Woman Loses $800,000 Disability Lawsuit after News Report Shows Her Winning a Tree-Throwing Competition

A woman has lost over $800,000 from a personal injury case after she filed a lawsuit claiming to have been left disabled from a car crash.

However, 36-year-old Kamila Grabska lost out on her big payday after a local news report showed the mom from Ireland entering and winning a Christmas tree-throwing competition.

Grabska sued an insurance agency in the country, RSA Insurance, after a 2017 car crash.

She claimed the injuries she suffered during the crash caused her debilitating neck and back pain, the Irish Independent reported.

Grabska said her injuries had prevented her from holding down a job for five years

The car accident was the result of someone hitting Grabska’s car from the rear.

It allegedly left her unable to carry her young children or complete household chores.

Grabska, a mom of two from the town of Ennis in County Clare, quit her job shortly after, Irish media reports.

She received disability payments and argued that her previous and future lost income totaled more than $500,000, according to the Telegraph.

Newspaper reports, however, soon surfaced of Grabska competing in a Christmas tree-throwing event on Jan. 8, 2018.

This was nearly a year after the accident supposedly left her with “disabling pain” and before she filed the lawsuit.

The Irish High Court reviewed a photo of Grabska launching a tree.

The judge, Carmel Stewart, described the image as a “very graphic picture,” according to the Telegraph.

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The competition involves people throwing roughly 5-foot spruce trees as far as they are able.

The court also reportedly reviewed a video recorded last year of Grabska playing with a Dalmatian in a dog park for more than an hour, media reports show.

The judge ruled to dismiss the case following the review of photos and video.

“It is a very large, natural Christmas tree and it is being thrown by her in a very agile movement,” the judge said, according to the Irish Independent.

“. I’m afraid I cannot but conclude the claims were entirely exaggerated.

“On that basis, I propose to dismiss the claim.”

Grabska denied that she faked her injuries while in court, according to the Telegraph.

She argues that she only entered the tree-throwing competition because she is “trying to live a normal life.”

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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