Workers Receive $100 Million in Punitive Damages for Injuries Suffered From Chemical Exposure


Ten British Petroleum workers were awarded $100 million dollars by a federal jury for

injuries and damages related to contamination at one of the company's plants. According to reports, all but $300,000 of the $100 million award were for punitive damages.

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