Gwyneth Paltrow appears in court over Utah ski collision
Actor Gwyneth Paltrow has been accused of fleeing the scene after she plowed into a retired doctor, seriously injuring him.
Paltrow says she was hit from behind by another skier who suffered minor injuries, while Terri Sanderson, 76, a retired optometrist, says Paltrow hit her in a “full-body attack” while skiing down the slopes in Park City, Utah. .
She was left with “permanent traumatic brain injury, four broken ribs, pain, suffering, loss of enjoyment of life, emotional distress and disfigurement” after the film actor and Coop CEO crashed into her. Law & Crime.
The trial will decide who is liable for damages, which started at $3.1m but were reduced to a $300,000 claim against Paltrow. She is seeking one dollar in damages and to cover legal fees.
Witness Craig Ramon testified Tuesday that Ms. Paltrow left “three to four” minutes after the collision and did not come to help Mr. Sanderson, who was face down in the snow and unconscious.
The ski collision case dragged on for years
In a lawsuit spanning several years since the 2016 incident, Sanderson is suing Paltrow for $300,000, claiming the accident in Park City was caused by negligence and that she suffered physical injuries and emotional distress.
At ski resorts, the downhill skier has the right of way, so the central question in the case was who was further down the initial run at the time of the collision. Both Paltrow and Sanderson claim in court filings that they were further downhill when the other bumped into them.
Sanderson also accused Deer Valley and its employees of engaging in a “cover-up” by not providing complete information about incident reports and not following resort safety policies.
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Retired optometrist Terry Sanderson suffered injuries including ‘permanent traumatic brain injury’ and ‘four broken ribs’.
Mr Sanderson, 76, says the film actor and Coop CEO was the man who crashed into him and left him with “permanent traumatic brain injury, four broken ribs, pain, suffering, loss of enjoyment of life, emotional disfigurement,” according to Suffering and Disintegration. Law & Crime.
Mr Sanderson was 69 at the time of the incident.
They both now go to trial to determine who is responsible for paying damages, scheduled to begin on March 21
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The defense alleges that the incident was caught in Kopro, but the evidence was not handed over
During opening arguments Tuesday, the defense argued that Sanderson sent the link to her daughter on the day of the crash.
“Dad, I can’t get over how unfortunate and how crazy this is … I’m so glad you’re okay,” his daughter said.
Mr Sanderson’s lawyers did not refer to the alleged recording of the incident.
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The defense seeks to downplay the retired optometrist’s claims of serious injuries
The defense instructed the jury not to “feel sorry” for Mr Sanderson.
In an attempt to undermine the plaintiff’s claim, Gwyneth Paltrow’s lawyers alleged that Mr Sanderson had traveled to more than a dozen countries since the 2016 ski accident.
The defense argued that Terry Sanderson was exaggerating the extent of his injuries, saying that the brain damage that caused him to be brain dead was actually the result of aging and pre-existing brain damage.
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Gwyneth Paltrow claims she was assaulted by a retired optometrist
Actor Gwyneth Paltrow’s day on the slopes in Park City, Utah was cut short seven years ago when she collided with another person coming down the hill and had to take a break.
On February 26, 2016, she was climbing the mountain when another skier crashed into her from behind. She suffered minor injuries, for which the man immediately apologized.
According to him, Terry Sanderson, 76, a retired optometrist, said he could not clearly remember what happened after the “full body attack”. But for Ms. Paltrow, the incident is clear as day.
His version of events is different.
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Judge reprimands journalist for photographing Gwyneth Paltrow in courtroom of Sky collision trial
Ms Paltrow’s lawyers complained that a photographer had taken pictures of her in front of the courtroom.
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Who is Plaintiff Terry Sanderson?
On February 26, 2016, Paltrow and Dr. Terry Sanderson hit the slopes of Flagstaff Mountain, part of the Deer Valley Resort near Park City, Utah, on an inaugural course known as the Bandana Run.
Mr Sanderson filed for damages in January 2019, seeking $300,000 in compensation for his injuries, prompting Paltrow to file a counter-suit in which he is seeking a symbolic $1 and her legal costs if she wins.
Mr Sanderson smashed the film star on the slopes after racing downhill. “Out of Control” method, according to Court TV.
He alleged that she left him with “permanent traumatic brain injury, four broken ribs, pain, suffering, loss of enjoyment of life, mental anguish and disfigurement”.
In her complaint, the plaintiff contends Paltrow “got up, turned and skidded off,” leaving her “stunned, lying on the snow, and seriously injured” without calling for help.
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The investigation into the 2016 ski accident isn’t the only controversy facing the coupe mogul.
The IndependentKate Eng’s statement:
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Gwyneth Paltrow leaves court after the first day of the ski accident trial
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Gwyneth Paltrow’s husband Brad Palchuk and kids, Apple and Moses, to testify
The actor’s lawyer, Stephen Owens, told the court that his trip to Deer Valley was “an emotional issue” for Paltrow following the death of his father in 2002.
“So it’s an emotional issue because she started to get back into skiing and she wanted her children to learn the same way she did,” Mr Owens said in his opening argument.
Ms Paltrow’s current husband, Mr Falchuk, 52, was in Utah on the day of the accident, she told the court.
“And [Falchuk] Gwyneth has children the same age as her daughter and son,” Mr Vance told the court. “It’s really their first trip as a mix, to see if it might work. So it’s a special time and it’s a beautiful day.
Mr Owens described the 26 February 2016 ski group, “She, Brad, her husband who you’re going to hear from now, her daughter Apple, who you’re going to hear from, Moses, who you’re going to hear from. “
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