Man who Lost Sense of Hearing Receives $1.5 million award
A man from Connecticut received $1.5 million in personal injury claim. The lawsuit was filed in 2007 after the man lost his sense of hearing following a tire explosion of a Jeep Wrangler. Information on the lawsuit indicates that the tire exploded as the plaintiff was checking the bolts.
The complaint alleged that Dennis Janson, who works as a studio designer, engineer, and architect, has suffered from hearing loss and injured both his hands when it was knocked backward. His body struck the wall behind him. His attorney states that the plaintiff is now unable to enjoy life the same way because of the constant ringing in his ears and hearing loss. The cash award of $1.5 million award given in the Danbury Superior Court.
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