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Horse Trainer Collects $291K After Car Crash

Injuries reined in career working with Olympic show jumpers

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

ibGeorge A. D'Ambrosio v. Brian E. Donaton et al.:/b/i A top-level trainer of horses for the Olympic sport of show jumping received nearly $300,000 from a jury earlier this month after he was injured in a car accident. George A. D'Ambrosio was driving west on Route 35 in Ridgefield in June of 2005 when he was injured in a crash. The defendant turned into his path, and both cars were totaled.

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