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Entergy Found Not Negligent In Personal Injury Trial


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11/17/2008
Brent Adams
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On May 30, the automobile collision trial of Shayna Taylor vs. Entergy et al ended with Entergy being found not negligent. The trial took place in a Judicial Court in Jefferson County, Texas.

In March of 2007, Shayna Taylor filed suit against Entergy after Isaiah Harmon, an employee of the company, allegedly caused a crash that left Taylor with personal injuries after he was negligent in his failure to safely control the truck, provided by Entergy, that he was driving.

The suit alleged that Entergy was negligent because Harmon was operating it during the course and scope of his employment with the company.

Taylor and her attorneys attempted to argue that Entergy was negligent by hiring Harmon and failing to provide him with proper training and supervision.

The jury found neither Taylor nor Entergy to be negligent in the collision.

Taylor sought damages for past and future mental anguish, loss of earnings, impairment, and medical expenses.


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