Phoenix Jury Awards $5 Million to Ex-Prosecutor in Wrongful Termination and DUI Case Scandal

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — In a significant legal settlement, a former prosecutor from Scottsdale has been awarded over $5 million by a jury, concluding that his 2020 dismissal from the city prosecutor’s office was unjustified. The trial spotlighted shortcomings in the management of DUI cases within Scottsdale, revealing procedural errors that impacted defendants’ rights. The case centered around Shawn Fuller, who argued that his termination was a retaliation for uncovering and reporting that several DUI defendants had not been informed of blood tests which showed no presence of drugs or alcohol. Despite the exculpatory evidence, these … Read more

Jury Orders $15 Million Payout in Asbestos Wrongful Death Lawsuit Against Norwalk Firm

Bridgeport, CT — In a significant court ruling, a Bridgeport jury has awarded $15 million to the family of a Milford man who died from cancer linked to asbestos exposure. The case was lodged against a Norwalk-based company, accused of negligence and improper handling of asbestos materials. The verdict came after a compelling trial where evidence was presented showing the man had been exposed to asbestos at his workplace, which was reportedly supplied by the Norwalk company. This exposure, the lawyers argued, directly led to the development of mesothelioma, a severe form of cancer typically … Read more

Appeals Court Overturns Major Part of $4.4M Award to Former Hallandale Beach City Manager in Wrongful Termination Case

Hallandale Beach, FL — In a notable legal reversal, a former city manager of Hallandale Beach, Daniel Rosemond, who once saw a favorable $4.4 million judgement for wrongful termination, may not receive the substantial whistleblower portion of his award due to a recent appellate court decision. In late 2016, Rosemond was dismissed under allegations of misappropriation, including an accusation of misusing city funds to pay for a family member’s travel. The initial jury verdict, rendered two years ago, had sided with Rosemond, awarding him just over $4 million on claims of being unjustly terminated and … Read more

Jury Awards $10 Million in Wrongful Death and Injury Case Against Jackson County Deputy

Kansas City, Mo. — A Missouri state court has awarded $10 million in damages after a wrongful death and injury lawsuit was filed against Jackson County following a deputy-involved shooting that resulted in one death and left a woman injured. On a fateful night five years ago, a routine patrol escalated dramatically when two deputies from the Jackson Belden Police Department, both of who had been on the force for under five years, responded to what they believed was a routine disturbance at a local residence. However, the situation rapidly deteriorated, leading to the fatal … Read more