A Delaware County, Pa., jury awarded a 27-year-old man $1.25 million for injuries he suffered from an electric shock after the operator of the cherry picker he was in ran the bucket into power lines.

Roosevelt Scarborough will get $900,000 as part of a high-low agreement that also included a deal to end any questions by the insurance company as to whether he was a temporary worker or an employee.

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