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Punitive Damages Cannot Be Grossly Excessive
Punitive Damages Cannot Be Grossly Excessive

In the 1996 case of BMW of North America, Inc. v. Gore , the United States Supreme Court established the constitutional guidelines for imposing punitive damages on tortfeasors. Punitive damages are damages awarded against a defendant to punish him or her for some ...

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Blog posts in April, 2012

  • DeLand Man Dies in Crash

    A passenger of a vehicle was killed when the driver crashed and fled. At 3:06 in the morning, an unidentified man was driving a 2004 Chevy Avalanche ...

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  • Multi-Million Dollar Judgment Against Tobacco Company Reversed

    The 1st District Court of Appeal in Tallahassee, Florida just reversed a multi-million dollar judgment against a tobacco company. When Diane Webb's ...

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  • Plane Crashes Into Florida Supermarket

    A small plane crashed into a supermarket in DeLand, Florida, injuring 5 people. The twin-engine aircraft was an amateur-built experimental amphibious ...

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  • Florida Hit-and-Runs On the Rise

    The past several years have shown an increase in hit-and-run accidents in Florida. Central Florida gets about 20 to 25 hit-and-runs a day. Four years ...

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  • Hospital Sued for Cutting Off Baby’s Finger

    Veronica Olguin is suing the Heart of Florida Regional Medical Center on behalf of her daughter, Selena, for the loss of a finger. In October, ...

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  • Sheriff’s Deputy Hit By Pickup Driver

    A man from Largo, Florida hit a Sheriff's deputy while the deputy was directing traffic at a crash site. 28-year-old, Randal Weinberg, was driving a ...

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  • Pregnant Woman and Her Child Killed in Tragic Accident

    While on a trip to Florida with her husband, Alanna Demella and her unborn child were killed in an accident . Alanna and her husband, Michael Demella, ...

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