A personal injury lawsuit that could have settled for $1 million has instead resulted in what attorneys say is a historic $411 million jury verdict for a trial conducted entirely online.

Tallahassee attorneys Ben Crump, Robert Cox and Talley Kaleko represent plaintiff and former U.S. Army sergeant Duane Washington, who sued after he was partially paralyzed in a 45-car pileup on the Interstate 10.

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