In 2015 a side-impact auto accident caused one of the drivers to sustain a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). The plaintiff, an attorney, was continuing along his way and entered an intersection on a green arrow. While in the intersection plaintiff’s vehicle was hit on the driver’s side in a side-impact auto accident when the defendant ran a red light. The defendant tried to claim contributory negligence on the part of the plaintiff.
Arising from the side-impact crash, the plaintiff reported a mild TBI, which he said caused him symptoms that prevented him for working as an attorney. These symptoms included memory loss, inability to understand information, inability to multi-task, and flat emotion. [Read more…]