Tracy Morgan is currently recovering at his New Jersey home just one month following the car crash that left him critically injured.
Morgan was a passenger in a limo van on June 7 when Walmart driver, Kevin Roper slammed into it causing it to overturn. The comedian, most known for his role 30 Rock, suffered a broken leg, a broken femur, a broken nose and several broken ribs. On June 20, Morgan was released from the Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in New Jersey and entered an undisclosed injury rehabilitation facility.
Now, Morgan is relaxing at home where according to his son, Tracy Jr., is doing well.
Last week, Morgan filed a lawsuit against Walmart over the accident on the New Jersey Turnpike that also killed fellow comedian, James McNair. “As a direct and proximate result of the physical injuries sustained by Mr. Morgan in the collision, he has been incapacitated from pursuing his usual employment and other activities, may be left with disabilities that will in the future similarly incapacitate him and cause him pain and suffering, and may require medical treatment,” the lawsuit states.