A North Dakota woman who says four of her fingers were severed in an electric meat grinder is suing the companies that designed and sold the machine she alleges was defective and lacked sufficient safety warnings.Read More »
An overweight woman paralyzed in a Ford Explorer crash could sue the manufacture for failing to warn of the risk of seat collapse in rear-end collisions, the Missouri Supreme Court has ruled in reversing judgment.Read More »
The size of the Top Ten Jury Verdicts increased again in 2010. The average increased less than the prior year, however, rising from nearly $145 million to just under $157 million. (The average for 2009 increased nearly $33 million from ...
Tagged with: airplane crash asbestos automobile accident defective design Engle litigation Hepatitis C legal malpractice natural gas rollover tobacco Top Ten Jury Verdicts Top Ten Jury Verdicts of 2010Read More »
In April of last year, a Pennsylvania jury handed down an $89 million verdict against the manufacturer of an airplane carburetor after a crash killed four people and severely injured a fifth.Read More »
In addition to a wide array of drug litigation, 2010 brought verdicts and settlements involving a number of other products, including Toyota vehicles, asbestos and tobacco. Here is a look at some of the highlights from the year just past.Read More »
*CORRECTION: The original version of this article incorrectly stated that there were seven tip-overs with the identical exercise machine and six others on similar machines. There were actually seven other incidents in total with the same or similar machines. The ...Read More »