A Broward County jury awarded $132,000 in the death of a Florida woman who smoked cigarettes for more than 50 years.

Dorothy Milinkovich’s daughter Deborah Neff alleged in Neff v. R.J. Reynolds and Philip Morris that her mother became a lifelong smoker after starting at 14 years old and that she smoked more than three packs a day.

Neff blamed the tobacco companies, R.J. Reynolds and Phillip Morris, for Milinkovich’s deadly lung cancer because they created addictive cigarettes, and allegedly hid the dangers of smoking from the masses, according to media reports.

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