Young‘s Motorsports welcomes Chris Hacker to the team as the primary driver of the No. 02 Chevrolet Silverado RST for the 12th race of the Truck Series season.

Hacker is the first NASCAR driver known to have a brachial plexus birth injury that limits movement in his left arm. Brachial plexus injuries occur when a baby‘s neck is stretched to one side during birth, damaging the network of nerves that controls the muscles from the shoulder down to the fingers.

After three major surgeries, including nerve grafting and tendon transfers, he has gained sufficient mobility in his arm to race. He drives his car with his left arm resting on the wheel while steering with his right.

For Hacker‘s Young‘s Motorsports debut, Morgan & Morgan will serve as the primary partner on Hacker‘s No. 02 Chevrolet Silverado RST.

As America‘s largest injury law firm, Morgan & Morgan has recovered more than $13 billion for over 300,000 clients. Throughout the United States, our attorneys fulfill our “For The People” commitment in over 50 practice areas, including national mass torts and class actions, labor and employment, civil rights, and product liability, among many others.

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