Two Injury Victims Receive Verdict in 18 Wheeler Truck Accident
This Austin, Texas motor vehicle accident involved two men who were awarded $1.5 million for injuries they sustained in an 18-wheeler wreck. One of the victims sustained a fractured vertebra and the other a serious right knee injury that needed reconstructive surgery. He was also diagnosed with mild traumatic brain injury.
The lawsuit was filed against the trucking company that operated the tractor trailer involved in the crash. The suit alleged that the company was negligent in hiring the truck driver and, in turn, that the truck driver was negligent in causing the crash. The jury awarded $750,000 in medical bills and expenses and an additional $750,000 for disfigurement, physical impairment and pain and suffering.
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