... the lack of serious physical injury or disregard for the health and safety of the consuming public
dictates a proportionally lower award of punitive damages than in Waddill [v. Anchor Hocking,
Inc. 190 Or.App. 172, 670 78 P.3d 570 (2003) (involving personal injuries resulting from ...
... Specifically, we begin by considering whether the allegations in the Pierre plaintiffs' complaints
triggered a duty to defend Starplex under the "personal injury" provisions of Nautilus's policy
insuring Starplex. ... ". The policy defined "personal injury," in part, as follows: "13. ...
... 233 Based on 1920 Studebaker and later cases that describe Article I, section 17, in similar
terms, plaintiff argues that her wrongful death action is "of like nature" to an ordinary
common-law personal injury action. In that regard, she argues: ...
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