Wednesday, January 23, 2013
Plaintiff hunter suffered blindness, brain trauma, and extensive scarring. He was injured by another hunter, who had been barred from having a gun because of a prior conviction. The judge awarded over $4 million in damages. The case was argued by Schmidt Kramer's Joe Chapman (Widener Law '08). The story (pdf) is here: Download Hobbins Verdict -- Daily Item, 1-18-13.