A man who claims he suffered brain injuries in a car crash has been awarded more than $10,000 by a British court for personal injury and wrongful death.
Lawyer Adam Glynn, 47, of Llanelli, County Antrim, died in hospital on Monday following a collision with a car.
He had been wearing a helmet at the time of the crash.
He claimed his head hit the back of the car while trying to stop the car from hitting him.
The court heard Mr Glynn was wearing a head-protection vest at the wheel of the vehicle and a number of injuries were reported.
It was decided Mr Glynne was entitled to a total of £50,076 from a civil claim for personal injuries.
The verdicts came after Mr Gannon, of Auchy Road, Llanelgwyn, Co Derry, appeared in court on Tuesday morning where he denied any wrongdoing.
Mr Glynn said his personal injuries had been caused by the impact of the impact on his head and neck and were “extremely serious”.
The hearing concluded with the jury awarded the damages for the injury to Mr Gagan as well as Mr Gillen for wrongful death and the damage to his estate.
Mr Gillen’s lawyer said he would appeal against the verdicts.
He said he had been “extremely disappointed” with the verdict.
He added that Mr Gilleen’s personal injury claims would be “very difficult” as they involved the “possibility of his head being broken”.
A statement from the Limerick Road and Enniskillen Road District Court said the verdict was “not a decision that will bring Mr Golan back to life”.
The court had heard the crash happened on May 24, 2016, and Mr Giloley had been driving in Llanellga, County Armagh.
Mr Kogan told the court the collision occurred at around 1:30pm when Mr Gillyan was driving in a northbound car.
A number of vehicles had been involved in the crash, including two Audi R8s, and a silver Toyota Corolla.
Mr Kenny said he noticed the car had a rear bumper injury and was driving around the corner to avoid it.
He was travelling southbound when the car went into the lane where he was going.
Mr Kennedy said the car then turned left and collided with another car in the lane, causing the two cars to roll over.
He described the scene as a “catastrophe” and said it had been an “incredibly traumatic experience for everybody involved”.
Mr Kennedy told the jury that his client was “devastated” by what had happened.
Mr Jovan, Mr Gann, Mr Kennedy and Mr Kennedy’s partner also attended the court on the same day.
Mr Garraway, who also spoke to the jury, said Mr Kennedy was “deeply saddened” by the accident and was “so angry at the state of his partner’s wellbeing”.
Mr Garroway said Mr Garroways family had been in hospital with a broken arm and he had a fractured collarbone.
He told the jurors: “It’s been a very difficult couple of weeks for the family and the wider community.
They’ve been trying to cope with a lot of personal trauma.”
Mr Garrote told the hearing that the couple had been planning to marry but they decided to get married on April 1 this year.
The judge said Mr Giller had told his family he was considering moving to a different area of Llangollen.
He gave Mr Garrote a copy of the court decision and said he accepted the decision.
He adjourned the case until June 30.