Biker awarded nearly $2 million after crash
A British Columbia Supreme Court judge has awarded a man $1.7 million in damages after a car collided with his motorcycle
Kevin Gray, now 51, was injured Sept. 22, 2018, when Alexandra Lanz turned her vehicle into the path of Gray’s motorcycle, striking him with the front passenger side. Gray was propelled over the handlebars, onto the hood, and then onto the ground.
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Lanz admitted she was negligent and Justice Geoffrey Gomery said there was no dispute that Gray suffered a dislocated left shoulder, fractured right wrist, and a torn ligament in his left wrist.
Where disagreement arose, said the justice, was whether Gray, a Koolhaus video games company art director, also suffered a mild traumatic brain injury.