Lansing insurer OKs $1 million deal over police crash
LANSING - The city's insurer has agreed to a $1 million settlement in a lawsuit filed by a man who suffered debilitating injuries in a 2009 crash with a Lansing police car.
Christopher Morofsky, now 26, was a back seat passenger in an Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera that was struck by Officer Jillian Johnson's police cruiser as she raced without her overhead emergency lights activated to a fight at a south Lansing grocery store.
Morofsky, of Lansing, was thrown from the Oldsmobile and landed more than 70 feet away in a nearby yard. He suffered numerous injuries that left him disabled, said his... read more
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