Mansour v. Spirit Airlines Inc., 010510 MIWC, 2010-124
|Case Date:||January 05, 2010|
bordercolor="#111111">EXHIBITS (Continued) Defendants - Spirit Airlines
1. Deposition Transcript – Dr. Samet admitted 2. Deposition Transcript – Dr. Ancell admitted 3. Medical Records from Dr. Riabova admitted 4. Medical Records from Dr. Zouabi admitted 5. Medical Records from Concentra admitted 6. Medical Records from Annapolis Hospital admitted 7. Medical Records from Dr. Khoury admitted 8. Medical Records - St. Mary Mercy Hospital admitted 9. Medical Records from Dr. Bono admitted 10. Medical Records – Oakwood Hospital admitted 11. Medical Records – Eastwood Clinic not admitted (not relevant) 12. Medical Records – Mich. Institute of Pain Mgmt. admitted
bordercolor="#111111" width="341">WITNESSES TESTIFYING LIVE AT TRIAL Plaintiff Yasser M. Mansour Defendants - Spirit Airlines Ibrahim Khaled Richard Strain HEARING DATES October 20, 2009, November 3, 2009, November 12, 2009, December 1, 2009 SUMMARY OF TRIAL TESTIMONY Plaintiff testified that he was born XXXXX He was born in Lebanon where he finished high school. After high school he took courses in electrical engineering. He came to the United States in 1981/1982. In 1987/1988 he married Amol. They have two children, Zahra, born xxxx and Nadia, born xxxx. His daughters live with him and he supports them. While he worked at Spirit Airlines his wife babysat, earning $200 weekly. Plaintiff provided more than 50% of her support. Upon arriving in the United States plaintiff worked at various gas stations where he sold and pumped gas. He earned $5.00 to $6.00 an hour. Right before he started working for defendant he was a gas station manager. His employer owned several stations. Plaintiff made sure the inventory was full and the accounting was correct. He supervised the employees. At one point plaintiff moved to Florida for six months. He worked at a store stocking shelves. He lifted bags of dog and cat food. He has taken four semesters of classes at Wayne County Community College. While working at a gas station he was shot. The bullet logged by his heart and could not be removed. At the time, he was told he had six months to live. Plaintiff...
A. Deposition transcript – Dr. Mayer admitted B. Deposition transcript – Mr. Hostetler admitted C. Surveillance CD admitted D. Surveillance CD admitted E. Surveillance Report admitted
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