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$47 Million from LILCO, Con Edison

A March 2003 article in the New York Daily News reported on a mesothelioma personal injury verdict/settlement regarding an ex-boilermaker who was awarded $47 million yesterday by a jury that blamed his lung cancer on years of working with asbestos. Robert Croteau, 53, of Pottstown, Pa., was diagnosed with mesothelioma, a fatal lung cancer, in…

$8.5 Million Awarded in Cerebral Palsy Case

In a May 2002 lawsuit verdict, a Rochester, New York, jury awarded $8.5 million to a woman who claimed Rochester General Hospital caused irreparable damage to her baby by botching the delivery, according to a report by “Rochester Democrat and Chronicle” reporter Matt Leingang. Rochester resident Angela Asproules, 22, sued the hospital in state Supreme…

$53 Million to Asbestos Victim

In one of the largest compensatory verdicts for a single plaintiff in the history of asbestos litigation, a New York jury on Feb. 8 awarded a mesothelioma victim and his family a $53 million verdict for his asbestos exposure as a brake mechanic (Patricia Brown, Individually and as Executrix of the Estate of Stephen Brown…

$10 Million in Bungee Cord Accident

A 15-year-old boy suffered blindness in one eye, loss of the quality of life, and emotional distress, from a bungee cord accident. He was on a school field trip involving a zip line. He was struck by a broken bungee cord which acted as a brake for the zip line. It was carrying another student…

Asbestos Plaintiffs Awarded $64.65 Million

The prognosis for the four plaintiffs in this asbestos personal injury case is grim, according to their attorney, Robert J. Gordon. Each is expected to die soon from an incurable form of cancer. William Falloon, the youngest plaintiff, was diagnosed in 1995 with mesothelioma, a terminal cancer of the lining of the lungs, whose only…

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