A $31 million dollar verdict was awarded by a jury to a man who sued after being injured by an unsafe guardrail. The jury ruled in favor of 22-year-old Nicholas Anderson, who was severely injured in a 2004 accident. The Plaintiff swerved to avoid another car and slammed into a guardrail that was said to be not crash-worthy. The guardrail did not stop the vehicle, but punctured the Plaintiff’s driver side door, causing multiple, lasting injuries, including severing his leg below the knee. The award was said to be the largest in the history of Camden County for a motor vehicle accident. The county will appeal.
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