The first case to go to a jury in Alabama since the pandemic began settled for a confidential sum just a few minutes before the jury returned with a $12 million verdict, according to the lawyers who would have won.

“Was the settlement more than the verdict? No,” said Cole Portis of Montgomery, Alabama-based Beasley Allen. “Was the client satisfied? Yes.”

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