Ankle Fractures Result in $1,000,000 Pain and Suffering Verdict Upheld on Appeal


The good news for the plaintiff is that his $1,000,000 pain and suffering verdict for disabling ankle fractures has been upheld on appeal; the bad news for lawyers and the public is that the decision gives little guidance as to why the judges concluded that the jury award was a fair and reasonable amount.

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