A federal jury in Atlanta turned back a woman’s claims that a defective bicycle helmet caused her traumatic brain injuries during a fall, delivering a defense verdict in a failure-to-warn case where the plaintiff asked for more than $17 million in damages.

According to court filings, Kirsten Walker has incurred more than $800,000 in medical bills since the 2012 incident, when she fell during an amateur triathlon.

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