D.C. Settles Prisoner’s Lawsuit over Failure to Protect and Medical Neglect Resulting in Brain Damage for $150,000
According to the lawsuit, Plaintiff Anual Rudisill was assaulted by unknown persons while imprisoned at the D.C. Jail in October 1995. The suit claimed that Rudisill suffered injuries to all parts of his body, including permanent brain damage, and that his injuries were a direct and proximate result of the District’s negligence. See: Rudisill v. District of Columbia, D.C. Superior Court, Civil Action No. 98-ca-8329.
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Rudisill v. District of Columbia
|Cite||D.C. Superior Court, Civil Action No. 98-ca-8329|
|Level||State Trial Court|