The trial court did not abuse its discretion in denying plaintiff a new trial on the ground of jury misconduct.  During deliberations one juror said that they were not to consider insurance, a worker’s comp. lien was insurance, and since workers comp. had already paid for the plaintiff’s medical treatment, the jury shouldn’t award damages for those medical expenses.  The statements reflected evidence or instructions that were before the jury.  They were instructed not to consider insurance.  A stipulation referred to worker’s comp. as insurance.  And plaintiff’s attorney in closing outlined how much of the medical expenses had been paid by worker’s comp.  How the jury reasoned from the evidence before it could not be assailed on a new trial motion.