A confidential last minute settlement has been reached in the lawsuit brought by the family of a city Parks Department employee who was killed in 2003 by a runaway lawnmower, reports the Telegram & Gazette of Worcester, Mass.
A 45-year-old woman was awarded $843,567 for injuries suffered when she fell down stairs at Plazita Medical Clinic, reports the Santa Cruz Sentinel.
The family of a woman who was injured during the filming of “Transformers 3” has filed a lawsuit against the movie’s makers, Paramount Pictures.
The Scranton Times Tribune reports a neurosurgeon who suffered a broken leg when he was hit by a hospital bed being pushed down the hall, has been awarded $3.25 million in his personal injury lawsuit against Community Medical Center.
The husband and adult children of an Oregon woman are suing Food Express, Inc. of Arcadia, California for wrongful death after she died in an accident with one of the company's tractor trailers.
The News-Castle, of central Illinois, reports a Champaign County judge has approved a $12 million out-of-court settlement for a woman who was left severely brain-damaged during her labor on December 27, 2002.
Considered to be one of the largest in Polk County, Florida, a $65 million verdict for a woman injured in a 2007 traffic crash was upheld by the 2nd District Court of Appeals, reports The Ledger of Lakeland, Florida.
Idlewild Baptist Church of Tampa, Florida was ordered to pay $4.75 million to a boy and his mother after being found responsible for an accident that injured the 14-year-old while on a church-organized ski trip in 2003. The teenager suffered fractures to his spine resulting in nerve damage to his left leg, atrophied muscles and a permanent limp.