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Recreational use statutes encourage landowners to open land for public recreational use by providing the landowner immunity from liability for personal injury. The purpose of the recreational use statute is to encourage the opening of lands to the general public that would otherwise be closed. Immunity under the recreational use statute applies only if 1) […]
Shelly’s daughter was considering buying a house. The house was occupied by tenants who kept a Rottweiler-Labrador mixed dog. Shelly accompanied her daughter on an inspection of the house. The tenants had informed the real estate broker that their dog would be closed up in the laundry, which no one should enter. The inspector and […]
Jamie Fast lost her viable unborn son. She attributed the loss to an alleged failure by her health care providers to timely recognize and act upon the risk she would develop gestational diabetes. The Fasts sued for the mom’s own personal injury claim, and for a wrongful death claim for the loss of her baby. […]
Our client was offered only $8,000 before he had an attorney. We were able to eventually settle the personal injury claim for $82,500.
Anna got a tattoo. The ink was apparently contaminated with bacteria when the tattoo artist received it from the distributor. Several of the tattoo artist’s clients, including Anna, suffered negative reactions. Most of the tattoo clients quickly recovered. Anna did not. Anna’s doctor diagnosed a bacterial infection at the tattoo site and prescribed antibiotics. The […]
Gilberto was walking home one night when he noticed two men following him. They assaulted Gilberto in a poorly lit area of the apartment complex in which he lived. Gilberto sued the apartment complex. He alleged that the apartment was aware of numerous previous criminal incidents, and therefore the lack of a security gate […]
When I was in law school and working for a law firm we had a client who was badly burned by a defective gas grill. The manufacturer was a Mexican company. I had to research how to serve the Mexican company as one of the defendants, found the answer in a treaty. A recent Washington […]
Suzette worked for Frontier Bank. In December 2009, her employer instructed her to visit some local businesses that did their baking with Frontier Bank. Suzette visited one such business, walked out, and headed next door to another business. Before she reached the next door Suzette found herself on the ground. She had seen no obstruction […]
Renato and Joleen lived with their two small children in an apartment. One day when Joleen was alone with the kids Joleen heard one child screaming. She was in the bathroom, and could not see the kids. At first she assumed it was horseplay. When the screaming continued Joleen went to investigate. Joleen discovered her […]
A woman frequently visited a high school to use its running track. On one occasion she took a different route, one that required her to step down from the bleachers onto the track. She did not accurately perceive the rise that separated the bleachers from the track surface. As she took the step, she fell […]
Darla suffered from sleep apnea. She underwent surgery involving cutting bone on the upper and lower jaws to advance them, thereby opening airway space to improve her breathing. After surgery Darla suffered pain and green pus exuded from one of her surgical wounds. She went for a follow-up. She continued to experience pain and […]
Bad Things Come to Those Who Wait. While it is often best to attempt to settle a personal injury case before filing a lawsuit—insurance companies do not always make reasonable offers, sometimes not even enough to cover medical expenses. If a personal injury lawsuit is the only realistic option, filing the personal injury lawsuit […]
A bicyclist riding in a city park attempted to steer around a speed bump. The speed bump was painted yellow. The City had placed an asphalt berm between the speed bump and the curb in order to divert water. The berm was about one inch shorter than the speed bump. It was not pained. The […]
A Lowe’s Home Improvement customer was viewing a kitchen counter display when a box fell from above and hit her between the eyes. She never saw it coming. The box was not part of the kitchen counter display. The box was on a high shelf, out of reach of customers, and accessible only by […]
Dori moved back to her father’s rural home to help care for him after he was diagnosed with cancer. Her father kept an all-terrain-vehicle (ATV), which he had modified so the driver could swift from two-wheel-drive to four-wheel-drive.
Graber owned cows. His neighbors testified they had repeatedly seen cows outside Graber’s fence, either on neighboring property or on the highway. Some neighbors testified that they had repeatedly called Graber to notify him that cattle had left his property. Evidence showed that Graber himself believed that strangers had opened his gates on several occasions, […]
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Raymond Grove underwent a six hour cardiac surgery performed by Dr. Leone. Dr. Leone remained Grove’s primary physician until Dr. Leone left for Christmas vacation December 25, when a second doctor, and then a few days later a third, took over. Grove had a difficult recovery from surgery. He developed pneumonia and a blood infection. […]