Illinois Appeals Court Finds Indecipherable Asbestos Verdict Requires New Trial

Illinois Appeals Court Finds Indecipherable Asbestos Verdict Requires New Trial

CLEVELAND - Saying it would take an "absolute guess" to decipher a jury's intent in awarding an asbestos plaintiff no compensatory award but then imposing punitive damages of $700,000, an Illinois appeals court on June 26 remanded for a new trial on negligence claims (Larry Dunham and Mary Venturini Dunham v. Honeywell International Inc., et al., No. 4-12-0608, Ill. App., 4th Dist.).

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