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(POLICE CRIMES) A man who sued the City of Austin after a police car hit his motorcycle and injured him will receive a $250,000 settlement. Louis Olivier , 75 , was injured when officer Damon Dunn ran a stop sign at Magazine Street and Lamplight Village Avenue in far North Austin in May 2010 , according to the lawsuit that Olivier filed in December ……etc..…. Dashboard video released by police showed Dunn leaving a residential area, traveling through an intersection and striking Olivier, who was wearing a helmet. The city’s ban on texting while driving, which took effect in January 2010, exempts public safety personnel who use wireless devices while on duty. Guy Watts, Olivier’s attorney, said Olivier suffered injuries to his right leg in the wreck and can’t walk without assistance. Olivier’s medical expenses are close to $1 million, Watts said. State law prohibits the city from paying more than $250,000 for personal injury lawsuits that involve negligence, Watts said……etc………