Connecticut Man Awarded $82K After Crash with Truck
A Connecticut man injured when the vehicle he was in crashed with a truck carrying portable toilets has been awarded $82,000 in a lawsuit.
The Connecticut Post reports that 52-year-old Randall Ryan, of Bridgeport, Conn., claimed he suffered physical and emotional injuries in the September 2016 crash and is unable to perform activities of daily living.
Ryan was a front-seat passenger in a truck that collided with a truck owned by United Site Services Northeast, a portable toilet rental company. The company didn’t immediately return a voicemail left seeking comment.
Ryan suffered a broken nose and injuries to his head, neck, ribs, shoulder and back.
He sued both drivers involved in the crash, claiming negligence and carelessness.
Information from: Connecticut Post
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