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Phyllis A. Bradley v. Toys “R” Us – Delaware, Inc.

Case Conclusion Date: 03.07.2012

Practice Area: Personal injury

Outcome: Verdict of $40,651.78 for the Plaintiff

Description: Plaintiff had been struck in the head by a falling stroller at the Toys R Us store on Highway 153 in Chattanooga on September 2, 2008. Toy R Us admitted liablity but contested the nature and extent of injury. She suffered from head pain and burning on her head, with electrical like zaps. The medical term for these conditions is posttraumatic injury to the nerve, scalp region which is resulting in the abnormal dysesthesias, paresthesias, with characteristics of complex regional pain syndrome, according to Dr. David Rankine. Hamilton Circuit Court, Chattanooga, TN.

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