A cable company has been ordered to spend above $7 billion in damages to the spouse and children of 83-12 months-old Texas grandmother Betty Thomas who was brutally stabbed to demise in her residence by a Spectrum worker in 2019.
Roy James Holden, an installer for Spectrum, owned by Charter Communications, had carried out get the job done at Thomas’ residence in Irving in December 2019, law enforcement claimed at the time.
Holden returned the subsequent working day in uniform and utilizing the firm’s van while he was off, posing as if he was on the career, and killed her, then utilized her cards for a searching spree soon after her murder, prosecutors claimed.
In June, a Dallas County jury found Constitution Communications negligent and grossly negligent in Thomas’ dying.
The jury awarded a verdict of $375 million in compensatory damages and mentioned the corporation was dependable for shelling out