Jury Awards $2.25M To Survivors Of Bus Crash

Law360, New York (March 10, 2010, 4:08 PM EST) -- A New York state jury has awarded $2.25 million for pain and suffering to three survivors of a 2005 collision involving a bus carrying members of a Canadian women's hockey team, in the first of what could be several damages trials stemming from the crash.

On Monday, a six-person Livingston County Supreme Court jury awarded former Windsor Wildcats hockey players Carly Labadie and Troy Gault $1 million and $500,000, respectively. Assistant coach Jason Mailloux was awarded $750,000.

The verdict followed a six-day trial and four hours...
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