On August 27, 2013, the wife of a man whose negligent lane change caused their SUV to rollover and cause the wife injuries obtained a $2.6 million post-judgment settlement. In the NJ lawsuit entitled Cengiz v. Cengiz, the wife was not wearing her seatbelt when her husband attempted to change lanes while traveling on Route 9 in Howell. The SUV they were traveling in rolled over, and the wife's leg was partially ejected through the sunroof of the vehicle, resulting in multiple fractures and degloving. At trial, the husband was found 100% liable for his wife's injures by the jury, however the wife was found 80% responsible for her injuries due to her failure to wear a seatbelt. Considering these and other factors, the judgment of $5.3 million was ultimately molded to $2.94 million by the trial court. The wife later settled the case at court-ordered mediation for $2.6 million.