Jonesboro, GA— Trial is scheduled to begin next week against a trucking firm accused of responsibility for a 2015 motorcycle crash that injured a Georgia man. Stevens v. J.R.K. Trucking, et al., 2018-CV-01518.
According to documents filed in the case, Ronnie Stevens claims he crashed his motorcycle when a dump truck driven by J.R.K. Trucking’s Donald Parks struck an orange construction barrel and sent it into Stevens’s path. Stevens claims the crash, on I-75 in Henry County, broke his ankle and wrist.
Stevens is seeking $178,000 in past medical expenses alone, plus other compensatories and punitives, according to court records.
J.R.K. and Parks contend the dump truck driver did not cause the accident.
Stevens is represented by Fried Rogers Goldberg’s Michael Goldberg and Eric Rogers.
J.R.K. and Parks are represented by Waldon Adelman Castilla Hiestand & Prout’s Trevor Hiestand and Steven Wilson.
Trial, with Clayton County State Court Judge Margaret Spencer presiding, is expected to take 3-4 days.
CVN will cover the trial gavel-to-gavel and provide updates via the news page.
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