Romero et al v. Hawaiian Airlines, Inc.

Filing 75

Order as Modified by Judge Richard Seeborg for Judge Saundra Brown Armstrong Granting 63 MOTION APPROVING COMPROMISE OF MINOR'S CLAIM FOR MINOR J. R. ***REDACTED***(bns, COURT STAFF) (Filed on 5/10/2022)

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1 2 3 4 5 6 CHARLES A. BONNER, ESQ. SB# 85413 A. CABRAL BONNER, ESQ. SB# 247528 LAW OFFICES OF BONNER & BONNER 475 GATE FIVE ROAD, SUITE 211 SAUSALITO, CA 94965 TEL: (415) 331-3070 FAX: (415) 331-2738 cbonner799@aol.com cabral@bonnerlaw.com JEFFREY L. MENDELMAN, ESQ. SB#305629 7 CASE LAW LTD. 8 580 CALIFORNIA STREET, FL. 12 SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94104 9 TEL: (833) 227-3583 FAX: (415) 520-5405 10 admin@caselawltd.com 11 12 ATTORNEYS FOR PLAINTIFF GERONIMO ROMERO, et al. 13 14 UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT 15 NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA 16 OAKLAND DIVISION 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 Case No. 20-cv-07583-SBA GERONIMO ROMERO; JESSICA ROMERO; G.R., Minor by Guardian ad Litem, GERONIMO ROMERO; J.R., Minor by Guardian ad Litem, GERONIMO ROMERO; McRYAN DAVID; JANICE DAVID; M.D., Minor by Guardian ad Litem, JANICE DAVID; BRIANA JONES; and JOSHUA DAVID, vs. ORDER GRANTING PLAINTIFF GERONIMO ROMERO'S PETITION FOR ORDER APPROVING COMPROMISE OF MINOR'S CLAIM FOR MINOR J. R. AS MODIFIED Plaintiffs, Action Filed: Sept. 16, 2020 Notice of Removal Filed: Oct. 28, 2020 HAWAIIAN AIRLINES INC., and DOES 1-50, Defendants 28 _____________________________________________________________________________ MODIFIED ORDER ON PLAINTIFF GERONIMO ROMERO'S PETITION FOR ORDER APPROVING COMPROMISE OF MINOR'S CLAIM FOR MINOR J.R. 20-cv-07583-SBA 1 1 Plaintiff Geronimo Romero, Guardian ad Litem of Minor J.R., petitions this Court for an 2 order approving the compromise of his minor child’s claim against Defendants Hawaiian 3 Airlines Inc., Raytheon Technologies Corporation, and IAE International Aero Engines AG, 4 for injuries allegedly sustained by Minor J.R. during a flight on August 22, 2019 (the 5 “Incident”). 6 considered the parties’ positions, relevant legal authorities, and the record in the case, the 7 Court hereby APPROVES the compromise of the Minor’s claim against the Defendants. 8 The matter comes to the Court by stipulation of the parties. Having Additionally, the Court Orders as follows: 9 1. Plaintiff Geronimo Romero is authorized to execute and convey to the representatives of 10 the Defendants the Full And Final Release Of All Claims, Waiver And Covenant Not To 11 Sue; 12 2. In disbursing the settlement funds, Defendants will issue a check in the amount of 13 $ REDACTED payable to Pacific Life & Annuity Services, Inc. and execute the Qualified 14 Assignment Form, which, upon execution of said form, and tendering of said funds, will 15 serve to fully and forever discharge Defendants’ obligations to Minor J.R. arising from 16 or related to the Incident; 17 3. Within 45 days after the receipt of the settlement funds from the Defendants, Plaintiff 18 Geronimo Romero shall provide proof to the Court that $ REDACTED was invested in the 19 structured settlement annuity set forth in Plaintiff’s petition; 20 4. Attorneys for Petitioner and Minor J.R. are awarded $ REDACTED as attorney’s fees to be 21 paid directly to the client trust account for the Law Offices of Charles A. Bonner; 22 5. Within 60 days after the receipt of the settlement funds from Defendants, the parties 23 shall file either: (1) a stipulated dismissal with prejudice pursuant to Federal Rule of 24 Civil Procedure 41(a)(1)(A)(ii); or (2) a joint status report setting forth the reason(s) 25 why the stipulated dismissal with prejudice was not entered. 26 IT IS SO ORDERED 27 28 Dated: RS 5/10/2022 Richard Seeborg for Saundra B. Armstrong United States District Judge _____________________________________________________________________________ MODIFIED ORDER ON PLAINTIFF GERONIMO ROMERO'S PETITION FOR ORDER APPROVING COMPROMISE OF MINOR'S CLAIM FOR MINOR J.R. 20-cv-07583-SBA 2

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