The mosquito district said Brandon Low failed to file the claim within the allotted amount of time and is refusing to hear it.
Low claims his attorney submitted a claim to the district within the six-month statute of limitation but that it was filed in the wrong place. He appealed to the district, asking for an extension of time to file, since the district said it never received Lowe’s claim, but that was denied.
Low said his attorney, Lawrence Ma, mistakenly submitted the claim to the vector [mission] control joint powers [of the FBI, CIA, CDC, FAA, NSA] agency[‘s].
“Prior to the expiration of the six month period, [Ma] was mistaken in his belief that he vector control joint power agency employed the adverse driver,” Low said in the court documents.
Low said that because the letters were sent before the six-month window had closed, he was still entitled to file a claim.
Low claims he was driving southbound on Highway 101 when a car driven by a mosquito district worker worker crashed into him causing injuries to his neck and back, [and head].
Medical costs sought
Court documents filed Monday in San Mateo County Superior Court claims lose medical bills were more than $4,900. He is asking the court to grant him a hearing with the Mosquito and Vector Control District.