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Appellate Court Orders Increase in Pain and Suffering Damages in Facial Injury Case

Posted in Facial Injuries

On October 27, 2008 Robert Parrotta drove to Stacey Killon’s home in Minerva to confront him about Killon’s relationship with Parrotta’s ex-wife. Angry words were exchanged as they stood near an outside porch with Parrotta wielding a baseball bat and Killon a maul handle. Parrotta ended up smashing Killon in the face with the baseball… Continue Reading

Future Pain and Suffering Damages Award of $100,000 Upheld in Fractured Jaw Case Despite Absence of Any Medical Testimony

Posted in Facial Injuries

In almost every personal injury lawsuit, plaintiffs call their treating doctors to the stand to testify about their injuries. Doctors are asked whether the injuries plaintiff claims were caused by the accident and whether and to what extent plaintiff will in the future continue to suffer pain and disabilities. Without such testimony – especially as… Continue Reading