P.O. BOX 447
CONCORD, NH 03301
Plaintiff’s Attorney: Kenneth C. Brown, Esq. and Jared R. Green, Esq.
Case Title: John and Annette Mahoney v. Phyllis and Leslie Mayhew
County: Carroll Date of Injury: April 21, 2005
Liability Facts: John Mahoney was hit from behind while walking near his home by a car driven by Phyllis Mayhew, an 81 year old woman in failing health who had just returned from the eye doctor and was not wearing her driving glasses.
Plaintiff: Sex:M Age at time of injury:38
Occupation: Supervisor at a group home for emotionally disturbed/abused teenage boys.
Plaintiff’s Theory of Liability: The morning of the accident, Mrs. Mayhew had surgery for a torn retina. She was told not to drive and she was not wearing her glasses. Mrs. Mayhew was charged with negligent driving. A claim was also brought against Mr. Mayhew as he knew or should have known that his wife should not have been driving.
Defendant’s Theory of Defense: Comparative negligence. Plaintiff was walking on the right side of the road.
Injuries: (Diagnosis/Prognosis/Permanency) Mr. Mahoney received various injuries including a fracture of the left radius and ulna requiring four surgeries; lacerations to his upper lip requiring thirteen stitches; a concussion; a badly bruised tailbone and left elbow; bruised ribs; and abrasions to his face, hands, and arms.
VERDICT/SETTLEMENT: The case was mediated after suit was initiated. The case settled for $325,000.00.
Kenneth C. Brown, Esq.
Jared R. Green, Esq.
ABRAMSON, BROWN & DUGAN
1819 Elm Street
Manchester, NH 03104
Counsel for the Plaintiff
1-800-662-6230 or email@example.com
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