A well-respected New Jersey jurist has made a ruling of the first impression, holding that a school district sued under New Jersey’s strict anti-bullying law may bring contribution claims against the students accused of harassing the plaintiff.
Here are some questions we’ve received recently and thought we would share, since the answers apply to many people with a potential workers’ compensation claim.
Knowledge of inadequate lighting was enough to create a jury issue of dangerous condition in Christian v. Ayers L.P. d/b/a Ms. Lassie’s Lodge, No. E2013-00401-COA-R3-CV (Tenn. Ct. App. March 28, 2014), according to the Eastern Section of the Tennessee Court of Appeals.
Last week something unpleasant happened. I lost a friend. Not a great one. But a friend nonetheless.
A Harrison County Circuit Court jury rendered a defense verdict on April 10, 2014 in Bonn v. Rouses Enterprises, L.L.C.
Not sure who Kirstie Foster is, but they should make her CEO of General Mills IMHO.
In the typical birth of an infant, the baby arrives head first, followed by the shoulders and the rest of the body.
Workers’ compensation, which pays you certain benefits if you are hurt on the job, is only for employees. The law in Illinois does not extend the right to benefits to volunteers.
An important study conducted by the Health Behavior Branch of the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, has found that teens who have been in cars with impaired drivers may be more likely themselves to get behind the wheel drunk or drugged.
Often this blog focuses on things going wrong in the nursing home and elder care industries. Today though, the focus is on a groundbreaking facility in Holland that seems to be getting a lot of things right.