Driver who mowed down toddler must pay out 75% of net worth

The New York Post interviewed Steve Vaccaro for the settlement he secured for the family of 2-year-old Allison Liao, which included a voluntary 5 year suspension of driving privileges for the person who killed her.

“These kinds of penalties are never applied in the United States as long as the driver was sober, so we were able to use civil litigation to get a semblance of the kind of justice they get around the world,” said Vaccaro. “We hope that it will start a trend.”

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