$ 200million verdict winners land new trial bid in fatal shipping case

By Rosie Manins (October 8, 2021, 7:31 p.m. EDT) – Parents of a young boy killed in a boating crash on a lake in Georgia have scoffed at the boatbuilder’s offer for a retrial over the aftermath of a $ 200 million verdict, claiming “the proverbial kitchen sink was not spared” in the defendant company’s attempt to avoid paying.

Stephen and Margaret Batchelder, who live in Florida, on Thursday asked a Georgia state court to dismiss a judgment or new lawsuit from Tennessee company Malibu Boats LLC, which was found to have been negligent by report on the death of their 7 year old. old son. Ryan Batchelder died on Lake Burton in July 2014 …

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