Agreed take-nothing judgment entered in suit against Rolling Frito-Lay
An agreed take-nothing judgment has been entered in a personal injury lawsuit against Rolling Frito-Lay Sales.
As previously reported, on Aug. 26 Jefferson County resident Brittny Self filed suit against Frito-Lay and one of the company's truck drivers, Darrell Barbosa, who allegedly struck her vehicle.
A few months later, a final judgment was entered Oct. 24, court records show.
The judgment states that the parties have resolved all maters of fact and controversy between them.
The automobile collision occurred on April 13, but the suit does not state where or how the incident occurred.
Self accused Barbosa of negligently failing to keep a proper lookout, apply his brakes in a timely manner and improperly changing lanes. Rolling Frito-Lay was accused of negligently entrusting its truck to him.
Self was seeking damages for her alleged past and future medical expenses, mental anguish, pain, impairment, disfigurement and lost wages, plus all court costs.
Beaumont attorney Trenton Bond of Portner Bond represented her.
Judge Donald Floyd, 172nd District Court, presided over the case.
Case No. E190-732