Skier injured on intermediate run at Vail sues “negligent” snowboarder |

Skier injured on intermediate run at Vail sues “negligent” snowboarder

California woman had broken ribs, collarbone after being struck on The Star trail

VAIL, CO - April 06: Snowboarders rip the corduroy at the Vail Resort April 06, 2016.
Andy Cross / The Denver Post

A California woman has sued a snowboarder who plowed into her from behind at Vail Ski Resort, causing severe injuries, including broken bones.

Hsu Chiang Chou sued Philip Moroco II in Denver U.S. District Court on Thursday for a collision that happened Jan. 17 on Vail Mountain, according to the lawsuit filed Thursday by Denver attorney Russell Hatten.

Hsu Chou is seeking reimbursement for economic and non-economic damages and lawsuit costs including attorneys fees. Damages exceed $75,000, according to the lawsuit. Hsu Chou suffered clavicle and rib fractures, the lawsuit says.

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