When Philip Morris Inc.’s attorney offered to pay about $5 million in punitive damages to a woman dying of lung cancer, her lawyer scowled and suggested instead that $115 million would be more like it.
“What I asked for is less than 1 percent of their net worth,” said plaintiff’s attorney Madelyn Chaber. “That’s like getting a ticket for parking at an expired meter.”
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