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Shawn Michaels broke his back in a Casket match against The Undertaker, at the Royal Rumble in 1998. It was the injury that kept him out of active competition for over four years.

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Bret Hart Set To File Lawsuit Against Insurance Company
Former WWE superstar and wrestling legend Bret Hart seems to be set to file a lawsuit against world renowned insurance company Lloyd's Of London, over an unpaid disability claim.

Here's the scoop (from PWInsider.Com):

"Former WWE superstar Bret Hart is preparing to get into a legal battle with insurance company Lloyd's of London in a $2.2-million lawsuit. The claim is accusing the insurance firm of refusing to pay the former WWE & WCW Champion disability claim over the career-ending concussion he suffered while wrestling Bill Goldberg at Starrcade '99, according to an article in today's Globe and Mail Newspaper.

The lawsuit seeks more than $1.2-million in unpaid disability benefits and another $1-million in punitive and aggravated damages for breach of duties.
"Lloyd's have not denied the claim, but they haven't paid it either," said Kenneth Staroszik, indentified as Hart's lawyer in the article. "Things are just going so slow that we've decided we have to start an action."

Lloyd's of London was informed of the injury that Hart suffered when he was released from WCW back in October 2000. According to Stariszif, Hart has seen a neurologist working on behalf of Lloyd's but there has been no further movement beyond that and trading information."

2004-Mar-27 08:20 pm by Mr Taco
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