A record-setting jury $6.1 million pain-and-suffering award in an ankle fracture suit was upheld by an Appellate Division, First Department panel on Thursday.

The plaintiff, Aminata Kromah, also saw her total verdict of $10.4 million upheld by the appellate panel, the largest amount sustained by the First Department outside an amputation or brain damage case, according to Kromah’s trial attorney, Lipsig, Shapey, Manus & Moverman partner Marc Eli Freund.

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