The plaintiff was a tenant living in a residential property owned by the defendant. She was walking from the front porch of the property when she was struck by an overhead beam that fell from the eaves over the porch. The plaintiff claimed that the beam struck her with 3,800 pounds of force and caused her to sustain a mild traumatic brain injury. The plaintiff sustained a deviated septum requiring surgery, and experienced severe headaches, a compressed neck, back and shoulder injuries, facial scarring, memory impairment, vision impairment, tinnitus, depression and anxiety. The defendant contended the plaintiff did not sustain a mild traumatic brain injury and acknowledged she sustained a severe nose injury and would benefit from future counseling and psychological treatment. The plaintiff sought $2.2 million from the jury. Following a 10-day trial the jury returned a verdict of $90,101, consisting of $10,630 in past expenses, $69,471 in future medical expenses, and $10,000 in past noneconomic damages.