Personal Injury Lawsuit Award Of $587,000 Awarded To Ohio Traffic Flagger Who Suffered Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD) & Loss of Use Of Arm After Construction Truck Accident

December 15, 2010

Personal Injury Lawsuit Award Of $587,000 Awarded To Ohio Traffic Flagger Who Was Hit In Shoulder By A Construction Truck & Developed Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy & Loss of Use of His Arm.

A personal injury lawsuit award of $587,00 has been awarded by a jury in Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court in Ohio to a traffic flagger in a personal injury lawsuit against Bencin Material Hauling (“Bencin” or “Defendant”) who allegedly was injured when a construction truck owned and operated by Bencin Material Hauling hit him in the left shoulder while he was directing traffic, purportedly causing him to develop reflex sympathetic dystrophy (RSD) and the loss of use of his left arm, according to a personal injury lawsuit news report.

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    Graham Huneycutt April 5, 2012 at 6:13 pm

    There is no excuse for a human flagger being on a US roadway. In 2009 the Federal Highway Administration included specifications for an Automated Flagger (AFAD) to the Manual Uniform Traffic Code (MUTCD). This device removes human flaggers from the roadway and eliminates human flagger errors. Contractors using human flaggers are taking an unnecessary risk.

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