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Family Sues After Woman Is Killed By Commercial Pickup

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A woman who stopped by the side of the road to render aid after a car accident was struck and killed by another vehicle, a pickup truck while she was attempting to help. Her family has since filed a wrongful death lawsuit against one of the drivers involved in the accident and the driver… Read More »

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Parents Win Suit After Son Killed By Bus In Motorcycle Crash

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The parents of a 33-year-old man won their lawsuit against Miami-Dade County after they proved that a bus driver illegally moved into an intersection causing a fatal chain-reaction crash that took the life of their son. The incident occurred in 2019 and despite winning their case, they have yet to receive a dime. This… Read More »

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School Bus Lawsuit And Injury Season

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While most are excited about football, fall, watching the colors change on the trees, and Halloween, your friendly neighborhood personal injury lawyer knows that this season is all about school bus accidents and injuries. Already, there have been several articles concerning school bus deaths including a man on a motorcycle who was negligently killed… Read More »

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Pub Golf Outing Results In Loss Of Part Of Skull

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We don’t normally talk about lawsuits filed in other countries, but we can pretend this lawsuit was filed in the United States and theorize on how it would play out if it were filed in our home state of Florida. Besides, it’s too weird not to share. One UK employee has filed a lawsuit… Read More »

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Man Loses Lawsuit To Power Company After Electrocution Injury

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A tow truck driver filed a lawsuit against a utility company after he suffered severe electrocution injuries while trying to tow a vehicle. The man blamed the power company for failing to secure the power lines that caused his injury. However, the utility company prevailed at trial after they were able to convince a… Read More »

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City To Pay $1.7M After Failed Police Pursuit

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A lot of tension between the public and police officers is related to pursuits of suspects in dangerous situations. Today, police departments are much more cautious about pursuing suspects in residential or high-traffic areas. The danger is that the suspect will harm someone else as they are attempting to evade police. That is precisely… Read More »

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Can Nurses Be Held Individually Liable For Patient Injuries?

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A recent State Supreme Court decision in North Carolina allows nurses to be individually sued for medical negligence. Prior to this ruling, nurses who were working under the care of a doctor were not liable for injuries, only the doctor or hospital was. After this ruling, individual nurses can be held liable. This is… Read More »

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Hospital Sued Over Deaths Related To COVID-19, Remdesivir

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A California hospital is being sued after they prescribed the drug Remdesivir to several COVID-19 patients, some of whom died. Remdesivir is an antiviral medication used to treat the Ebola virus. Now, 14 lawsuits have been filed against the hospital relating to injuries and a lack of informed consent when prescribing the medication to… Read More »

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Three Residents At Linked Nursing Homes Die Of Poisoning

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An investigation is underway after three nursing home residents died of poisoning at two separate facilities both run by the same health care principal. Two lawsuits have thus far been filed alleging insufficient staffing and negligent training as key factors in the death. In one case, a 94 died after ingesting “something food-related” but… Read More »

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Army Sued After Sergent’s Suicide

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The family of a Fort Hood soldier has filed a $25 million lawsuit against the Army after the man took his own life. While the family is not disputing that the soldier killed himself, they believe that the way the army handled his mental health concerns played a prominent role in his suicide. According… Read More »

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