Brain Injury Legal Cases

John G. Ostrowski and Dolores Ostrowski v. Cape Transit Corp.

In this traumatic brain injury case, The New Jersey Superior Court, Appellate Division, found that the defendant’s presentation of expert medical opinion testimony that the plaintiff was faking his symptoms of a serious brain injury, constituted an attack on his character for truthfulness. As such,

Brent Cerny’s brain injury might not be as visible as a broken arm, but it makes his life a daily struggle, his brother told the Omaha World Herald. The Herald reported: “Brent, now 26, last week lost a Nebraska Supreme Court appeal of a lawsuit in which he sought $2 million in damages from the Cedar Bluffs Public Schools over his 1995 football injury.”
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