$1.2 million verdict in distracted-driving case
More proof that driving and dialing is never a good idea.
In 2007, a bread delivery truck driver who was on his cell phone crashed into the vehicle of Michael Wills, who was on his way to work in Wabasha, Minn. Wills suffered a brain injury and shoulder and neck and knee injuries, and has since had memory problems.
Personal injury lawyer Harry Sieben took the case to trial and received a verdict of $1.2 million.
See the original article that appeared in SuperLawyers Blog.