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Plaintiff can itemize damages for a jury, court says (access required)

The Supreme Court has resolved a lingering question about personal injury trial practice by approving a plaintiff’s listing of possible damage amounts during closing argument. Fairfax lawyer Edward L. Weiner said he has been getting “some really good verdicts” by suggesting specific amounts for each element of damages he’s entitled to seek for his clients. His ...

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