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The Pennsylvania Superior Court reduced a $6 million verdict in a wrongful death suit to $2 million, holding that the jury should not have awarded approximately $4 million to the plaintiff for pain and suffering Survival Act claims.

A three-judge panel in Cowher v. Kodali, consisting of Judges Victor Stabile, Carolyn Nichols and James Colins, granted defendant St. Luke’s Health Network’s request for a new trial on damages for plaintiff Karen Cowher’s survival claims.

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P.J. D'Annunzio

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