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J.M., a minor.  On February 5, 2012, seven-year-old J.M. was skiing at Keystone Ski Resort in Summit County, Colorado.  He was wearing a helmet.  Mark Lincenberg skied into J.M. from uphill and behind.  J.M. suffered a right femur fracture, an abrasion to his left cheek, and a concussion.  His right femur fracture had to be surgically repaired, under general anesthesia, with internal fixation on February 6, 2012.  J.M. had to undergo, on August 14, 2012, a second surgery, under general anesthesia, to remove the hardware.  Jake’s medical expenses were $71,807.06.  J.M. fully returned to school and his normal day-to-day activities. The case settled for $252,000.