Museum, Security Company Settle For $7 Million With Injured Contractor

(May 10, 2016, 10:28 AM EDT) -- PHILADELPHIA — A Philadelphia museum and its security company on May 6 agreed to pay a contractor who nearly died after falling through a glass panel 38 feet to the floor more than $7 million, according to a press release (Phani Guthula v. Rodin Museum, et al., No. 130801730, Pa. Comm. Pls., Philadelphia Co.).

The Rodin Museum in the Philadelphia Museum of Art and its private security company, Allied Barton Security Services, agreed to pay Phani Guthula $7.25 million just before jury selection in the Philadelphia...
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