Meshbesher & Associates, P.A. Represents Victim of Bus Shelter Crash

Two people waiting for the bus in the city

On July 9, 2019, George Jensen crashed the van he was driving into a bus shelter in North Minneapolis, injuring six people, five of whom were transported to local hospitals with severe injuries. Three of those victims were left in critical condition.

Attorney Richard Student of Meshbesher & Associates, P.A. is representing one of those victims who suffered serious injuries.

Jensen, 83, was charged with five counts of criminal vehicular operation, to which he pled guilty in February of this year. 

Hennepin County District Judge Jay Quam required Jensen to undergo neurological testing prior to accepting a plea deal, which consisted of 100 hours of community service, driver’s license revocation, elderly/distracted driving education, and three years of probation.

Attorney Richard Student declined to comment on Jensen’s claims regarding the cause of the accident and how it occurred. However, he did note, “Anthony’s still hurting.”

For more information, contact Meshbesher & Associates, P.A. today.

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