NEW YORK - A New York man who was hit by a police vehicle was billed for damage to the patrol car, according to a New York Daily News report.
The police department says the bill was sent in error, but 25-year-old Jesse Zorski believe the bill was a push back to the lawsuit that the victim filed in order to get his health bills covered.
Zorski, who is deaf, said the police car hit him in the left leg, then he smashed into the side mirror and landed on his wrist when he hit the ground in April.
Official reports say the police car had the right of way, but Zorski says he did.
He also says his that his hearing aid, and the fact that he had two beers had nothing to do with the accident.
After his mother paid the $1,200 medical bill, they sued for that amount to get the money.
Some time after, Zorski received a $1,028.08 to cover the cost of repairs to the patrol unit.
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