"The law has a measure, and the law has a cap [on pain and suffering]. And that cap is you," Philip Henry tells jurors before they hand down a $36 million verdict.
Arguing pain and suffering damages presents a unique problem to a plaintiffs' attorney: how to measure that amount in a way that resonates with jurors. In a wrongful death, medical malpractice trial, Henry Spiegel Milling's Philip Henry delivered a closing argument that led jurors to return an eight-figure award. Marion v. North Fulton Hospital.