When an Allegheny County jury announced a $109 million verdict Thursday, including $61 million in punitive damages, in favor of a woman who died three days after receiving an electric shock from a fallen power line in her yard, it was the largest award in the countys history, according to annual statistics compiled in The Legals sibling publication, PaLaw.
Allegheny County Jury Awards $109 Mil. in Electrocution Case
The Legal Intelligencer
December 10, 2012
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