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By: Scott Rees
A cardiologist was found liable for failing to warn his patient to avoid strenuous physical activity. Shortly thereafter, the decedent engaged in strenuous activity — a “threesome.” The patient died in the act.
The jury awarded the decedent’s family $5 million. However, the jury decided that the decedent was 40 percent responsible for his own death by participating in the sex act, thereby reducing the award by $2 million.
Morals obviously still play an important and expensive role to juries here in the south, although less than some might have thought given the facts of this case.
Please visit the below link to read more about the trial.
Jury Awards $3 Million in Man’s Sex Death