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An estimated $4 billion in compensatory and punitive damages were awarded to plaintiff winners in civil trials. Juries awarded $3.9 billion to plaintiff winners while judges awarded $368 million. The median total award for plaintiff winners in tort trials was
$27,000 and in contract trials $45,000. Punitive damages, estimated at $1.2 billion, were awarded to 6% of plaintiff winners in trials. *2001  Click to Complain

Over 1 Million paid in settlement by Bill Kristol company Weekly Standard In 1997, nearly a year after a cover story that included allegations of hiring a prostitute and plagiarism against best-selling author Deepak Chopra, the editors of The Weekly Standard accepted full responsibility for the errors in the story, and apologized." Chopra claimed that the magazine settled for $1.6 million. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Weekly_Standard

 

115 Million Awarded  -  Bollea v. Gawker was a Florida lawsuit in which Terry Gene Bollea, known professionally as Hulk Hogan, sued Gawker Media, publisher of the Gawker website, and several Gawker employees and Gawker-affiliated entities,[2] for posting portions of a sex tape of Bollea with Heather Clem, at that time the wife of radio personality Bubba the Love Sponge. Bollea's claims included invasion of privacy, infringement of personality rights, and intentional infliction of emotional distress. Prior to trial, Bollea's lawyers said the privacy of many Americans was at stake while Gawker's lawyers said that the case could hurt freedom of the press in the United States.[4]

Securities Act of 1933 - Often referred to as the "truth in securities" law, the Securities Act of 1933 has two basic objectives: 1) require that investors receive financial and other significant information concerning securities being offered for public sale; and 2) prohibit deceit, misrepresentations, and other fraud in the sale of securities. Click to Complain

Transportation Fatalities: A Modal Picture - Over the last 25 years, fatalities on the nation’s roads, rails, and waters and in the skies have declined. Despite progress, transportation crashes and incidents claimed 43,873 lives in 1999, of which 41,611 involved highway vehicles. Click to Complain

Wrongful Death: Damages for "wrongful death" are available for the wife, husband, parent and child of the deceased person. Sometimes, persons related by blood or marriage, who were dependent upon the deceased, may recover. Damages are not limited to economic loss and may include damages for mental anguish, emotional pain and suffering, loss of society, companionship, comfort, protection, marital care, parental care, filial care, attention, advice, counsel, training, guidance or education. Damages are available for the deceased's estate as well.

Pain And Suffering: Ordinarily, the most "valuable" and "critical" element of your bodily injury claim is the right to compensation for physical pain and mental anguish you have suffered and will endure in the future because of your accident injury or abuse. These general damages are in addition to and may be far more than the amount of your lost earnings and medical expenses.