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Brown v. Byrd: Case File, Second Edition

Frank D. Rothschild, Deanne C. Siemer, Anthony J. Bocchino


  • ISBN: 9781601562203

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    Kenneth Brown claims he can't engage in any strenuous exercise and that a muscle relaxant his doctor prescribes does not allow him to drink any alcohol. Both of these inconveniences, Brown is convinced, is a result of being rear-ended by the defendant, Robert Byrd, and Brown is suing to recover damages for neck, back, and closed-head injuries. However, Brown has been observed exercising and drinking alcohol. Byrd maintains that the collision was in no way serious enough to cause Brown's alleged injuries.

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  • Additional Product Details

    Injuries as a result of car accident, plaintiff claims physical restrictions but is observed functioning normally
    Publication Date:
    Copyright: 2013
    Pages: 75
    Type: Trial, Civil 
    Issues: Personal Injury/Wrongful Death
    Level: Basic
    Number of Witnesses: 2p/2d
    Paperback: 9781601562203

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