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Goose Attack

An Ohio man claims in state court that three companies responsible for an HVAC supply location allowed a full-grown goose to build a nest near the entrance, and the goose flew at him and knocked him the ground while he was picking up parts.

COLUMBUS, Ohio – An Ohio man claims in state court that three companies responsible for an HVAC supply location allowed a full grown goose to build a nest near the entrance, and the goose flew at him and knocked him the ground while he was picking up parts.

The plaintiff is Patrick Tabor. The defendants are R.E. Michel Co. LLC; Schwartz Rental LLC; AS Development Co. Inc.; Sarah Morrison, administrator of the Bureau of Workers' Compensation; and John Does 1-10.

Categories / Personal Injury

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