The lawyer for a young accident victim whose $510,000 verdict was apportioned to a $306,000 damages award said he was pleased that his client was able to tell her story to a jury that realized the hardships she faced both before and after the incident.

Alwyn Fredericks said his client, Tikinna Johnson, was a tiny, mentally challenged woman of 23 when she was struck by a car on Moreland Avenue as she was walking to cash her paycheck from her minimum-wage job cleaning up at a Wendy’s restaurant.

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