Mirlande Wilson, a shift worker at a Maryland McDonald's claims to have a winning Mega Millions ticket.  Her co-workers say part of the winnings belong to them.

Two other winning tickets were sold in Illinois and Kansas, so a single Maryland winner would get an after-tax lump sum of $105 million, or $5.59 million a year for 26 years.  Wilson bought tickets for a group of co-workers but claims the winning ticket was an individual purchase so she refuses to share the winnings.  Today Fox Civil Trial Law Expert Brett Myers joined "Mornings With Ken & Bernie" to discuss the problems facing Ms. Wilson.

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