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Mom loses disability case after winning tree-throwing competition

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In Ireland, a woman named Kamila Grabska sued an insurance agency for over $800,000, claiming a car crash caused debilitating neck and back pain.

She said she couldn’t work for five years due to the injuries. However, evidence emerged of her participating in a Christmas tree-throwing competition and playing with a dog, suggesting her injuries were exaggerated.

The judge dismissed her case after reviewing the photos and video evidence.

Grabska’s lawsuit stemmed from a car accident where her car was rear-ended, allegedly leaving her unable to care for her children or do household chores.

She quit her job, received disability payments, and sought compensation for lost income. Despite her claims of severe pain, the court found the evidence of her physical activities contradictory to her reported injuries.

The judge described a photo of Grabska throwing a large Christmas tree as “very graphic,” leading to the dismissal of her case. Grabska denied fabricating her injuries in court, stating she was trying to live a normal life.

“It is a very large, natural Christmas tree and it is being thrown by her in a very agile movement. I’m afraid I cannot but conclude the claims were entirely exaggerated. On that basis, I propose to dismiss the claim,” the judge said.

Despite her assertions of genuine suffering, the court found her actions inconsistent with her reported physical limitations.

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