A woman, Patricia, lost control of her vehicle while traveling along SR 91 in California. She was able to regain control of her car within lanes #3 and #4 and come to a stop. She then began backing up in order to straighten out her vehicle in the second lane when another car struck her from behind.
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The crash caused Patricia to become unconscious. Bystanders were able to remove her from the car before paramedics arrived at the scene. Patricia's lawyers argued the accident was caused because the other car had failed to avoid Patricia.
Her injuries consisted of broken ribs, liver and thyroid lacerations and Diffuse Axonal Injury with severe intracranial hemorrhaging. DAI is a common car accident
brain injury; also called shearing it causes damage to individual nerve cells and loss of connections through neurons. This leads to a breakdown of overall communications within the brain. A settlement of $1 million was agreed upon.