Gwyneth Paltrow Wins Ski Crash Trial For $1 - Plaintiff Regrets The Lawsuit
The trial about an accident Gwyneth Paltrow had while skiing in Utah in 2016 ended on Thursday. The jury decided that Gwyneth Paltrow wins ski crash trial which happened in 2016. After a short discussion, the jury decided that plaintiff Terry Sanderson was 100% to blame for the accident.
After a short discussion, the jury decided that plaintiff Terry Sanderson was 100% to blame for the accident. The decision came down to which party the jury thought was higher on the slopes when the accident happened.
After eight days of testimony in Park City, the Oscar-winning actress and wellness mogul was found not to be responsible in a lawsuit filed by retired optometrist Dr. Terry Sanderson. Sanderson said that she hit him at Deer Valley Resort in 2016 and caused his ongoing health problems. Paltrow sued back for a symbolic amount of $1.
Gwyneth Paltrow won the civil trial that was about a ski accident in 2016. On Thursday, a Utah jury ruled in Paltrow's favor in her counterclaim against the man who sued her. Paltrow is an Oscar-winning actor and the founder and CEO of Goop.
Terry Sanderson, a retired optometrist, sued Gwyneth Paltrow for injuries he says he got when he and Paltrow got into a fight more than seven years ago at the Deer Valley Resort in Park City, Utah.
In the civil trial, the jury took a little over two hours to decide in Paltrow's favor. She had testified that Sanderson skied into her back as she was coming down the slope from him. On March 21, the case went to court.
Sanderson's lawyer asked the jury to think about his client's brain injury and how long he might live. He asked the jury to give Sanderson $3.2 million. Mr. Sanderson says that the accident at the fancy resort hurt his brain, broke his ribs, and hurt his relationships with his family. During her testimony last week, Paltrow said that she was not to blame for the accident.
Last week, when Paltrow and Sanderson each took the stand, they gave very different accounts of what happened and called a number of medical experts and witnesses to back up their claims. Eric Christiansen, a Deer Valley veteran, and Paltrow's ski instructor at the time of the accident, said Sanderson was to blame for the crash, which happened on a beginner ski run.
Sanderson, for his part, has said that Paltrow ran into him, breaking four of his ribs and giving him a severe head injury with symptoms that lasted for years. Even though there are two different stories, legal experts say the case will likely come down to something more concrete: where Paltrow and Sanderson were on the mountain right before the crash.
Before the jury went to think about the case, Sanderson's lawyer, Robert Sykes, argued against the idea that Sanderson brought the case to court to get attention and become famous. Owens, on the other hand, said at the end that it was a matter of right and wrong for Paltrow and that it would be "easy" for her to "write a check and be done with it," but that would be "wrong."
Now that the trial for the ski accident involving Gwyneth Paltrow is over, the person who started it all, plaintiff Terry Sanderson, says he feels bad about what he did. As he left the courtroom on Thursday after being found at fault for the accident, he was asked if he thought the lawsuit was worth the trouble. He said, "Absolutely not."He told reporters, "I'm gonna be on the internet forever."
After eight days of live-streamed courtroom testimony that made the case a pop culture obsession, the judge has made his decision. Gwyneth Paltrow wins ski crash trial about a ski accident that happened in 2016 at a fancy Utah ski resort.
A jury decided that the actress was not to blame for the accident. Terry Sanderson, a retired optometrist, sued Gwyneth Paltrow for injuries he got when the two of them crashed on a beginner run at Deer Valley ski resort. But a jury threw out his case.