T. W. was jogging in his residential neighborhood when Feaman’s dog jumped on him, knocking him to the ground. As a result, T.W. injured his shoulder, which ultimately required replacement surgery.
M. D. was the front seat passenger in a rental vehicle driven by a friend of his. The driver had been drinking, lost control of the vehicle and collided with a sign-post, killing himself and M. D., and grievously injuring the back-seat passenger. The defendant owned an operated a gas station that supplied beer to the underage driver.
B. B. was a guest at defendant’s nightclub when he was attacked by club employees, and suffered a traumatic brain injury.