It is Olivero's third settlement with the city and comes less than a year after the
Olivero, whose husband is a former
Cynthia's latest claim against the city arose from a
"I tripped over stairs which were heavily used while in disrepair for years," Olivero said. "I sustained spinal fractures, underwent two surgeries, including one with hardware installed. I'll live the rest of my life with pain and numbness. That said, I am relieved to put the litigation behind me. I look forward to moving on with my life."
Olivero, represented by attorney
In 2017, the city's former risk manager had estimated city expenses related to the fall had at that time topped
City officials were not immediately available to comment on the settlement, which is expected to be paid by CIRMA. The agreement stipulates that "it is not to be construed as an admission of liability on the part of the
Olivero has clashed with city and police officials in the past and filed multiple complaints with the
Olivero obtained a
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