A case I got called for jury duty on was regarding the damages part of a car accident. The guy had admitted fault but the plaintiff rejected the damage amount the insurance company was willing to pay. So she sued the guy personally. The plaintiff was a morbidly obese woman who likely already had severe back and health issues before getting hit. I was booted by the defense right after I said my wife got rear ended at a stop light by a guy that was looking at the police cruiser across the street rather than the road. I know NC is a rare "contributory negligence" state. Before getting booted, it had already occurred to me that this morbidly obese woman's physical condition caused her injuries more than the car accident. Can one even consider that in such a case? The case form VA reminded me of this. In that case, the person who died was 4'11" and 330 pounds, died of a heart attack, not her injuries. She was a walking dead person already. Typical of the ANTIFA-feminist wackos.