Timothy Kesselring v. Gunna Voight, et al.: A former marathon runner who developed back problems after getting rear-ended on Interstate 95 was recently awarded nearly $273,000 by a New Haven judge following a hearing in damages.

The plaintiff will come away with less money, however, as the parties used the verdict to reach a separate settlement that factored in workers’ compensation liens and insurance policy limits.

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