Torts — Automobile accident — Damages — Trial court did not abuse discretion by denying defendants’ motion for new trial or remittitur after jury had returned verdict for an amount in excess of $4 million — Plaintiff’s counsel’s statements in closing argument that defendant had not admitted running stop sign that caused accident, that defendant’s prior testimony was not the truth, that defendant had not previously apologized to plaintiff, and that defendant’s conduct was horrible were not grounds for new trial — Damages award was not excessive — In awarding future damages, jury was not bound by mortality tables when determining plaintiff’s life expectancy
44 Fla. L. Weekly D2279b
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