Blog Posts in 2014

  • Caps Preventing Injured From Receiving Help

    || 5-Nov-2014

    When a patient is injured by a doctor who messed something up, a medical malpractice claim can provide the patient the help they need to deal with the problem. However, the process of resolving a medical malpractice lawsuit can be very difficult. Kansas and Missouri have medical malpractice laws in place to provide resolutions for both the doctors and the patients. Kansas law is different from ...
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  • Injured Man Receives $5.5 Million at Trial

    || 1-Jul-2014

    Last month, Forty-six year old construction worker, Gilbert Hernandez, was awarded $5.5 million at trial. The jury deemed that a ladder should have been provided. He had been inspecting the site, when he fell backward off of the support beam. It injured his back and leg. The plaintiff claimed that the defendant failed to adhere to New York law when they failed to provide proper safety devices, in ...
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  • Attorney Convicted of Bribery, Another Lawyer Acquitted

    || 24-Feb-2014

    As a Kansas trial lawyer, it is important to be zealous and aggressive while preparing in litigation. Part of that may involve interviewing the witnesses and speaking with the victim. Indeed, it's important to figure out what is going to be said. However, the attorney should never attempt to intimidate the witness or bribe the witness. That is unethical. Unfortunately, this is what supposedly ...
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  • Under Armour Being Blamed For U.S. Olympic Failures

    || 19-Feb-2014

    Under Armour designed special high-tech outfits specifically intended for U.S. Olympic athletes to perform better in speedskating. Unfortunately, the United State's performance has underwhelmed. While American officials are trying to determine the cause of such a disappointing showing, sources are citing the suits as the cause of the poop performance. There is allegedly some kind of design ...
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  • Police Shoot Innocent Bystanders When They Mistake Them For Suspect

    || 17-Feb-2014

    Police Chief Charlie Beck of the LAPD ultimately decided that 8 officers had violated the department's policy for use of deadly force in an incident that occurred in February 2013. Police officers were on a man hunt for former officer, Christopher Dorner, who had been suspected of killing several people while seeking revenge against the LAPD for terminating him. The suspect had been reported ...
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