In Kimble v. Laser Spine Institute, a Pennsylvania appeals court on Thursday rejected arguments that a $10 million wrongful death verdict in a case involving an adverse drug reaction that resulted with the death of the plaintiff’s wife in 2014 was overly excessive and required a new trial.

The panel said the verdict was not disproportionately large when compared to other plaintiffs’ opinions in the state and rejected the defendants’ other contentions over errors by the trial court.