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Jury returns $1.25 million verdict to sulfuric acid spill victims

A personal injury defendant was ordered by a jury to pay damages of more than $1.25 million to six people personally injured from a sulfuric acid spill. The defendant has been found liable for personal injuries such as skin burns, eye irritations, and respiratory and eye problems sustained. The toxic tort leak occurred in 2004, stemming from a cracked pipe at a chemical plant.

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