Australian golf legend Greg Norman is being sued by a Palm Beach County lawn worker who alleges he was hurt in a car crash with Norman.
According to the lawsuit filed in Martin County, where Norman’s Jupiter Island house is located, Albert Carley Landscaping worker Bryan Wetherington claims he suffered an aggravation of an undetermined pre-existing condition, a loss of income and pain and suffering as a result of the accident.
Jack Schneider, the Great White Shark’s lawyer, declined comment, as did Wetherington’s representatives.
According to the filing, the accident when the car that Norman was driving “came in contact” with another motor vehicle operated by Wetherington on a private property just north of Norman’s mansion on South Beach Road.
Wetherington is asking for damages in excess of $15,000.