A Los Angeles jury increased a damages award twofold for sports writer T.J. Simers on Monday in the retrial of a 2013 lawsuit alleging age and disability discrimination against his former employer the Los Angeles Times. 

The jury in the case awarded Simers $15.45 million in noneconomic damages, up from a $7.1 million verdict awarded to him in a 2015 trial.

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