Court Upholds $10.5 Mil. Award to Woman in Car Accident Case

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The state Superior Court has upheld a $10.5 million award to a woman who was injured in a car accident caused by an out-of-control dump truck.

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  • Arthur E. Lyons

    $10 million for facial scratches? I would imagine that Messers Elliott, Greenleaf, Margolis and Edelstein worked pretty hard to convince a jury that scratches are worth $10 million. They deserve the $4 million they get out of the trucking company‘s insurance. After all houses in Miami don‘t come cheap.

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