A 35-year-old man who suffered a traumatic brain injury after a one-car crash on an icy road in 2013 has settled his workers’ compensation claim with the city of Middletown for $2 million.

Attorneys for public works department truck driver Jairo Solis and the city negotiated for several years before agreeing on the settlement April 2. The two sides differed strongly on the “coming and going rule” within the workers’ compensation guidelines, which stalled negotiations several times.

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