Wisconsin Man Files Personal Injury Lawsuit After Bar Attack

According to the lawsuit, Frischkorn has claimed that he was a guest at the bar when Webb allegedly attacked him, beat him and severely injured him in his face and his body. A Monroe County, Wisconsin man has filed a personal injury lawsuit against an individual who allegedly attacked him while he was enjoying a beverage at a St. Clair County bar, according to the Madison Record.

Nathan C. Frischkorn filed the lawsuit on August 8 against several defendants, including the Karban's Knotty Pines Tavern and the individual who allegedly attacked him, Terry A. Webb, reported the news source.

According to the lawsuit, Frischkorn has claimed that he was a guest at the bar when Webb allegedly attacked him, beat him and severely injured him in his face and his body. He has alleged that this assault occurred due to the the severe levels of intoxication at which Webb had alledgedly been.

Frischkorn has noted that the attack has allegedly left him unable to perform many of the duties that are necessary for him to do at his work, along with severe pain and anguish that allegedly were caused by the blows to the face and body that he received, reported the Record.

The Monroe County resident is seeking a judgement of more than $300,000, plus the costs and other relief that the court may see as just, according to the lawsuit.

Another personal injury lawsuit was filed in Syracuse, Ohio, after a local resident has alleged that he was tasered several times by the local police department, the Pomeroy Daily Sentinel reported.

Paul D. Clay filed the lawsuit against the local police chief, two deputies, the county and the town where the alleged incident occurred. He is seeking compensation for physical injury and other damages due to the alleged pain that he has suffered since the arrest, reported the news source.

According to the lawsuit, the officers went to Clay's property to place the individual under arrest and then allegedly proceeded to tase the man three times. These alleged acts had led to pain and suffering for the Syracuse resident.

Clay and his wife are seeking restitution in excess of $25,000 for the compensatory damages, along with more than $25,000 for punitive damages. The alleged incident has led to the Syracuse resident having to spend a significant amount of money on hospital visits and medications that he allegedly needs because of the incident, according to the Sentinel.