A bus driver’s negligence in colliding with an automobile on the Baltimore-Washington Parkway two years ago will not cost a transit authority any money, as a federal court jury concluded that the plaintiff’s alleged injuries were not proximately caused by the morning rush-hour collision.
A 50-year-old woman seriously injured in an accident on August 5, 2008, in which a FedEx driver was proven to be at fault has been awarded $2.16 million by a Brazos County, Texas civil jury.
A Duval County, Texas jury has returned a $27.5 million verdict against Wal-Mart in connection with the death of a San Diego teen killed in a 2010 wreck.
A jury awarded a Dickson City, Penn. couple more than $10 million in damages after a multi-vehicle accident involving a dump truck that police said had steering and brake problems.
The family of a 24-year-old woman killed in a traffic accident in Baltimore in 2010 was awarded $760,000 by a city jury.
Insurers for the city of Portland, Ore. have paid a Ridgefield, Wash., couple $1 million to settle a lawsuit filed after the man was pinned between a trailer and a toll booth at Portland International Raceway.
A small firm attorney has won a massive $716.5 million verdict against a convenience store for selling alcohol to a teenager who plowed into another vehicle, killing its occupant.
A Texas jury has awarded more than $22 million to a woman injured when her car was broadsided by a station wagon driven by a Coca-Cola marketing employee talking on her cell phone.
A Duval County, Texas jury awarded a Rio Grande Valley man $33.3 million in damages in connection with a June 2011 wreck on State Highway 44, but a settlement agreement reduces the damages to $6 million.
The family of a California woman who died in a car accident has reached a $2 million settlement with the driver of the car who struck her and the driver’s employer.