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A Baltimore County Jury Ordered Exxon Mobile Corporation to Pay Almost $500 Million in Damages

In 2011, a Baltimore County jury ordered Exxon Mobile Corporation to pay almost $500 million in damages to help a myriad of families and businesses in Jacksonville, Florida. The plaintiff was represented by Charles G. Bernstein of The Law Offices of Peter Angelos.  The large corporation was ordered to compensate the plaintiffs regarding claims that…

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Jury Awards $28 Million in Stern v. Woodholme Gastroenterology, P.A., et al.

Jury Awards $28 Million in Stern v. Woodholme Gastroenterology, P.A., et al On May 12, 2011, Gary Stern was admitted as a patient to Sinai Hospital with severe left upper abdominal pain. The consulting gastroenterologist (GI) did not consider any upper intestinal issues to be the cause of Mr. Stern’s pain, and attributed his illness to a…

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Jury Awards $15.3M in Asbestos Exposure Case: A Baltimore jury has awarded $15.3 million to a 73-year-old Halethorpe man whose terminal cancer was linked to asbestos exposure while working at a South Baltimore shipyard in the 1950s.

Jury Awards $15.3M in Asbestos Exposure Case: A Baltimore jury has awarded $15.3 million to a 73-year-old Halethorpe man whose terminal cancer was linked to asbestos exposure while working at a South Baltimore shipyard in the 1950s. BRENDAN KEARNEY Daily Record Legal Affairs Writer February 4, 2008 A Baltimore jury has awarded $15.3 million to…

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Jury Awards $2.4 Million in Asbestos Case: The sons and estate of a forklift driver who unloaded bags of raw asbestos for six years as part of his job have won a $2.2 million verdict against Union Carbide, which mined and sold the asbestos to his employer.

Jury Awards $2.4 Million in Asbestos Case: The sons and estate of a forklift driver who unloaded bags of raw asbestos for six years as part of his job have won a $2.2 million verdict against Union Carbide, which mined and sold the asbestos to his employer. Posted: 7:00 pm Sun, January 2, 2011 By…

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