Baltimore jury awards $3 million in lead paint case

A Baltimore jury awarded $3 million to a woman exposed to lead paint as a child, the third and largest verdict she has received in a case that has been reversed twice due to issues with expert testimony. The jury deliberated for eight hours before awarding Starlena Stevenson, now 28, $1 million in economic damages and ...

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