Family-dining companyâ€™s insurance firm to pay $13M after settlement
A jury has awarded $46 million to plaintiffs in a case involving a 2007 shooting at a Denny’s restaurant near Seattle, after finding the family-dining company negligent for not adequately protecting its customers and employees. The award, delivered late Monday from a 12-person jury in King County Superior Court after a four-week trial, is a record amount for personal injury cases in Washington state. The jury had deliberated for four days. Denny’s insurance company has negotiated ...
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