South Carolina woman gets awarded more than $4.6 million in damages after being pricked by a needle in a Target parking lot.
- Jury awarded the sum to Carla Denise Garrison, of Anderson, on Thursday.
- Her daughter, 8, picked up a needle at Target in May, court documents say.
- Garrison swatted it out of her hand and needle got stuck in her own palm.
- Had to take anti-HIV medication that left her bedridden; tested negative.
- Her attorney had offered $12,000 deal, which Target had rejected.