Jury agrees that low-impact collision was not proximate cause of injury

Rear-end collision was not the cause of the Plaintiff’s claimed injuries. Plaintiff claimed significant injuries to his back, neck and headaches following a car accident. Mohammed Nofal argued that the low-impact collision was not the proximate cause of the injury, and also disputed the nature and extent of the injuries. The jury agreed – and returned a defense verdict.

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