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Big Verdict in Indiana

An Indiana jury has ordered a group of highway contractors to pay $10.2 million to the family of a worker killed in a 2006 construction accident. In the Plaintiffs’ lawsuit, attorneys contended that the contractors were negligent in allowing workers to ride on an uncovered flatbed trailer and not requiring them to wear hard hats.

Not surprisingly, an attorney for the contractors said suggested Defendants intend to appeal the verdict.

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