Claustrophobic witness forces outdoor hearing to continue, even after brain injury

A man who used a walker to get across rural Ohio after a car accident is suing the driver for failing to take adequate precautions when he was struck by the truck's trailer and was rushed to hospital after s더킹카지노uffering serious head injuries.

John L. Wilson said the driver of the semi-trailer hit him in the chest and face and died from his injuries four days later.

Wilson, 56, suffered multiple injuries including a concussion and a brain injury after being struck by a van while walking outside with his son, who was in the driver's seat.

He said he had been playing outside with his son when the van suddenly pulled over in front of him.

'I was playing on the side of the road, so I was trying to keep it from hitting the curb,' he told the Ohio newspaper The Toledo Blade더킹카지노. 'This van pulled up next to me and the driver started driving.

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John L. Wilson was hit by a car during a rural walk on July 9, 2012 - one day after he was hit by a van. He is suing the driver of the van for failing to take precautions, even when he has the injuries

'I stopped playing in the field. I went to the window and he told me to get out. I got out and there were three guys in it. One was hitting me, and one was grabbing me by the arms.

'The driver started laughing. He said, "Don't worry man, he might hit me." So we just drove through it.

'That was when I f우리카지노ound out my head injury might have been related to the accident that happened when he hit me,' Wilson said.

Wilson said the driver, Richard Lee Johnson, a retired truck mechanic, was never reprimanded or even given an explanation of why he drove the wrong way.

'I felt like he didn't care,' Wilson said. 'I wasn't really that angry. He was laughing and joking. I just got off the bus with one hand behind my back, which made me feel like I'm going to die.'

Wilson went to the hospital that day for emergency brain surgery, which involved a titanium plate inserted into his skull.

Doctors told him he suffered a head injury from the impact.

Wilson said doctors gave him a prognosis of three to six months with no possibility of recovery. He is suing the drivers of the four vehicles involved i

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