In a recent ruling, a New York jury has ordered the Long Island Rail Road to pay more than $247,000 to Judith Cohen, who was injured when she fell into a train-platform gap at a Long Island train station in 2006.
Cohen, who is 72, suffered shoulder and knee fractures during the accident at Huntington Station in Long Island. The $247,000 was for pain and suffering, and included an award for lost productivity for husband Joseph Cohen.
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