JEREMY RENNER: WAS IT THE SNOWPLOW’S FAULT?

After nearly getting crushed to death and breaking 30 bones in that snowplow accident on January 1, Jeremy Renner is focused on the long recovery ahead of him, and of course he’s exploring his legal options. Jeremy is no stranger to litigation – his divorce from ex-wife Sonni Pacheco was anything but “conscious uncoupling” with his and hers lawsuits. When he’s not having surgery or therapy, Jeremy is consulting experts to confirm if his snowplow had a mechanical malfunction- such as a nonworking brake light. A friend says he hasn’t made any decisions on a lawsuit, but he’s hinted he could lose hundreds of millions of dollars in income if his recovery keeps him out of work for as long as expected.

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3 thoughts on “JEREMY RENNER: WAS IT THE SNOWPLOW’S FAULT?

  1. Definitely he should check to see if there were mechanical issues that caused these horrific injuries. Remember poor Anton Yelchin, of Star Trek fame who was crushed to death by his own SUV?

  2. I really like Jeremy Renner as a celeb, but hey — wasn’t this his own fault?

  3. The pisten bully is a very large and heavy piece of machinery like 12000 pounds. it has safety features built in to prevent it slipping out of gearr

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