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
In a case of first impression, the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals recently reversed a U.S. district court decision that had limited an insurance company's duty to defend an insured — an issu
Dealership doesn't owe former worker severance, jury says. Patient paralyzed after spinal tap gets $10.9 million. Man injured in parking lot crash gets $40,000 in settlement. Victims of deadly crash
Race not a factor in Hispanic city employee's termination, judge finds. Worker fired after speaking out about age discrimination wins $338,892. Woman who fractured ankle during physical therapy wins
Jury says patents were invalid, rejects $100 million infringement claim. Apple must pay more than $19 million in patent infringement case. Family settles med mal claim against doctor for $200,000. Ju
Children get pilot's entire estate after mother dies in plane crash. No discrimination case for truck driver fired after injuring his back. Jury grants $64,000 to motorist hit by driver in loaner car
The top 10 Texas verdict and settlement summaries of 2004 that were reported in VerdictSearch Texas, a Texas Lawyer affiliate. They are ranked by dollar amount
ConocoPhillips will install $525M in pollution controls. Whirlpool hit with $14M verdict in case of fatal fire caused by clothes dryer. Trucker on cocaine hit with $3.1M verdict in wrongful death cas
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