In Brief: Antonio Benedi v. McNeil
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Antonio Benedi v. McNeil: On July 11, a panel of three judges will hear arguments on whether McNeil should receive a reversal of the October jury verdict for the plaintiff and a new trial ("The Tan Sheet" April 10, p. 13). Benedi had asserted in his complaint that he had to have his liver removed after allegedly taking recommended amounts of Tylenol and drinking alcohol. The jury awarded him $7.8 mil. in damages ("The Tan Sheet" October 31, 1994, p. 20)...
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