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  • Lone Tree Surgery Center

    June 30, 2017 On March 23, 2017, Robbin Smith, a paralyzed woman from Colorado, was awarded $14.9 million after The Surgery Center at Lone Tree, a medical-care facility that focuses on same-day surgical care, was found to commit medical malpractice. According to her attorneys, this was the second-largest malpractice verdict in the state’s history. A […]

  • LA Rams player lawsuit

    June 20, 2017 In early May 2017, a jury concluded that Dominique Easley, a defensive tackle for Los Angeles Rams, should pay Wiley Brown $149,000 for a dog bite that he suffered during an uninvited visit to Easley’s home. While Easley was out of town in April 2014, he rented a townhouse in Boca Raton […]

  • Dentistry lawsuit following toddler death

    May 31, 2017 The family of Daisy Lynn Torres took legal action against Austin Children’s Dentistry, Dr. Michael Melanson, the on-site anesthesiologist and the Texas Anesthesiology Association for the wrongful death of their 14-month-old daughter who died following a dental procedure. The lawsuit asserts that Daisy Lynn’s death was tied to a corporate scam to […]

  • VA Hospital Lawsuit Award Arizona

    April 30, 2017 Steven Harold Cooper received an award for $2.5 million dollars after U.S. Magistrate Judge Michelle Burns concluded that the substandard care Cooper received at the Carl T. Hayden VA Medical Center led to his stage-IV prostate cancer, unnecessary physical and mental suffering and loss of dignity and life satisfaction. Cooper, now 46 […]

  • Robot kills factory worker lawsuit

    April 20, 2017 Wanda Holbrook, a Grand Rapids resident and 12-year veteran of an automotive factory, died when a robot’s arm malfunctioned and pressed her head into a fixture on July 7, 2015. The Ventra Ionia Plant used robots to weld plates onto truck bumpers, and one robotic arm swung into the 57-year-old woman’s area, resulting […]

  • $56 Million awarded in CalTrans lawsuit

    March 31, 2017 In February 2017, a 26-yr.-old man received $56.5 million in a jury lawsuit award from the California Department of Transportation after he was paralyzed while working construction by Highway 101 in Eureka on Aug. 30, 2011. A 1997 Acura plowed into the worker who was partially hidden in a hole off the […]

  • Damages awarded in Califronia teen's wrongful death

    February 28, 2017 At the end of a lengthy trial in the Compton Superior Court, a California family received a $26 million award in damages for the wrongful death of their teenage son, Mason Zisette. The deliberating jury handed down the largest verdict in California concerning a minor’s death. Mason Zisette received an invitation to […]

  • Microsoft PTSD Lawsuit

    February 20, 2017 In a lawsuit filed in late December 2016, two former Microsoft employees allege the development of post-traumatic stress disorder from reviewing and reporting content such as child pornography, bestiality and murder. While Microsoft concedes the work is difficult, the company contends the position safeguards the internet experience of users. As such, Microsoft […]

  • $3.6 Million Settlement for beaten prisoners family

    January 31, 2017 A year after a mentally ill prisoner was beaten to death in a Santa Clara correctional facility, the victim’s family settled the case out of court for $3.6 million. The family of Michael Tyree, 31, includes his 7-year-old daughter and his two sisters. However, the family lawyer reported that the award from […]

  • Florida Workers Compensation

    December 20, 2016 Mere days before a scheduled workers’ compensation price increase, a Florida judge halted the increase because of reported legal violations. Another state agency vowed to appeal. Earlier in 2016, the state determined that some parts of Florida’s workers’ compensation laws were unconstitutional. The National Council on Compensation Insurance, which handles rates proposals, […]

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