Apollo's Chariot E-Stop Results in Multiple "Injuries"

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The case is proceeding with a court date set for June 2020.
 

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The fact that this is going to trial shows that seas probably isn’t looking to settle. They either feel really good about their chances or the plaintiff is asking too much
He is only reportedly asking for 75 grand plus court cost. So my guess is that it's that they feel good about their chances and that they might also be afraid of settling and settling a precedent for future cases.
 

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Corporations almost ALWAYS settle, so I'm guessing they have compelling evidence that his claim is bogus (maybe g-recordings or video footage of the stop).
Another possibility that has crossed my mind is that he did suffer those injuries but that they were related to previous problems. I can see where it would be in the company's best interests to fight hard to prevent a case of someone with possible previous back related issues from suing claiming it was a coaster that hurt them. Disclaimer I have NO info in that just throwing out a POSSIBLE reason.
 
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