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Barrett McNagny
Indiana courts have adopted the majority view which provides that, absent a statute or public policy concern, pre-injury waivers and releases, or exculpatory agreements that release a party from liability ...
Morrison Mahoney LLP
Ocasio v. Verdura Construction, LLC, 215 Conn. App. 139 (2022). The plaintiff brought an action against a property owner alleging injury from a defective railing.
Morris James LLP
Shoulder dystocia is a common cause of birth injuries. This article discusses medical malpractice claims involving shoulder dystocia, and answers common questions patients and...
Morris James LLP
To expand court access for victims of medical malpractice, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court recently changed its venue rules for medical malpractice cases.
Morris James LLP
Cauda Equina Syndrome (CES) is a rare neurologic condition, but trained medical providers are required to understand the signs and symptoms associated with...
Morris James LLP
Brachial plexus injuries in infants are most commonly caused by trauma to the neck as it stretches away from the shoulders during birth.
Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis LLP
In Kropp v. United Airlines, Inc., the plaintiff alleged that she suffered an injury when her flight encountered turbulence.
Venable LLP
Nearly anyone who can read a newspaper understands the meaning of a FOIL or FOIA request.
Morrison Mahoney LLP
Consolidated action by passengers as to a flight in May 2019 from the Naval Station at Guantanamo Bay Cuba to the Naval Air Station in Jacksonville Florida.
Taylor English Duma
A federal clinic in Maine has agreed to an $8 million settlement of claims that its doctors failed to diagnose signs of child abuse.
Collins Einhorn Farrell
A large majority of civil lawsuits settle before trial. While some statistics reflect that 95% of cases settle, the percentage is likely higher.
Duane Morris LLP
Causation in personal injury actions, including product liability claims related to drugs and medical devices and toxic tort actions related to exposure to hazardous substances, must be proven within a reasonable degree of medical probability based upon competent expert testimony.
Morrison Mahoney LLP
In the first COVID trial to result in a jury verdict for a policyholder, a Texas jury has awarded $48 million to the Baylor College of Medicine in its suit against Lloyds.
Freeman Mathis & Gary
The litigation battleground in class actions arising out of data breaches is almost always fought on Article III standing.
Freeman Law
Taxpayers initiate lawsuits for a variety of reasons. For example, a taxpayer may bring a lawsuit against a defendant for breach of contract, personal negligence, defamation, or for a litany of other claims.
Duane Morris LLP
In a precedential ruling, the Third Circuit reinstated a class action lawsuit filed by a former employee who was required to provide sensitive personal and financial information to her...
Ward and Smith, P.A.
In recent years, the United States Supreme Court has issued two opinions, in the cases of BNSF Railway Co. v. Tyrrell and Bristol-Myers Squibb Co. v. Superior Ct. of California, San Francisco Cnty., ...
Freeman Mathis & Gary
The New Jersey Tort Claims Act remains a viable defense this summer for public entities, even for cases involving uneven boardwalks at the New Jersey shore.
Drew Eckl & Farnham, LLP
Even those with a cursory knowledge of the legal system understand that evidence is crucial to any case. But what most people do not know is that the absence of evidence...
For years almost 2000 plaintiffs have been litigating in Federal Court in South Carolina against dozens of manufacturers and distributors of fire-fighting aqueous film-forming foams (AFFFs)...
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