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25.077 Negligence case settlements and jury verdicts;case reporting. — , 25.077 (2020)

25.077 Negligence case settlements and jury verdicts;case reporting. — Through the state's uniform case reporting system, the clerk of court shall report to the Office of the State Courts Administrator, beginning in 2003, information from each settlement or jury verdict and final judgment in negligence amount of economic damages and noneconomic damages awarded to each plaintiff, identifying those damages that are to be paid jointly and severally and by

504.120. Verdicts of jury. , 504.120 (2020)

Verdicts of jury. In cases in which the defendant provides evidence at trial of his mental illness or insanity at the time of the offense, the jury or court may find the

In Re Joint Eastern District and Southern District Asbestos Litigation James Bauman John Caliendo Victor E. Dacey Daniel Fischer Paul F. Fiumano George Gewirts Abe Goldberg Daisy Johnson John Morgan Gregory Pirozzi Michael Rafaniello Leonard Saks Salvatore Tecchio Thomas Walsh v. Keene Corporation and Owens-Illinois, Inc. , 18 F.3d 126 (1994)

series of settlements and jury trials in which plaintiffs sued for injuries and wrongful death allegedly caused by exposure to asbestos during the course Following jury verdicts against the nonsettling defendants, Keene and Owens, the district court molded those verdicts into judgments, following the "tortuous and verdicts in any given case.

532.055. Verdicts and sentencing by jury in felonycases. , 532.055 (2020)

Verdicts and sentencing by jury in felonycases. conclusion of the proof, the court shall instruct the jury on the range of punishment and counsel for the defendant may present arguments followed by The jury shall then retire and recommend a sentence for the defendant.

SECTION VII-15 Jury trials — Verdicts. , 8d3f52794ea05267 (2020)

SECTION VII-15 Jury trials — Verdicts. In all jury trials the jury shall return a general verdict, and no law in force nor any law hereafter enacted, shall require the court to direct the jury

WHITE v. IRVING BYELAS IRREVOCABLE TRUST, 64 Conn. App. 506 (2001) , 64 Conn. App. 506 (2001)

; the common-law rules relied on by S Co. apply to verdicts, not pretrial settlements, and, under the statute (§ 52-216a) that is the sole guide for reducing jury verdicts, settlements are not treated as deductible collateral sources. The common-law rules relied on by the defendant apply to verdicts and not to pretrial settlements.

Transport Insurance Company Thompson Brothers, Inc. Williams Wetering, as Special Administrator of the Estate of Robert Sudenga, Deceased v. Chrysler Corporation Rally Industries, Inc. T.E.C., Inc. Travel Equipment Corporation , 71 F.3d 720 (1995)

Transport appeals, alleging, inter alia, that the jury verdicts were inconsistent and that the jury instructions misstated its burden of proof on the issue Transport's main contention on appeal is that the jury verdicts are inconsistent, in that the answers imply that the jury knew what amount had been paid answered the second set of verdicts.

RILEY v. D'AIELLO, 246 App. Div. 651 (1935) , 246 App. Div. 651 (1935)

Appeal by defendant from judgments entered upon the verdicts of a jury and from orders denying his motion for a new trial in each case. On the trial it was conceded by plaintiffs that oral settlements had been made with the defendant New York Power and Light Corporation with a reservation of the causes of action against the defendant D'Aiello, but which settlements were executory only as no money had been paid or papers executed.

Dick v. Gursoy , 124 Ill. App. 3d 185 (1984)

On February 7, 1983, after judgment on the jury verdicts had been rendered, Gursoy made his motion for a set-off of $260,000. verdicts of January 28, 1983, totaling $300,000 and so order. Second, McDaniel and Gramse involved settlements completely resolved prior to a trial verdict.

DICK v. GURSOY, 124 Ill. App.3d 185 (1984) , 124 Ill. App.3d 185 (1984)

On February 7, 1983, after judgment on the jury verdicts had been rendered, Gursoy made his motion for a set-off of $260,000. verdicts of January 28, 1983, totaling $300,000 and so order. Second, McDaniel and Gramse involved settlements completely resolved prior to a trial verdict.

DAUGHERTY v. HERSHBERGER, 386 Pa. 367 (1956) , 386 Pa. 367 (1956)

reduction of verdicts in certain cases, and to compel dischargePage 369 and satisfaction of verdicts in other cases refused. Daugherty and his six passengers entered into settlement negotiations with John Mong and arrived at compromise settlements of their claims against him. The jury returned separate verdicts in favor of the individual plaintiffs, and against the two defendants, in the total sum of $11,720.99.

Ozark Air Lines, Inc. v. VALLEY OIL COMPANY , 239 S.W.3d 140 (2007)

The jury returned verdicts in favor of Ozark on the remaining three counts: breach of contract for failure to provide a properly operating turn-key *143 and the jury followed the instructions and awarded one amount. Again, because the jury did not award two separate verdicts in the case sub judice, the rule of merger is inapplicable. [5] The crux of Valley Oil's arguments

Leach v. Fisher , 345 Mich. 65 (1956)

This motion was likewise taken *71 under advisement,[*] the cases were submitted to the jury, and verdicts were returned for plaintiffs in the amounts been made more advantageous to the company than the verdicts of the jury. It is also urged that the instructions to the jury were misleading and, in effect, directed verdicts for the plaintiffs.

Butcher-V-Johnson , ohioctapp butcher-v-johnson (2011)

He did this by motion in which he alleged that the plaintiffs had already been paid an amount in excess of the verdicts, and asked the court to find that The court overruled these motions, which were filed in each case, and rendered judgments on the verdicts. There can be no question that had separate settlements been made by the plaintiffs, and had the appellant by supplemental answers alleged such settlements

LEACH v. FISHER, 345 Mich. 65 (1956) , 345 Mich. 65 (1956)

Garnishment proceedings consolidated for trial and appeal. On trial before jury both plaintiffs and garnishee defendant moved for directed verdicts. been made more advantageous to the company than the verdicts of the jury. It is also urged that the instructions to the jury were misleading and, in effect, directed verdicts for the plaintiffs.

BROWN v. SCHNEIDER, 32 A.D.2d 712 [3d Dept 1969] , 32 A.D.2d 712 (1969)

Brown, against Schneider in action No. 1 and the verdicts in action No. 2 in favor of Arthur Brown against Schneider, for damages, and in favor of Schneider's The policy of our law to promote settlements and to encourage and protect the settlors against prejudicial and premature disclosure is too well recognized The appellant Schneider waived his right to a mistrial when he failed to object to the continuation of the trial after the settlements were made and elected

THOMPSON v. BRADY, 182 Mass. 321 (1902) , 182 Mass. 321 (1902)

shall be prima facie evidence of an intention not to perform the contracts by actual receipt and delivery, includes settlements in the transactions sought The judge refused to order verdicts for the defendant, and the jury returned a verdict for the plaintiff in each case, in the first case in the sum of The defendant's counselPage 323 construed the words "the fact that settlements had been made" as referring to previous settlements.

Kopsas v. IOWA GR. LAKES SANITARY DIST. , 407 N.W.2d 339 (1987)

By special verdicts the jury attributed to the plaintiffs and defendants the following percentages of comparative negligence: Karla Kopsas 10% When the jury by special verdicts found that neither Johnson nor any other defendant was responsible for fifty percent of the combined negligence of plaintiffs The provision governing releases and settlements, Iowa Code section 668.7, explains the proper method for calculating judgments when the plaintiff has

Daugherty v. Hershberger , 386 Pa. 367 (1956)

Daugherty and his six passengers entered into settlement negotiations with John Mong and arrived at compromise settlements of their claims against him. recovered against him, or a total of $5,860.50, and this wholly irrespective of the amounts of the settlements made by plaintiffs with Mong. The jury returned separate verdicts in favor of the individual plaintiffs, and against the two defendants, in the total sum of $11,720.99.

HARDING v. ONIBOKUN, 14 Misc.3d 790 (2006) , 14 Misc.3d 790 (2006)

Plaintiff also contends that the damages found by the jury were supported by the proof and within the range of other verdicts and settlements for similar Having set forth the court's view on nonappellate verdicts, the court is constrained to also state that such unreviewed verdicts, and settlements, while the settlements reported are also higher.

Mrs. Ruth Barnes, Individually and as Special Administrator of the Estate of Troy Barnes, Deceased v. Keene Corporation, Owens-Illinois, Incorporated, Owens-Corning Fiberglas Corporation , 67 F.3d 626 (1995)

The final judgment reduced the total jury verdict of $216,936.76 by $40,086 based on pretrial settlements, leaving an amount of $176,850.76. Error in Entering Single Judgment 23 A single judgment was entered on the three separate verdicts returned by the jury as follows: Verdict A, a judgment in favor of plaintiff on jury Verdict B, and a judgment in favor of plaintiff on jury Verdict C.

Sec. 52-224. Special verdicts. Jury to assess damages. , 52-224 (2020)

Special verdicts. Jury to assess damages. In a special verdict the jury shall find the facts, and state the questions of law thus: If the law be so in such a point, then we find for the plaintiff If two or more issues are presented in one count, interrogatories are proper; if in separate counts, separate verdicts may be had. 94 Conn. 690.

Forbis v. City of Portland , 270 F. Supp. 2d 57 (2003)

Here, the evidence of deliberate indifference is primarily jury verdicts or settlements in a handful of excessive force cases and an ensuing police department These later jury verdicts and settlements cannot substitute for evidence of what the relevant actors knew or should have found out as of April 2001, however After the group of recent jury verdicts and settlements, the City and the police chief requested the Department of Justice to investigate the Portland

Waqui v. Tanner Bros. Contracting Co., Inc. , 121 Ariz. 323 (1979)

Following jury verdicts in favor of Mrs. Waqui and her husband in the sum of $75,000 and in favor of James W. the verdicts in each instance were less than the amounts received by the respective plaintiffs through settlements with third parties. plaintiffs prevailed as the "successful party" in the case that was tried to jury verdicts and judgments in their favor.

CAMPBELL v. HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION CO., 142 Wn. 344 (1927) , 142 Wn. 344 (1927)

Then, instructing the jury with reference to the contentions and evidence on behalf of the appellant, the jury was advised that, if under the evidence Settlements and adjustments upon terms defined were claimed and denied in the testimony. Reversed, and remanded to the superior court with directions to set aside the two verdicts in the secondPage 348 cause of action and grant appellant's

Fernando Duk, Plaintiff-Appellant/cross-Appellee v. Mgm Grand Hotel, Inc., a Nevada Corporation, Dba Mgm Grand Hotel, Casino and Theme Park, Defendant-Third-Party-Plaintiff-Appellee/cross-Appellant v. American Medical Response Clark County Detention Center Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, Third-Party-Defendants/cross-Appellees , 320 F.3d 1052 (2003)

Subsequently, Duk reached settlements with AMR ($50,000) and with Metro and CCDC (combined total of $10,000). The trial court found these settlements to be in good faith. 8 At the second trial, the jury returned a verdict for MGM. The Ninth Circuit has endorsed resubmission of special verdicts,5 and, when the jury is still available, resubmitting an inconsistent verdict best comports

604.01 Comparative Fault; Effect. , 604.01 (2020)

The court may, and when requested by any party shall, direct the jury to find separate special verdicts determining the amount of damages and the percentage Credit for settlements and payments; refund. All settlements and payments made under subdivisions 2 and 3 shall be credited against any final settlement or judgment; provided however that in the event

BUTCHER v. JOHNSON, 65 Ohio App. 263 (1940) , 65 Ohio App. 263 (1940)

He did this by motion in which he alleged that the plaintiffs had already been paid an amount in excess of the verdicts, and asked the court to find that There can be no question that had separate settlements been made by the plaintiffs, and had the appellant by supplemental answers alleged such settlements plaintiff, to return verdicts for the defendant, as to such plaintiff.

GOODROW v. NEW YORK TIMES CO., 241 App. Div. 190 (1934) , 241 App. Div. 190 (1934)

Plaintiff has already recovered damages and received settlements aggregating $21,000 from other defendants. Where actions are tried separately and evidence is given as permitted by section 338-a as to damages recovered or settlements received, the jury has not For this purpose, proof as to other verdicts and settlements is proper.Page 193 The verdict was set aside as being excessive.

In Re Eastern and Southern Districts Asbestos Lit. , 772 F. Supp. 1380 (1991)

After four months of evidence and argument and four weeks of deliberation in Phase I, the jury returned plaintiffs' verdicts in fifty-two cases and defense On April 16 the jury rendered its verdicts: twelve in favor of plaintiffs and *1387 three for the defense. the jury verdicts.

Devlin v. McMannis , 231 So. 2d 194 (1970)

At the conclusion of trial, the jury returned verdicts in the amount of $10,000 for Respondent on the estate's claim and in the amount of $5,000 for Respondent rendered by the jury in the amount of $15,000. He treated the settlements as one settlement and the verdicts as one verdict when in fact he should have allowed the settlement obtained by James D.

§ 36-2208. Duties of Commissioner — Review and evaluation — Study andanalysis of cost of administration. , 36-2208 (2020)

Summaries of all claims activities, including number of claims filed, lawsuits filed, resolution of closed claims and lawsuits, amounts paid in settlements , jury verdicts, defense attorney fees, expert witness costs and other defense costs; 3. All filed base rates and proposed rate increases; and 6. All risk-management activities, including continuing education and counseling of insureds.

Ritter v. Village of Appleton , 254 Minn. 30 (1958)

The jury returned verdicts for plaintiffs as follows: Marjorie Howard ......................................... $25,000 Doyle Howard ............ The present appeals are from the judgments entered upon the foregoing verdicts and orders. (4) Were the verdicts excessive?

HARDIN v. NEW YORK CENTRAL, 145 W. Va. 676 (1960) , 145 W. Va. 676 (1960)

the plaintiffs in the consolidated actions for the full amount of the verdicts of the jury. from the verdicts. The verdicts of the jury are approved as returned and the case is remanded to the Court of Common Pleas of Kanawha County with directions to credit each

Theobold v. Angelos , 40 N.J. 295 (1963)

Upon receipt of the verdicts of $65,000 for Theobold and $1,000 for Golden, the trial court undertook to mold them in accordance with his conception of and the other persons who have made settlements with the plaintiff. their verdicts.

THEOBOLD v. ANGELOS, 40 N.J. 295 (1963) , 40 N.J. 295 (1963)

Upon receipt of the verdicts of $65,000 for Theobold and $1,000 for Golden, the trial court undertook to mold them in accordance with his conception of and the other persons who have made settlements with the plaintiff. their verdicts.

Florida Power & Light Co. v. Polackwich , 677 So. 2d 880 (1996)

The jury returned sizeable verdicts for the two estates, but determined that Dr. the verdict form, and that the settlements should result in a pro tanto setoff. We conclude that the trial court correctly submitted this issue to the jury, and that this portion of the verdict is not affected by the other errors.

Duggan v. Hallmark Pool Mfg. Co., Inc. , 398 N.W.2d 175 (1986)

He reached settlements with the dealer and the motel and the case against the manufacturer proceeded to trial. The jury returned special verdicts in favor of plaintiffs and assessed damages of $1,250,000 to Michael Duggan and $250,000 to Ann Duggan,[1] allocating We are spared from answering either question because we know from consistent special verdicts that the jury rejected the theory for application in this

Doctors Company v. Sherman Oaks Hospital CA2/8 , doctors-company-v-sherman-oaks-hospital-ca28 (2013)

Both Espinoza and Mayes involved jury trials, and in both jurors determined the amount of economic and noneconomic damages. The verdicts in Espinoza and Mayes allowed the courts to easily differentiate the economic from the noneconomic damages. Moser (2013) 219 Cal.App.4th 1170, 1177 [Espinoza and its progeny establish method for applying allocations of jury verdict to settlements].)

Ervin-V-Pittsburgh , pa ervin-v-pittsburgh (2008)

Except in minor instances, the approval of such settlements and the entry of the consent verdicts "was never, during the period aforesaid, submitted to and also offered in evidence the indictments found by the grand jury against plaintiff and the indictments and convictions of Mehard, appellee's previous It was the city which long acquiesced in the practice of permitting its Solicitor to consent to verdicts against it when settlements had been agreed to

BLAKE v. NEUROLOGICAL SPECIALISTS, No. (X02) CV 94 0155265 S (May 9, 2003) , 2003 Ct. Sup. 6943 (2003)

On December 12, 2001, the jury in this case returned verdicts for the plaintiff, Elaine Blake, against the defendants, Lawrence M. Even without a specific explanation as to how the jury might have reached their verdicts, the defendants argue that in context, having awarded the plaintiff Jury; and to several out-of-state loss-of-consortium verdicts in amounts approaching or exceeding $1 million. See, e.g., Wheat v.

Traylor v. Wachter , 3 Kan. App. 2d 536 (1979)

The jury went to dinner, reassembled, deliberated and reported its verdicts at 1:20 a.m. to impeach the written jury verdicts. There is complaint made that the jury verdicts were the product of jury passion and prejudice.

09.20.100. Verdicts. , 09.20.100 (2020)

Verdicts. In a civil case tried by a jury in any court, whether of record or not, not less than five-sixths of the jury may render a verdict, which is entitled to Special verdicts need not be concurred in by the same jurors.

Peugh v. Oliger , 345 S.W.2d 610 (1961)

With the foregoing to guide us, we consider the remaining verdicts. A. The jury returned a verdict for Mrs. and judgments were not obtained through probate settlements. since the verdicts and judgments here involved were not obtained through probate settlements. [11] There is an annotation in 112 A.L.R. 30, supplemented

Yuzari v. Southern Auto Sales , 688 F. Supp. 825 (1988)

The jury returned verdicts for the plaintiff Haim Yuzari in the amount of $1,000,000.00, for the plaintiff Nahemi Yuzari's loss of consortium in the amount Yuzari and to $6,500.00 for Mr. Hirshman. Prior to the rendering of these verdicts, Mr. The plaintiffs argue that, even if the amounts received in settlement are added to the jury verdicts, they are not excessive as a matter of law, considering

Greenemeier by Redington v. Spencer , 719 P.2d 710 (1986)

The jury returned verdicts against Spencer, awarding $8,000 compensatory damages to Redington and $50,000 compensatory and $1,000 exemplary damages to the defendant or defendants found responsible by the jury and the other persons who have made settlements with the plaintiff." settlements and will promote verdicts based only on legally appropriate considerations.[5] In order to facilitate effective appellate review, the trial

Farrell-V-Nebraska-Indemnity-Co , minn farrell-v-nebraska-indemnity-co (1995)

Counsel for plaintiffs in this action and counsel for plaintiffs in the other actions were witnesses and gave testimony which showed that the settlements If verdicts were rendered upon conflicting evidence, placing the negligence upon Muraski (in the absence of errors occurring at the trial) such verdicts The combined verdicts would likely be many times larger than the amount for which settlements were made.

NEW YORK CITY ASBESTOS LITIG., 151 Misc.2d 1 (1991) , 151 Misc.2d 1 (1991)

The jury rendered damages verdicts totaling slightly over $73,000,000 which will be remitted according to a formula. his attorney had knowingly made decisions when entering into the settlements. It is the latter which comprises the bulk of these verdicts.

Keene Corp. v. Levin , 330 Md. 287 (1993)

In proceedings held in the Circuit Court for Baltimore City, a jury returned verdicts for compensatory damages in favor of plaintiffs in three consolidated Petitioners contend that the judgments entered against them following the verdicts in favor of the plaintiffs Leaf, et al. do not represent a final and have received money in connection with those settlements.

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In Re Joint Eastern District and Southern District Asbestos Litigation James Bauman John Caliendo Victor E. Dacey Daniel Fischer Paul F. Fiumano George Gewirts Abe Goldberg Daisy Johnson John Morgan Gregory Pirozzi Michael Rafaniello Leonard Saks Salvatore Tecchio Thomas Walsh v. Keene Corporation and Owens-Illinois, Inc. , 18 F.3d 126 (1994)

series of settlements and jury trials in which plaintiffs sued for injuries and wrongful death allegedly caused by exposure to asbestos during the course Following jury verdicts against the nonsettling defendants, Keene and Owens, the district court molded those verdicts into judgments, following the "tortuous and verdicts in any given case.

WHITE v. IRVING BYELAS IRREVOCABLE TRUST, 64 Conn. App. 506 (2001) , 64 Conn. App. 506 (2001)

; the common-law rules relied on by S Co. apply to verdicts, not pretrial settlements, and, under the statute (§ 52-216a) that is the sole guide for reducing jury verdicts, settlements are not treated as deductible collateral sources. The common-law rules relied on by the defendant apply to verdicts and not to pretrial settlements.

Transport Insurance Company Thompson Brothers, Inc. Williams Wetering, as Special Administrator of the Estate of Robert Sudenga, Deceased v. Chrysler Corporation Rally Industries, Inc. T.E.C., Inc. Travel Equipment Corporation , 71 F.3d 720 (1995)

Transport appeals, alleging, inter alia, that the jury verdicts were inconsistent and that the jury instructions misstated its burden of proof on the issue Transport's main contention on appeal is that the jury verdicts are inconsistent, in that the answers imply that the jury knew what amount had been paid answered the second set of verdicts.

RILEY v. D'AIELLO, 246 App. Div. 651 (1935) , 246 App. Div. 651 (1935)

Appeal by defendant from judgments entered upon the verdicts of a jury and from orders denying his motion for a new trial in each case. On the trial it was conceded by plaintiffs that oral settlements had been made with the defendant New York Power and Light Corporation with a reservation of the causes of action against the defendant D'Aiello, but which settlements were executory only as no money had been paid or papers executed.

Dick v. Gursoy , 124 Ill. App. 3d 185 (1984)

On February 7, 1983, after judgment on the jury verdicts had been rendered, Gursoy made his motion for a set-off of $260,000. verdicts of January 28, 1983, totaling $300,000 and so order. Second, McDaniel and Gramse involved settlements completely resolved prior to a trial verdict.

DICK v. GURSOY, 124 Ill. App.3d 185 (1984) , 124 Ill. App.3d 185 (1984)

On February 7, 1983, after judgment on the jury verdicts had been rendered, Gursoy made his motion for a set-off of $260,000. verdicts of January 28, 1983, totaling $300,000 and so order. Second, McDaniel and Gramse involved settlements completely resolved prior to a trial verdict.

DAUGHERTY v. HERSHBERGER, 386 Pa. 367 (1956) , 386 Pa. 367 (1956)

reduction of verdicts in certain cases, and to compel dischargePage 369 and satisfaction of verdicts in other cases refused. Daugherty and his six passengers entered into settlement negotiations with John Mong and arrived at compromise settlements of their claims against him. The jury returned separate verdicts in favor of the individual plaintiffs, and against the two defendants, in the total sum of $11,720.99.

Ozark Air Lines, Inc. v. VALLEY OIL COMPANY , 239 S.W.3d 140 (2007)

The jury returned verdicts in favor of Ozark on the remaining three counts: breach of contract for failure to provide a properly operating turn-key *143 and the jury followed the instructions and awarded one amount. Again, because the jury did not award two separate verdicts in the case sub judice, the rule of merger is inapplicable. [5] The crux of Valley Oil's arguments

Leach v. Fisher , 345 Mich. 65 (1956)

This motion was likewise taken *71 under advisement,[*] the cases were submitted to the jury, and verdicts were returned for plaintiffs in the amounts been made more advantageous to the company than the verdicts of the jury. It is also urged that the instructions to the jury were misleading and, in effect, directed verdicts for the plaintiffs.

Butcher-V-Johnson , ohioctapp butcher-v-johnson (2011)

He did this by motion in which he alleged that the plaintiffs had already been paid an amount in excess of the verdicts, and asked the court to find that The court overruled these motions, which were filed in each case, and rendered judgments on the verdicts. There can be no question that had separate settlements been made by the plaintiffs, and had the appellant by supplemental answers alleged such settlements

LEACH v. FISHER, 345 Mich. 65 (1956) , 345 Mich. 65 (1956)

Garnishment proceedings consolidated for trial and appeal. On trial before jury both plaintiffs and garnishee defendant moved for directed verdicts. been made more advantageous to the company than the verdicts of the jury. It is also urged that the instructions to the jury were misleading and, in effect, directed verdicts for the plaintiffs.

BROWN v. SCHNEIDER, 32 A.D.2d 712 [3d Dept 1969] , 32 A.D.2d 712 (1969)

Brown, against Schneider in action No. 1 and the verdicts in action No. 2 in favor of Arthur Brown against Schneider, for damages, and in favor of Schneider's The policy of our law to promote settlements and to encourage and protect the settlors against prejudicial and premature disclosure is too well recognized The appellant Schneider waived his right to a mistrial when he failed to object to the continuation of the trial after the settlements were made and elected

THOMPSON v. BRADY, 182 Mass. 321 (1902) , 182 Mass. 321 (1902)

shall be prima facie evidence of an intention not to perform the contracts by actual receipt and delivery, includes settlements in the transactions sought The judge refused to order verdicts for the defendant, and the jury returned a verdict for the plaintiff in each case, in the first case in the sum of The defendant's counselPage 323 construed the words "the fact that settlements had been made" as referring to previous settlements.

Kopsas v. IOWA GR. LAKES SANITARY DIST. , 407 N.W.2d 339 (1987)

By special verdicts the jury attributed to the plaintiffs and defendants the following percentages of comparative negligence: Karla Kopsas 10% When the jury by special verdicts found that neither Johnson nor any other defendant was responsible for fifty percent of the combined negligence of plaintiffs The provision governing releases and settlements, Iowa Code section 668.7, explains the proper method for calculating judgments when the plaintiff has

Daugherty v. Hershberger , 386 Pa. 367 (1956)

Daugherty and his six passengers entered into settlement negotiations with John Mong and arrived at compromise settlements of their claims against him. recovered against him, or a total of $5,860.50, and this wholly irrespective of the amounts of the settlements made by plaintiffs with Mong. The jury returned separate verdicts in favor of the individual plaintiffs, and against the two defendants, in the total sum of $11,720.99.

HARDING v. ONIBOKUN, 14 Misc.3d 790 (2006) , 14 Misc.3d 790 (2006)

Plaintiff also contends that the damages found by the jury were supported by the proof and within the range of other verdicts and settlements for similar Having set forth the court's view on nonappellate verdicts, the court is constrained to also state that such unreviewed verdicts, and settlements, while the settlements reported are also higher.

Mrs. Ruth Barnes, Individually and as Special Administrator of the Estate of Troy Barnes, Deceased v. Keene Corporation, Owens-Illinois, Incorporated, Owens-Corning Fiberglas Corporation , 67 F.3d 626 (1995)

The final judgment reduced the total jury verdict of $216,936.76 by $40,086 based on pretrial settlements, leaving an amount of $176,850.76. Error in Entering Single Judgment 23 A single judgment was entered on the three separate verdicts returned by the jury as follows: Verdict A, a judgment in favor of plaintiff on jury Verdict B, and a judgment in favor of plaintiff on jury Verdict C.

Forbis v. City of Portland , 270 F. Supp. 2d 57 (2003)

Here, the evidence of deliberate indifference is primarily jury verdicts or settlements in a handful of excessive force cases and an ensuing police department These later jury verdicts and settlements cannot substitute for evidence of what the relevant actors knew or should have found out as of April 2001, however After the group of recent jury verdicts and settlements, the City and the police chief requested the Department of Justice to investigate the Portland

Waqui v. Tanner Bros. Contracting Co., Inc. , 121 Ariz. 323 (1979)

Following jury verdicts in favor of Mrs. Waqui and her husband in the sum of $75,000 and in favor of James W. the verdicts in each instance were less than the amounts received by the respective plaintiffs through settlements with third parties. plaintiffs prevailed as the "successful party" in the case that was tried to jury verdicts and judgments in their favor.

CAMPBELL v. HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION CO., 142 Wn. 344 (1927) , 142 Wn. 344 (1927)

Then, instructing the jury with reference to the contentions and evidence on behalf of the appellant, the jury was advised that, if under the evidence Settlements and adjustments upon terms defined were claimed and denied in the testimony. Reversed, and remanded to the superior court with directions to set aside the two verdicts in the secondPage 348 cause of action and grant appellant's

Fernando Duk, Plaintiff-Appellant/cross-Appellee v. Mgm Grand Hotel, Inc., a Nevada Corporation, Dba Mgm Grand Hotel, Casino and Theme Park, Defendant-Third-Party-Plaintiff-Appellee/cross-Appellant v. American Medical Response Clark County Detention Center Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, Third-Party-Defendants/cross-Appellees , 320 F.3d 1052 (2003)

Subsequently, Duk reached settlements with AMR ($50,000) and with Metro and CCDC (combined total of $10,000). The trial court found these settlements to be in good faith. 8 At the second trial, the jury returned a verdict for MGM. The Ninth Circuit has endorsed resubmission of special verdicts,5 and, when the jury is still available, resubmitting an inconsistent verdict best comports

BUTCHER v. JOHNSON, 65 Ohio App. 263 (1940) , 65 Ohio App. 263 (1940)

He did this by motion in which he alleged that the plaintiffs had already been paid an amount in excess of the verdicts, and asked the court to find that There can be no question that had separate settlements been made by the plaintiffs, and had the appellant by supplemental answers alleged such settlements plaintiff, to return verdicts for the defendant, as to such plaintiff.

GOODROW v. NEW YORK TIMES CO., 241 App. Div. 190 (1934) , 241 App. Div. 190 (1934)

Plaintiff has already recovered damages and received settlements aggregating $21,000 from other defendants. Where actions are tried separately and evidence is given as permitted by section 338-a as to damages recovered or settlements received, the jury has not For this purpose, proof as to other verdicts and settlements is proper.Page 193 The verdict was set aside as being excessive.

In Re Eastern and Southern Districts Asbestos Lit. , 772 F. Supp. 1380 (1991)

After four months of evidence and argument and four weeks of deliberation in Phase I, the jury returned plaintiffs' verdicts in fifty-two cases and defense On April 16 the jury rendered its verdicts: twelve in favor of plaintiffs and *1387 three for the defense. the jury verdicts.

Devlin v. McMannis , 231 So. 2d 194 (1970)

At the conclusion of trial, the jury returned verdicts in the amount of $10,000 for Respondent on the estate's claim and in the amount of $5,000 for Respondent rendered by the jury in the amount of $15,000. He treated the settlements as one settlement and the verdicts as one verdict when in fact he should have allowed the settlement obtained by James D.

Ritter v. Village of Appleton , 254 Minn. 30 (1958)

The jury returned verdicts for plaintiffs as follows: Marjorie Howard ......................................... $25,000 Doyle Howard ............ The present appeals are from the judgments entered upon the foregoing verdicts and orders. (4) Were the verdicts excessive?

HARDIN v. NEW YORK CENTRAL, 145 W. Va. 676 (1960) , 145 W. Va. 676 (1960)

the plaintiffs in the consolidated actions for the full amount of the verdicts of the jury. from the verdicts. The verdicts of the jury are approved as returned and the case is remanded to the Court of Common Pleas of Kanawha County with directions to credit each

Theobold v. Angelos , 40 N.J. 295 (1963)

Upon receipt of the verdicts of $65,000 for Theobold and $1,000 for Golden, the trial court undertook to mold them in accordance with his conception of and the other persons who have made settlements with the plaintiff. their verdicts.

THEOBOLD v. ANGELOS, 40 N.J. 295 (1963) , 40 N.J. 295 (1963)

Upon receipt of the verdicts of $65,000 for Theobold and $1,000 for Golden, the trial court undertook to mold them in accordance with his conception of and the other persons who have made settlements with the plaintiff. their verdicts.

Florida Power & Light Co. v. Polackwich , 677 So. 2d 880 (1996)

The jury returned sizeable verdicts for the two estates, but determined that Dr. the verdict form, and that the settlements should result in a pro tanto setoff. We conclude that the trial court correctly submitted this issue to the jury, and that this portion of the verdict is not affected by the other errors.

Duggan v. Hallmark Pool Mfg. Co., Inc. , 398 N.W.2d 175 (1986)

He reached settlements with the dealer and the motel and the case against the manufacturer proceeded to trial. The jury returned special verdicts in favor of plaintiffs and assessed damages of $1,250,000 to Michael Duggan and $250,000 to Ann Duggan,[1] allocating We are spared from answering either question because we know from consistent special verdicts that the jury rejected the theory for application in this

Doctors Company v. Sherman Oaks Hospital CA2/8 , doctors-company-v-sherman-oaks-hospital-ca28 (2013)

Both Espinoza and Mayes involved jury trials, and in both jurors determined the amount of economic and noneconomic damages. The verdicts in Espinoza and Mayes allowed the courts to easily differentiate the economic from the noneconomic damages. Moser (2013) 219 Cal.App.4th 1170, 1177 [Espinoza and its progeny establish method for applying allocations of jury verdict to settlements].)

Ervin-V-Pittsburgh , pa ervin-v-pittsburgh (2008)

Except in minor instances, the approval of such settlements and the entry of the consent verdicts "was never, during the period aforesaid, submitted to and also offered in evidence the indictments found by the grand jury against plaintiff and the indictments and convictions of Mehard, appellee's previous It was the city which long acquiesced in the practice of permitting its Solicitor to consent to verdicts against it when settlements had been agreed to

BLAKE v. NEUROLOGICAL SPECIALISTS, No. (X02) CV 94 0155265 S (May 9, 2003) , 2003 Ct. Sup. 6943 (2003)

On December 12, 2001, the jury in this case returned verdicts for the plaintiff, Elaine Blake, against the defendants, Lawrence M. Even without a specific explanation as to how the jury might have reached their verdicts, the defendants argue that in context, having awarded the plaintiff Jury; and to several out-of-state loss-of-consortium verdicts in amounts approaching or exceeding $1 million. See, e.g., Wheat v.

Traylor v. Wachter , 3 Kan. App. 2d 536 (1979)

The jury went to dinner, reassembled, deliberated and reported its verdicts at 1:20 a.m. to impeach the written jury verdicts. There is complaint made that the jury verdicts were the product of jury passion and prejudice.

Peugh v. Oliger , 345 S.W.2d 610 (1961)

With the foregoing to guide us, we consider the remaining verdicts. A. The jury returned a verdict for Mrs. and judgments were not obtained through probate settlements. since the verdicts and judgments here involved were not obtained through probate settlements. [11] There is an annotation in 112 A.L.R. 30, supplemented

Yuzari v. Southern Auto Sales , 688 F. Supp. 825 (1988)

The jury returned verdicts for the plaintiff Haim Yuzari in the amount of $1,000,000.00, for the plaintiff Nahemi Yuzari's loss of consortium in the amount Yuzari and to $6,500.00 for Mr. Hirshman. Prior to the rendering of these verdicts, Mr. The plaintiffs argue that, even if the amounts received in settlement are added to the jury verdicts, they are not excessive as a matter of law, considering

Greenemeier by Redington v. Spencer , 719 P.2d 710 (1986)

The jury returned verdicts against Spencer, awarding $8,000 compensatory damages to Redington and $50,000 compensatory and $1,000 exemplary damages to the defendant or defendants found responsible by the jury and the other persons who have made settlements with the plaintiff." settlements and will promote verdicts based only on legally appropriate considerations.[5] In order to facilitate effective appellate review, the trial

Farrell-V-Nebraska-Indemnity-Co , minn farrell-v-nebraska-indemnity-co (1995)

Counsel for plaintiffs in this action and counsel for plaintiffs in the other actions were witnesses and gave testimony which showed that the settlements If verdicts were rendered upon conflicting evidence, placing the negligence upon Muraski (in the absence of errors occurring at the trial) such verdicts The combined verdicts would likely be many times larger than the amount for which settlements were made.

NEW YORK CITY ASBESTOS LITIG., 151 Misc.2d 1 (1991) , 151 Misc.2d 1 (1991)

The jury rendered damages verdicts totaling slightly over $73,000,000 which will be remitted according to a formula. his attorney had knowingly made decisions when entering into the settlements. It is the latter which comprises the bulk of these verdicts.

Keene Corp. v. Levin , 330 Md. 287 (1993)

In proceedings held in the Circuit Court for Baltimore City, a jury returned verdicts for compensatory damages in favor of plaintiffs in three consolidated Petitioners contend that the judgments entered against them following the verdicts in favor of the plaintiffs Leaf, et al. do not represent a final and have received money in connection with those settlements.

Statute

25.077 Negligence case settlements and jury verdicts;case reporting. — , 25.077 (2020)

25.077 Negligence case settlements and jury verdicts;case reporting. — Through the state's uniform case reporting system, the clerk of court shall report to the Office of the State Courts Administrator, beginning in 2003, information from each settlement or jury verdict and final judgment in negligence amount of economic damages and noneconomic damages awarded to each plaintiff, identifying those damages that are to be paid jointly and severally and by

504.120. Verdicts of jury. , 504.120 (2020)

Verdicts of jury. In cases in which the defendant provides evidence at trial of his mental illness or insanity at the time of the offense, the jury or court may find the

532.055. Verdicts and sentencing by jury in felonycases. , 532.055 (2020)

Verdicts and sentencing by jury in felonycases. conclusion of the proof, the court shall instruct the jury on the range of punishment and counsel for the defendant may present arguments followed by The jury shall then retire and recommend a sentence for the defendant.

SECTION VII-15 Jury trials — Verdicts. , 8d3f52794ea05267 (2020)

SECTION VII-15 Jury trials — Verdicts. In all jury trials the jury shall return a general verdict, and no law in force nor any law hereafter enacted, shall require the court to direct the jury

Sec. 52-224. Special verdicts. Jury to assess damages. , 52-224 (2020)

Special verdicts. Jury to assess damages. In a special verdict the jury shall find the facts, and state the questions of law thus: If the law be so in such a point, then we find for the plaintiff If two or more issues are presented in one count, interrogatories are proper; if in separate counts, separate verdicts may be had. 94 Conn. 690.

604.01 Comparative Fault; Effect. , 604.01 (2020)

The court may, and when requested by any party shall, direct the jury to find separate special verdicts determining the amount of damages and the percentage Credit for settlements and payments; refund. All settlements and payments made under subdivisions 2 and 3 shall be credited against any final settlement or judgment; provided however that in the event

§ 36-2208. Duties of Commissioner — Review and evaluation — Study andanalysis of cost of administration. , 36-2208 (2020)

Summaries of all claims activities, including number of claims filed, lawsuits filed, resolution of closed claims and lawsuits, amounts paid in settlements , jury verdicts, defense attorney fees, expert witness costs and other defense costs; 3. All filed base rates and proposed rate increases; and 6. All risk-management activities, including continuing education and counseling of insureds.

09.20.100. Verdicts. , 09.20.100 (2020)

Verdicts. In a civil case tried by a jury in any court, whether of record or not, not less than five-sixths of the jury may render a verdict, which is entitled to Special verdicts need not be concurred in by the same jurors.