Florida Man Receives $1.5M for Traumatic Brain Injury Following Rear-end Crash
A man who sustained a traumatic brain injury in a rear-end truck collision was awarded nearly $1.5 million.
Lloyd Davidson was rear-ended by a driver in a Strawberry Petroleum Inc. truck. He was taken to the hospital by ambulance, where he was diagnosed with a traumatic brain injury. He also claimed that the accident caused him TMJ (a jaw injury) and aggravated his neck arthritis.
Mr. Davidson also required shoulder surgery. Defense counsel argued that Davidson was faking his injuries. Mr. Davidson’s attorneys, however, alleged the defense medical expert's tests were unscientific; the judge agreed and prevented the defendant's expert from testifying about faking.
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