Following a lengthy trial against the County of Brant, Thomson, Rogers personal injury lawyers David F. MacDonald, Michael L. Bennett and Robert M. Ben recently obtained a multi-million dollar judgment for a client who suffered a serious brain injury during a winter driving accident.Seventeen-year-old Jesse Ferguson was driving an SUV at night along a snow covered rural road in the County of Brant. He was travelling at the posted 60 km/h speed limit. However, unbeknownst to him, this was in excess of the critical speed of a sharp curve in the road (critical speed being the speed at which a vehicle will lose lateral control on a given curve). Jesse’s SUV left the roadway at the curve, striking a tree. Jesse sustained a disabling brain injury as a result.Jesse sued the ...
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