Family Awarded $6.5M After Baby Severely Burned at Resort
March 21, 2019
A California Jury has awarded over $6 Million to infant and her family when the child suffered severe burns at a California Resort. The jury found the Resort almost completely liable when one of its waiters left a carafe of coffee within the infants reach. You can read the Law360 article here...
Walmart Shopper Awarded $17M By Jury In Shoplifter Collision Suit
March 06, 2019
A West Virginia jury awarded approximately $17 million to a woman injured at a Walmart store. The jury found the Walmart store 30 percent liable for failing to maintain their premises in a safe condition while staff was in the process of detaining a shoplifter. You can read the Law360 article here...
N.Y. Appeals Court Rules Injured Weightlifter’s 3-Month-Late-Filed Notice of Claim Against NYC May Move Forward
March 05, 2019
New York’s Appellate Division, First Department overturned a lower court’s dismissal of a plaintiff’s claim against the City of New York. In an action for personal injuries resulting from an incident at a city-run recreation center, the Supreme Court dismissed plaintiff’s claim for failing to file a notice of claim within the required 90 days. While plaintiff failed to file a...
New York High Court Sustains $6.1M Award for Woman Injured in Fall Down Stairs
February 22, 2019
The New York Appellate Division First Department upheld a Bronx Jury’s award from a verdict in favor of a plaintiff who fractured her ankle when she fell down stairs on the defendant’s property. The $6.1 million pain-and-suffering award was upheld as well as the total award of $10.4 million, becoming one of the largest verdicts affirmed by the First Department for this type of injury....
Wisconsin Appeals Court Revives Medical Malpractice Suit
February 15, 2019
A Wisconsin appeals court revived a medical malpractice suit dismissed by a lower court finding it unclear as to the timing of the statute of limitations. The appeals court disagreed with the lower courts determination that the one year statute of limitations had run, precluding plaintiffs suit. The determination of when the statute of limitations began running would be a determination for...
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