Blog Posts - Negligence



SPIRITUAL POLITICS: Oxymoron or real possibility?

SPIRITUAL POLITICS: Oxymoron or real possibility? Once again in the United States we are in the midst of election for President and members of Congress. Backed by large campaign treasure chests and ample staffs of supporters, aspirants for office are...
by The Mindful Word on Nov 15, 2015

The 4 Key Aspects of a Negligence Case

When it comes to proving a case of negligence, you face an uphill battle. In many instances, the responsible party won’t give up without a fight. They’ll be adamant to keep their name in the clear, and a lot of time and effort will be spe...
by Beauty Tips on Oct 23, 2015

Aggression through children, Child Negligence

Nowadays quite common becoming the main topic in the Malaysian news is "Aggression through children, Child Negligence" In Psychology, it is a known fact of the existence of aggressive behavior in children in the early childhood. As Muslim parent...
by All about Malaysia on Aug 18, 2015

Legal Lesson: Ostensible Agent Liability In Medical Malpractice

Hospitals can be held liable for the negligent acts of physicians, nurses, and others when they are employed by the facility. However they can also be held liable when it only APPEARS these individuals are hospital employees. We are going to explore...
by Law Med Blog on Jun 29, 2015

Question Of The Week: Bad Maintenance Practices

As a facility manager, what have you seen that has been a result of poor maintenance (or complete lack of)?
by FacilityBlog on Jun 16, 2014

Scientology’s Narconon Sued For Breach Of Contract, Fraud, Negligence

Cathy Tarr and her son Michael are suing one of Scientology’s Narconon drug rehab centers in Nevada federal court claiming they misrepresent themselves and their treatment program as being a secular, medically proven alternative in drug treatme...
by Law Med Blog on Apr 6, 2014

Governor Suntai’s Doctor Faces Punishment For Revealing The Truth About His Health

According to a published reports in The Nation newspaper, the Chief Medical Director of the Taraba State Specialist Hospital, Dr. Zakari Aliyu, is to appear before the Medical and Dental tribunal. He is accused of divulging... Read More...
by Jobs & Scholarships in Nigeria on Mar 20, 2014

It All Started At Birth (The Drug Years) May Be A Trigger; I Don’t Know

Backing up a bit, I had just gotten home; it was maybe 10:30 pm, but I had told my parents I was working that night so I could sneak out to see my “boyfriend.” I put it into quotes because it became very clear to me that night that he had...

It All Started At Birth (The Drug Years) May Be A Trigger; I Don’t Know

Backing up a bit, I had just gotten home; it was maybe 10:30 pm, but I had told my parents I was working that night so I could sneak out to see my “boyfriend.” I put it into quotes because it became very clear to me that night that he had...

The Schlitt Law Firm Settles Landlord Negligence Case

The Schlitt Law Firm settled a landlord negligence case in the Bronx that involved a collapsing ceiling.
by New York Law Thoughts on Jan 16, 2014

The Schlitt Law Firm Settles Landlord Negligence Case

A Bronx man was preparing to give his child a bath when his apartment ceiling collapsed on him, injuring him so badly that an ambulance had to take him to the hospital. The landlord’s negligence in failing to repair a leak in the ceiling caused the...
by New York Law Thoughts on Jan 15, 2014

Israel’s deliberate medical negligence: Deterioration of Palestinian patient prisoners’ health, facing death

[ PIC 28/11/2013 - 12:30 PM ] GAZA, (PIC)– Waed Association for Captive and Ex-captives expressed deep concern over the health status of Muta’sam Radad who faces death in Israeli prisons. Muta’sam takes more than 20 pills per day in...
by occupiedpalestine on Nov 28, 2013

News about Civil Records issue #1

Columbia County civil lawsuits: Negligence – Magnoliareporter – magnoliareporter.com 10/03/2013 Columbia County civil lawsuits: NegligenceMagnoliareporterOne new civil lawsuit has been filed in Columbia County Circuit Court since our last...

LMA Package Insert Key Evidence In Anestheisa Malpractice Case

In a Connecticut courtroom a manufacturer’s package insert for a laryngeal mask airway became a key piece of evidence in a medical malpractice lawsuit. When a medical malpractice lawsuit is brought the plaintiff must prove that a deviation from...
by Law Med Blog on Sep 21, 2013

How to Avoid Professional Negligence

The latest from Rabid Office Monkey:Whatever industry you work in, if you provide advice, services or expertise there is always the chance that you could face a claim for professional negligence. Because the potential damages for a successful profess...
by Rabid Office Monkey on Sep 7, 2013

New York Personal Injury Firm Announces $200,000 Settlement for Trip and Fall on Bronx Stairway

A health care worker and her family repeatedly complained to their landlord about a torn and damaged carpet on the stairway leading from their apartment to the ground floor. The landlord promised to make repairs but never did. Unfortunately, the woma...
by New York Law Thoughts on Sep 5, 2013

Fatal accident: a review of reckless homicide charges and penalties

The courts treat most accidents as a matter of negligence. The person who is responsible for the accident is considered at fault, or liable. Anyone who is injured or killed by the person at fault can recover damages in a civil action for personal inj...
by Criminal Lawyer Illinois on Jul 16, 2013

A summary of the law and penalties for involuntary manslaughter

Illinois courts apply the term involuntary manslaughter to any accidental death that results from the reckless acts of another. Recklessness is the key component of involuntary manslaughter. If the acts causing the death were negligent, then the loss...
by Criminal Lawyer Illinois on Jul 9, 2013

Advice If You Or A Family Member Has Been Affected By Medical Negligence

The Schlitt Law Firm Reaches $100,000 Settlement for Trip and Fall Case in Manhattan

A retiree who attends at a Manhattan church tripped over some unkempt wires and injured her foot at the church. The incident tore two ligaments in her ankle that ultimately required surgery and extensive physical therapy. She wanted help collecting...
by New York Law Thoughts on May 6, 2013


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