FAIRLESS HILLS, Pa. - A hearing took place Tuesday in the State Supreme Court for a woman who lost her leg in a school bus crash in Bucks County.
Back in 2007, Ashley Zauflik was struck by a school bus outside Pennsbury High School.
The district admitted fault and a jury awarded Zauflik $14 million.
A judge later dropped that award to $500,000, citing state law on damage caps.
Zauflik is appealing that decision; her lawyer says she deserves the full amount of the award.
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