In a case where the trial judge stated that “the witness accounts could not be more different,” a jury returned a defense verdict in favor of G&I client, the Rochester-Genesee Regional Transportation Authority. The case, Dzielski v. Rochester-Genesee Regional Transportation Authority (Supreme Court, Monroe County, Index No. 1432/02, Justice Evelyn Frazee), arose out of an accident which occurred on January 31, 2001, between the plaintiff’s truck and a Lift Line paratransit bus. G&I trial attorney, Mark Young, explained that “the plaintiff’s version of how the accident happened just didn’t conform with the evidence.” The jury deliberated for only one hour before returning the verdict determining that the Lift Line bus operator was not at fault for the accident.