turned around and drove back to plaintiff, got out of his car and violently beat plaintiff, causing plaintiff severe injuries. Through discovery it was learned that the defendant had a mental disease for which he was supposed to take medication. We alleged his failure to take his medication was negligent because he knew or should have known that if he didn’t take his medication, he would be unable to control his rage. We framed the case in terms of negligence to get insurance coverage. Before trial, the case settled for the maximum amount under the policy.