Brain Injury: Jury Verdict of Nearly $3 Million for Pedestrian Hit by A-Frame Sign


HSH is pleased to report our most recent trial victory, for a wonderful and very deserving client.

JP was walking down King Street in downtown Toronto on a windy day, when an A-Frame sign, placed on the sidewalk by a condo developer and their contractor, blew into JP.  The force of this IMPACT fractured bones in JP's face and knocked JP backwards onto the sidewalk, smashing the back of her head and knocking her unconscious. As a result, JP sustained a brain injury and has been unable to return to work.

After a trial that lasted almost 5 weeks, the jury returned a verdict of over $3 million, PLUS  prejudgment interest and costs.

Everyone at HSH congratulates our client and the team that worked tirelessly to achieve this amazing result, including Adam Wagman, Brad Moscato, Jim Howie, Kaitlyn MacDonell and Donna Moscattini.

For more information about this case and the trial, click here, or feel free to contact Adam Wagman or Brad Moscato

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