Stewart Casper, in another traumatic brain injury matter, was able to negotiate a $6.695 million settlement for a 45-year-old woman, her husband, and her two teenage boys for a moderate brain injury she sustained when her car was T-boned in Middlebury, Connecticut by a repair van, which was owned by an appliance repair company whose driver failed to stop for a red light. The woman sustained bilateral subdural hygromas, a brain contusion with hemorrhaging, and loss of consciousness. Her injuries necessitated surgery to relieve the pressure building on her brain. As a result of her traumatic brain injuries, she experienced numerous cognitive deficits: retrograde and anterograde amnesia, and deficits in attention, memory, executive function, and verbal and written expression and comprehension. She required extensive hospitalization and rehabilitation. Because the driver negligently ran a stoplight, our traumatic brain attorneys were able to settle for more, as punitive damages would likely have been assessed in court.