Latest Takeda Actos Bladder Cancer $2.3M Verdict
Takeda Pharmaceutical Co. was ordered to pay more than $2.3 million in damages to a Pennsylvanian man who blamed the company’s Actos diabetes drug for causing his bladder cancer. The jury panel awarded John Kristufek more than $300,000 for his medical expenses and $2 million for pain and suffering.
Victim's family award $3M judgement in fatal wreck
A Georgia jury has awarded three million dollars the mother of a former Albany State University student killed in a traffic accident in the Florida.
Steelworker settles harassment suit for $3.9 million
Elijah Turley, a Lackawanna steelworker who endured years of racial harassment, has settled a lawsuit against his former employer for an estimated $3.
NY Jury Returns $1.4M Verdict for Child's Foot Surgery Gone Bad
Rockland County, NY -- January 29, 2015 –A Rockland County jury returned a verdict of almost $1.4 million against a local podiatrist, Ira Bernstein, DPM, for injuries he caused when he fused the growth plates of a 12-year-old girl during bunion surgery in June of 2010 at Nyack Hospital.
FL Court Upholds $4.5 Million award to Family of Double Murder Victims
The Florida Supreme Court agreed the landlord of a Broward County apartment complex where two people were murdered should pay the victims' family $4.5 million because it failed to fix a security gate.
Judge: CSX Can't Shift $16M Settlement to General Mills
A federal judge in Atlanta has thrown out an effort by CSX Transportation Inc. to force General Mills Inc. to reimburse the railroad $16 million it paid to a General Mills employee who suffered a catastrophic injury in a 2005 rail accident. A federal jury in 2012 awarded employee Doug Burchfield.
Denver jury awards nearly $15 million in racial discrimination case
A federal jury Wednesday awarded nearly $15 million to seven Commerce City warehouse workers who accused a trucking company of segregating workers by race, calling blacks 'lazy, stupid Africans' and punishing those who complained. Six of the plaintiffs are black, many from Mali.
Jury Awards $10.55 Million Asbestos Verdict
A New York jury on Tuesday awarded $10.55 million to the family of an Indiana man who died of mesothelioma from being exposed asbestos from talc mined and sold by R.T. Vanderbilt Inc, according to the family’s lawyers.
$8.5 million verdict exposes fraud in medical concierge services
Boca Raton, FL - David Berber was awarded $8.5 million by a jury because MDVIP, a company providing expensive "medical concierge services," was fraudulent and negligent in the care of Berber's wife.