Man didn't attack his ex-wife's husband, jury finds. Salesman claiming age discrimination awarded $352,000. Worker with kidney problems who was laid off gets $24,000. Mill workers claiming racial slu
Judge sides with Lockheed in discrimination suit. Plaintiff alleging sexual propositions settles for $70,000. Jury sides with pizza delivery driver claiming back injury. Plaintiff awarded $85,418 for
...moderate to large herniation at L4-5; mild to moderate herniations at C3-4, C4-5 and C5-6; and a closed head injury....
...with a third car. Kotrulja claimed a 2-mm focal herniation at C3-4. She claimed that she will require pain treatment for the rest...
Judge tosses worker's discrimination claim. Woman who fell while being weighed awarded $791,573. Couple injured in merge crash awarded $49,500. Plaintiff gets $1,000 for alleged neck injuries. Jury s
Doctor not to blame for unremoved sponge in surgery. Jury awards couple $10,000 for alleged injuries in crash. Husband and wife get $169,550 for tractor-trailer crash. Jury sides with defense over pl
Mother of inmate who hanged himself while on suicide watch gets $85,000. Dentist agrees to pay $95,000 to settle claim he broke patient's jaw. Chiropractor not responsible for woman's neck problems,
...April 15, a man who was diagnosed with a herniated disk at C3-4 and underwent a single-level fusion after an auto accident won...
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