Fresno man hit by delivery truck wins lawsuit
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- Sears and another company will have to pay a 75-year-old Fresno man almost $4-million after a Sears delivery truck hit him.
Surveillance video shows the Sears truck blow through a stop sign and crash into a pickup truck at Shields and Grantland.
Mamoru Maseba was badly injured in the crash. His attorney, Warren Paboojian, says Maseba had two brain surgeries and has trouble walking now.
A jury decided Sears and the contractor that owned the delivery truck should pay medical expenses, plus $3.5-million in damages.
Action News contacted lawyers for Sears, but they had no comment.
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