Chicago expected to pay $4 million in motorcyclist’s death
CHICAGO (AP) — The Chicago City Council is expected to approve a $4 million settlement to the family of a man who was killed when he hit a pothole and was thrown from his motorcycle.
The vote by the full council is scheduled for Wednesday. The City Council’s Finance Committee recommended that the settlement be approved during its meeting on Monday.
Thirty-one-year-old Carlo Kintanar of the Chicago suburb of Romeoville was killed in November 2010 when he was thrown from the motorcycle and was then struck by another vehicle.