Crane Damages, Even Reduced, Still Could Be a 'Game-Changer'
A Manhattan appeals court has more than cut in half the wrongful death damages awarded to the families of two men killed in a horrific 2008 crane collapse, but lawyers for the families, as well as defense counsel, said the remaining amounts awarded may still be groundbreaking, especially in the area of pre-impact terror damages.
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