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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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Homeowner hired Concrete Company and two immigrant laborers.  Truck ran over one laborer’s foot, resulting in amputation.  Case settled night before trial.  

A man slipped and landed awkwardly on his shoulder at a restaurant.  The incident was not witnessed or reported, as he thought he was fine.  The next day, he was compelled to go to the ER, where it was discovered he had torn his rotator cuff.  He required two surgeries...

A man was working on a construction site which involved pouring 30 foot concrete walls using large, metal forms.  The worker fell from the top of a defective 30 foot panel.  The jury awarded $27 Million to the family.

A lady asked to see a chair for sale at CVS.  While taking it down from the bin on the shelf, several bins and chairs fell; one chair hit her in the head.  She suffered from headaches and other brain injury symptoms and could not return to work as a billing analyst....

Construction company used plywood to cover holes where columns were to be installed.  Worker fell through, injuring back and neck and eventually lost his lower leg.  The award includes $6 Million for past pain and suffering, $5.5 Million for future pain and suffering,...

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.

Motorcyclist suffered severe injuries including a left foot that was nearly amputated, after being hit by woman making left turn across three lanes while running a work errand in her personal vehicle.  Motorcyclist sued driver and her employer after multiple surgeries...

A driver made a left turn without yielding to an oncoming couple on a Harley.  The defendant blamed the road construction for creating a confusing intersection.  The husband was in and out of hospitals for 11 months before dying.

A 70 year-old woman slipped and fell on a slick floor, injuring her left shoulder.  When she looked up immediately after falling, she saw a store employee with a mop about 10 feet away, but there were no warning signs.  She also alleged the supermarket tampered with th...

Kia is recalling close to 260,000 late-model Soul crossovers due to faulty steering gear assembly, which “could cause the vehicle’s steering system to fail, the steering wheel itself even coming lose.” Kia advised the NHTSA “about the problem and will formally issue a...

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