Man Injured In Greyhound Bus Crash Wins $27M Jury Award

By Fola Akinnibi (February 1, 2016, 8:22 PM EST) -- An Ohio jury said Greyhound and its driver were negligent in a bus crash on a Pennsylvania interstate and must pay a passenger who was seriously injured on the trip from New York to Ohio more than $27 million in damages, according to Cuyahoga County court documents.

The jury — which issued its verdict on punitive damages Thursday, after a day and a half of deliberations, and a verdict for compensatory damages on Jan. 22 — found both Greyhound Lines Inc. and its driver negligent in their operation of the bus and liable for Mark Soberay's injuries, which included a severed...

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