NORRIS v. LACMTA
Insurance fraud case. Plaintiff claimed that her broken leg had resulted from falling on a bus and that she thought the driver intended to exit the bus to take down her claims information. He drove off instead and was unidentified. It resulted in a 10-2 verdict for the defense. It is worth noting because the two votes for the plaintiff came from late additions to the jury, at a time when the judge was tired of calling up panels and cut short voir dire.
Consequently, two people who would have been rejected earlier got through to sit without adequate questioning to challenge for cause, and both of them voted for the plaintiff.