A federal judge has given final approval to a $55 million class-action settlement with a company alleged to have sold faulty robotic milking machines.
The City of Brentwood owes nearly $1.5 million more for its acquisition of six acres through eminent domain after a St. Louis County jury verdict in favor of a real estate company.
A Philadelphia jury awarded a woman and her family represented by Simmons Hanly Conroy $3.8M in its verdict for her husband’s wrongful death. The jury decided his employer knowingly let workers handle asbestos-laced bags of talc without warning or protection.
A Cass County jury found that a Texas company wasn’t responsible for the death of a woman whose car was struck by a pickup truck equipped with a heavy-duty grille guard.
A county government in Kansas agreed to pay $12.5 million to Lamonte McIntyre, who claimed police framed him for a 1994 double homicide. He spent 23 years in jail before his release.
The Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission agreed to pay approximately $437,000 after a motorcyclist was struck and killed at an allegedly faulty stop light near Kansas City.
The spouse of a deceased hairdresser sickened by asbestos will receive more than $940,000 for her late husband’s illness.
The victim of a dog attack won a $66,000 award from a Pettis County jury after a trial that focused on the extent of the woman’s damages.
A man who stumbled at a Hy-Vee store will not collect any damages in the matter.
A teen driver who suffered severe injuries when he collided with a truck successfully secured a policy limits settlement of $1 million, according to his attorney.
A child injured at birth and his mother received a $9 million settlement from the doctor involved in the delivery, according to their attorney.
A St. Louis County jury decided that a body armor manufacturer will not pay $34 million for a City of Florissant police officer’s paralysis after he was shot on duty while wearing its armored vest.
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