Albert Haynesworth Paralyzed a Boy - Don't Forget That

The Help Corey Edmondson Fund was established to raise cash for a 25-year-old injured in a car accident with Washington Redskin Albert Haynesworth.

Edmondson is unable to walk, work and pay his bills since the car crash on Dec. 13.

Haynesworth was driving a 2008 black Ferrari on I-65 near at speeds in excess of 100mph when he tried to pass and clipped a 1999 Mercury Grand Marquis driven by Edmondson. Corey lost control of his car and smashed into a concrete wall. The collision left black paint from Haynesworth's car on Edmondson's driver side.

The $100 million dollar face stomping man, Haynesworth, was charged with careless driving and cited for driving a vehicle that had an expired registration - four days after he was sentenced to probation for driving 103mph on I-65...

The picture below is Corey's.

Fund set up for Haynesworth accident victim





From Help Corey:

As Haynesworth agrees to a $100 million deal with the Washington Redskins, making him the highest paid defensive player in the NFL, Corey D. Edmondson is still unable to pay his household expenses stemming from the accident on December 13, 2008.

Corey (25-year-old) has been unable to walk, work or pay his mounting medical and household bills since the collision when Haynesworth’s 2008 black Ferrari stuck Edmondson’s car at a high rate of speed forcing Edmondson’s 1999 Mercury to crash into a concrete wall. After having multiple surgeries, he ultimately required hip replacement surgery. Edmondson still can only move by wheelchair or walker. To date, Edmondson’s medical and pharmacy bills exceed $230,000 and continue to increase.

Many of Corey’s co-workers at Belk, as well as other concerned friends and relatives, have been wanting to assist Corey with his expenses as he awaits resolution of his claims against Haynesworth so the ‘Help Corey Edmondson Fund’ has been established at Reliant Bank to help Corey.

Haynesworth was witnessed traveling at speeds in excess of 100 miles per hour after he entered I-65 and immediately began to move quickly in and out of lanes attempting to pass other vehicles in his way. Haynesworth tried to pass Corey’s vehicle on the right, but another vehicle was in the way. Haynesworth slammed on his brakes and abruptly crossed multiple lanes into the inside lane next to the concrete barrier wall. Accelerating his Ferrari up to speeds in excess of 100 miles per hour, Haynesworth tried to pass Mr. Edmondson and crossed into his lane suddenly and without warning, striking Mr. Edmondson’s driver side. This collision, which left black paint from Haynesworth’s Ferrari on Mr. Edmondson’s driver side, caused Mr. Edmondson to slam into the concrete median wall resulting in severe injuries to Mr. Edmondson and totaling his vehicle.

Mr. Haynesworth was traveling at such a high rate of speed that he was unable to stop until well beyond the accident. Haynesworth admitted to the investigating officer at the scene that his Ferrari struck Mr. Edmondson’s vehicle.

Haynesworth’s high speed accident comes just four days after he was sentenced to probation by Williamson County Circuit Court Judge Robbie Beal on December 9, 2008. Haynesworth was on probation for admittedly driving 103 mph in a 70 mph zone on Interstate 65 several months before.

Mr. Edmondson and his family continue to ask for prayers and privacy during this difficult time. Any requests for information should be made to Jon Perry at The Perry Firm, 1896 General George Patton Drive, Franklin, TN 37067, (615) 550-1200 or e-mail JPerry@PerryFirm.com (http://www.perryfirm.com/).

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