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Former JP Morgan Analyst Awarded $35 Million After Suffering Brain Damage from Glass Door Collapse

A former JP Morgan analyst was awarded a $35 million verdict after the glass door of a Manhattan building suddenly shattered on her nearly a decade ago, leaving her with permanent brain damage, The Post has learned.

The ruling in favor of Meghan Brown, 36, followed a three-week trial in which jurors were shown shocking surveillance footage of the moment the 7½-foot-tall lobby door seemingly exploded as she was walking through it while leaving a physical therapy appointment in 2015.

“I do remember seeing glass, like, everywhere, in the lobby, near me,” Brown told jurors in Manhattan Supreme Court.

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