$3.5 Million Jury Verdict in Cancer Misdiagnosis Lawsuit

Published on August 23, 2009 by Dentonrc.com   A Denton County jury has awarded the family of a Denton woman who died of misdiagnosed cancer $3.5 million, one of the largest awards in Denton since the tort law reform of 2003.   …

South Carolina $2 million dental malpractice jury verdict!

August 26, 2009 (NewYorkInjuryNews.com - Injury News) New Source: JusticeNewsFlash.com A South Carolina patient recovered a $2 million jury verdict against the dental clinic that accidentally pulled 13 additional teeth. The Florence County…

US Consumer Safety Agency Recalls 5.5M Window Shades

By Mary Ellen Lloyd Of DOW JONES NEWSWIRES   The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission issued a wide recall Wednesday of about 5.5 million roll-up and Roman window shades sold by such retailers as IKEA International AS, Williams-Sonoma…

Court Awards $30M to Teenager

Road-paving firm found negligent in collision By Ryan Poe (Contact), Memphis Commercial Appeal Saturday, August 15, 2009   A DeSoto County Circuit Court jury on Friday awarded a $30 million judgment to a teenager who received permanent…

Suit alleges Yamaha Rhino at fault in death

Published August 21, 2009  beaumontenterprise.com By: Margaret Toal   Twelve people in Orange County are listening to engineers, looking at police photos and following computer graphics that seek to explain the death of a 13-year-old…

Lilly To Pay $22.5 Million To Settle W. Va. Lawsuit Over Zyprexa

Published August 21, 2009: 09:22 AM ET by CNNMoney   Drug maker Eli Lilly & Co. (LLY) has agreed to pay $22.5 million to settle a lawsuit in which West Virginia's attorney general accused Lilly of improperly promoting the antipyschotic…

Jury Awards Man $1 Million in Colonoscopy Medical Malpractice Lawsuit

ABQJournal.comBy: Jim McElroy Friday, 31 July 2009 12:24  Las Cruces man alleged surgeon was negligent in repairing a colon perforation   A Las Cruces man who sued a surgeon that he alleged was negligent in repairing a colon perforation…

Record industry gains key ally in piracy verdict

The U.S. Justice Department sides with industry in its case against a Brainerd, Minn., woman, calling the $1.92 million verdict constitutional. By ALEX EBERT, Star Tribune Last update: August 15, 2009 - 8:01 AM It's a good day for the recording…

First US Swine Flu Victim's Family To Sue For $40 Million

Published August 13, 2009 by zeenews.com New York: The family of the first fatal swine flu victim in New York has filed papers in court with the intention of suing the local government for $40 million, news reports said on Wednesday.  …

Mexican national seeks $30M from tire companies over fatal rollover in Texas

Published by The Southeast Texas Record 8/20/2009 1:28 PM By Michelle Massey, Texarkana Bureau   While traveling on the interstate outside of the community of Hooks, Jose R. Esquivel lost control of his vehicle when a tire failed. The vehicle…