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Electrocution and missing evidence lead to $16 million verdict
BOULDER, Colo. -- A Broomfield man has won the largest "premises liability" verdict in Colorado history. A Boulder County jury awarded Brian Warembourg $16 million after the 33-year old was electrocuted on the job in September 2015. Warembourg was installing floors for a house under construction in Berthoud, Colorado when he was electrocuted while trying to flip the circuit breakers, after noticing he wasn't getting any power from the electrical box.