$10M jury award in Domino’s Pizza wrongful-death lawsuit

Richard Wiederhold was paralyzed from the chest down after a Domino’s delivery driver attempted to merge into his westbound lane. Wiederhold swerved to avoid a collision but his car flipped and hit a tree. He died from blood clots in his lungs 15 months later. He was a district fire chief in Brevard County and a former Winter Park firefighter.

An Orange County jury awarded more than $10 million in the wrongful-death case, holding the Michigan-based Domino’s Pizza parent company liable for the crash. Yvonne Wiederhold, Richard’s wife, will receive 90 percent of the $10 million verdict, about $9 million. The damages are for mental anguish, loss of companionship and pain and suffering. Domino’s had already agreed to pay for Richard’s medical expenses.

To read the entire article, follow this link: http://www.orlandosentinel.com/news/breaking-news/os-dominos-pizza-lawsuit-richard–wiederhold-20160411-story.html

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