“[Plaintiff] claims his thought processes and memory were impaired following the accident because of the injuries he sustained in it. His testimony is corroborated by testimony from his wife and one co-worker. Because it is not disputed that [Plaintiff] sustained some injuries to his head, his claims are not intrinsically unbelievable. While the fact that [Plaintiff’s] explanation was rejected in the administrative proceedings weighs against his credibility, the determination of his claims will rise or fall with the jury’s evaluation of his credibility, and the credibility of other witnesses.”
Grimes v. BNSF Ry. Co., 2014 WL 2892407, at *4 (N.D. Miss. June 25, 2014) (Sanders, J.).