WWE Loses Traffic Accident Case, Will Pay Damages Of More Than $300K

Major League Wrestling filed an amended complaint earlier this week.

But despite that, the legal situation for WWE has been looking relatively good since the previous MLW lawsuit was dismissed, requiring the amendment.

Sadly, the good days are coming to an end, at least temporarily, as WWE discovered last week that there was one lawsuit it couldn't win.

Jackson Parsons filed a lawsuit against WWE in 2021 over a traffic incident that occurred in July 2019.

WWE lost the lawsuit. Towards the middle of February, the lawsuit made some progress. 

On February 27, a brief jury trial took place, and on March 3, the verdict was announced.

While the jury found Parsons' to be 65 percent at fault for the occurrence, it also found WWE to be 35 percent at fault.

As a result, the court ordered WWE to pay Parsons $331,800 in damages.



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