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These blog posts are all examples of rule breakers being held accountable for not following fundamental safety rules or, even worse, covering up their safety rule violations in order to make money.  Fortunately, the Constitution provides every resident the right to a jury trial so that these rule breakers can be held accountable for the benefit of the whole community. 

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$206 Million Jury verdict upheld after hospital caused brain damage in delivering baby

September 26, 2019

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The family of an Alabama woman who died of ovarian cancer was awarded $72 Million by a Missouri jury.  The verdict comprised $10 Million in actual damages in $62 Million in punitive damages.  

Plaintiff, 42, went to the hospital with stroke symptoms.  A CT scan showed a blocked blood vessel.  The finding was not reported by the radiologist to the assistant; the radiologist labelled the scan as Normal.  Three weeks later, Plaintiff had a massive stroke, resul...

Wells Fargo has agreed to pay $16.2 million to resolve a class-action lawsuit which accused the bank of accepting kickbacks from a title company in exchange for business referrals.  This deal marks the second occurrence, as last year, Wells Fargo and JP Morgan Chase we...

The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation (“HSBC”) was ordered to pay $470 Million for its role in the 2008 mortgage crisis in the United States.  Allegations against the banking giant include the use of robo-signing and other tactics that deprived struggling borro...

Owner of watercraft found liable for negligently entrusting watercraft to daughter’s friend.  Friend was initially a passenger but never received any instruction before switching to become driver and crashing into the dock, injuring hip, shoulder, and ankle.

Toyota charged more for auto loans to “blacks and Asians” than “whites” between 2011 and 2016.  Its financing arm will pay as much as $21.9 Million back to “black and Asian borrowers who paid more for auto loans than whites.”

A 15-year old boy, who suffered from seizures and cerebral palsy, was found unresponsive one morning in the care home he was permanently bound to.  The facility had neglected to give him his seizure medicine and tried to deny it initially.

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