Plaintiff Paralyzed in Motorcycle Accident Settles Morris County, NJ Lawsuit for $2.52 Million

Plaintiff Paralyzed in Motorcycle Accident Settles Morris County, NJ Lawsuit for $2.52 Million
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A plaintiff who was partially paralyzed in a motorcycle accident recently settled his New Jersey personal injury lawsuit for $2.52 million. The accident occured in Randolph, NJ when the plaintiff motorcyclist was hit head-on by a car attempting to make a turn across a lane of traffic. Among other injuries, plaintiff sustained a dislocation of his spine at the meeting of the thoracic and lumbar levels, as well as damage to his spinal cord. Plaintiff has paralysis in one leg and only partial function in the other. He has been unable to return to work as a machine operator. Because the case settlement was over $2 million, it required judicial approval.