Caliber Builders, LLC v. Waste Water Systems of North Carolina, Inc. The plaintiff-contractor presented evidence that it paid the defendant-supplier $42,750.25 but that the supplier never even ordered the supplies; nevertheless, the jury awarded the contractor only $19,289.45 in damages. Where the trial court found the jury’s verdict to be against the greater weight of the evidence, the court should have granted a new trial on the issue of damages rather than amending the judgment to increase the amount of damages. Poor v. Hill, 138 N.C. App. 19, 530 S.E.2d 838 (2000).
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