Jurors consult a dictionary. They should have looked up the word “mistrial.”
Bicyclist versus car. Car wins.
A drunk jaywalker sues the driver who hit him.
A store manager cuts a rope, causing boxes to fall onto a truck driver. Is Lowe’s at fault?
Lifetyle Lift promised a lot. Did it deliver?
A stone from a fireplace veneer falls and injures a tenant. Is the landlord liable?
Dental malpratice claim hinges on procedural snafu.
A mentally disturbed woman dies after being released from psychiatric care. Is the hospital to blame?
A woman and her mom threaten to “go all black on” her doctor. For some reason, they did not want a jury to know this.
Doctors whose negligence lower the odds of a better outcome may be liable.
A huge snow pile blocks a driver’s vision of on-coming traffic. As you might guess, this does not end well.
Filing bankruptcy affects your personal injury claim. Consult an attorney for more information.
A sheriff deputy was not having it his way when a Burger King employee spat in his burger.
A lawyer has but two tools. Those two saws had better be kept sharp.
Statute of limitations cases of 2012. Every year several personal injury cases are appealed after being dismissed because the case was not properly brought before the statute of limitations deadline. Here is our first annual review of statute of limitations cases, a sad catalog of personal injury cases lost over a procedural technicality – a technicality that is usually avoidable. Read the 2012 SOL review.
Playboy Bunny Photo Used Against Injury Claimant
Person Who Fell on Wet Floor Sign Wins Appeal
A Dead Horse Leads to a $2.7 Million Verdict
Courts Reject Injury Attorney’s Fees as too High
Drunk Man Bounced from Bar Assaults Woman in Downtown Seattle
Defective Shopping Cart Suit Against Best Buy Dismissed
Medical Malpractice Case Dismissed on Basketball Analogy
Courts Rule Parents of Developmentally Disabled Have no Wrongful Death Claim
Doctor Dies by Alleged Malpractice of Another Doctor
The Infant Crib Safety Act is Not Dumb
Parents Not Liable for Teenager’s Assault with Gun
Am I liable if my senior parent has a car accident?
New Trial Granted to Medical Malpractice Plaintiff After Juror Racial Comments