The plaintiff in a recent Michigan case brought an action raising claims under provisions of the Michigan Vehicle Code. Plaintiff sought future wage loss damages stemming from a collision between her vehicle and a commercial trailer operated by Defendants.
Plaintiff was a 48-year-old Ohio woman. Her vehicle and a commercial trailer operated by Defendants were involved in a mid-intersection collision.
Plaintiff sustained a trimalleolar fracture to her right ankle as a result of the collision. The fracture required two surgical procedures, including external fixator surgery and open reduction internal fixation surgery.
Plaintiff worked for a local school district. As a result of the collision, she was unable to attend the last two weeks of the school year. When the next school year started, Plaintiff returned to work but was restricted by her surgeon to desk duty only.
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