vs. City of Hollywood - Case Number CACE-16-019877

Source: Broward County Official Clerk of Court Records.

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