Florida Equestrian Rides High to $3.5M Verdict Over Progressive's Social Media Defense
Progressive admitted liability but contested the damages arguing that two years after the crash, the plaintiff was well enough to compete in horseback riding competitions and the injuries were not severe.
August 21, 2023 at 06:00 AM
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Attorneys for the largest U.S. commercial insurer arrived at a Miami state court with social media videos of a former equestrian title champion riding her horse skillfully post-auto collision.
But, jurors returned a multimillion-dollar award to the 24-year-old, whose counsel’s trial strategy embraced the videos head-on.
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