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General Motors Hit with $122M Verdict

May 13, 2002 - A claim that General Motors Corp., in a cost-cutting move, reduced the crashworthiness of the Continue... Read More


Jury Awards $122 Million Verdict

May 8, 2002 - A Bullock County jury awarded a $122 million verdict to Wilbert Jernigan, Bullock County Circuit Clerk, who filed a lawsuit on behalf of his sone, Jeffrey Jernigan, against General Motors... Read More


Law Cuts GM Suit Damages to $82 Million

May 4, 2002 - A $122 million verdict against General Motors for a collision that left a child with permanent brain damage will automatically be cit to $82 million under a state law limiting punitive... Read More


Jury Returns $122 Million Verdict Against GM in Crash

May 3, 2002 - A jury returned a $122 million verdict against General Motors Corp. over a car wreck that left a child with severe brain injuries. Read More


Jury Orders GM to Pay $122 Million

May 3, 2002 - A jury ordered General Motors to pay $122 million in a lawsuit alleging a defective door was to blame for the severe brain injuries suffered by a 12-year-old boy in a car wreck. Read More


Jury Returns $122 Million Verdict Against GM

May 3, 2002 - A jury ordered General Motors to pay $122 million in a lawsuit alleging a defective door was to blame for the severe brain injuries suffered by a 12-year-old boy in a car wreck. Read More


Jury Awards $122 Million in GM Suit

May 3, 2002 - An Alabama jury awarded a $122 million verdict Thursday to a Bullock County man whose son suffered permanent brain damage following a car accident. Read More


Beverly Enterprises accused of negligence

April 28, 2002 - A lawsuit has been filed against Beverly Enterprises-Alabama, Inc., Beverly Healthcare Oneonta, Beverly Enterprises, Inc., and Laurel H. Massey, alleging wantonness, negligence, and... Read More


Beasley Allen files class action against Integrated Health Services

April 23, 2002 - A class action lawsuit has been filed against Integrated Health Services Livingston, alleging breach of contract and negligence. Read More


Sub-par nursing homes mistreat elderly

April 11, 2002 - A recent study released by the United States Department of Health and Human Services found that more than 90 percent of the nations' nursing homes have too few workers to properly care... Read More


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