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Adam D. Horowitz, of Horowitz Law, and Brad Edwards and Brittany Henderson, both with Edwards Pottinger. Photo: J. Albert Diaz/ALM

Plaintiffs attorneys representing a crew member raped on a yacht docked at a marina had to overcome a major hurdle in presenting their case to jurors: How would they prove a client with only $3,550 in medical bills suffered permanent, devastating injury worthy of a multimillion-dollar award?

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Samantha Joseph

Samantha Joseph is an award-winning journalist with Daily Business Review, Law.com +more. Grad School: Newhouse Syracuse. Contact: sjoseph@alm.com. On Twitter: @SjosephWriter

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