Intentional Tort Law
 
Margaret R. Murphy v. United States of America

Wheeling, West Virginia personal injury lawyers represented the Plaintiff who sued on a Federal Tort Claims Act negligence theory.

Under the FTCA, the federal government acts as a self-insurer, and recognizes liability for the negligent or wrongful acts or omissions of its employees acting within the scope of their official duties.

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   $1 (04-13-2024 - WV)

Salma Fleming, et al. v. State Auto Property & Casualty Insurance Company

Grand Rapids, Michigan insurance law lawyers represented the Plaintiff who sued on a bad faith breach of insurance contract theory,

In Michigan, the definition of bad faith is “arbitrary, reckless, indifferent, or intentional actions or disregard of the interests of the person owed a duty.” Bad faith generally refers to the breach of an insurance contract.... More...
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Josue Ronaldo Pinto Ponce v. Wendy Dinora Perez Carrera, LLC, et al.

Grand Rapids, Michigan personal injury lawyer represented the Plaintiff who sued on a wrongful death auto negligence theory.

In Michigan, negligence laws use a structure called “comparative negligence.” Essentially, when you've been injured and you file a personal injury claim seeking damages, you must prove the party that injured you was at least partially at fault for your accident.... More...
   $1 (04-12-2024 - MI)

Jose L. Zayas Guerra v. United States of America

Miami, Florida personal injury car wreck lawyer represented the Plaintiff who sued on a Federal Tort Claims Act auto negligence theory claiming to have suffered $2 million in damages and/or injuries.

Under the FTCA, the federal government acts as a self-insurer, and recognizes liability for the negligent or wrongful acts or omissions of its employees acting within the scope of their offic... More...
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W.D. Martin, Jr. v. United States of America

Wichita, Kansas personal injury car wreck lawyer represented the Plaintiff who sued on a Federal Tort Claims Act auto negligence theory.

The United States government has sovereign immunity, which means it cannot be sued without its consent. This is based on the legal doctrine that the sovereign (or king) was not liable to the people.

In 1946 the passage of the Federal Tort Claims... More...
   $1 (04-11-2024 - KS)

Kyle Harrell v. Central States Trucking Co., et al.

Savannah, Georgia personal injury truck wreck lawyers represented the Plaintiff who sued on auto negligence theories claiming more than $75,000 in damages and/or injuries.

This case was filed in the Superior Court of Chatham County, SPCV21-00912-CO, and was removed to federal court by Central States Trucking Co. et al.

Under the law in Georgia, a tort is an “unlawful violation ... More...
   $1 (04-10-2024 - GA)

Patricia Woodward v. Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation, et al.

Boston, Massachusetts personal injury lawyer represented the Plaintiff who sued on a wrongful death negligence theory.

A person who (1) by his negligence causes the death of a person, or (2) by willful, wanton or reckless act causes the death of a person under such circumstances that the deceased could have recovered damages for personal injuries if his death had not resulted, or (3) ope... More...
   $1 (04-10-2024 - MA)

Edward Ray v. United States of America

Opelika, Alabama personal injury car wreck lawyer represented the Plaintiff who sued on a Federal Tort Claims Act auto negligence theory.

Under the FTCA, the federal government acts as a self-insurer, and recognizes liability for the negligent or wrongful acts or omissions of its employees acting within the scope of their official duties.

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   $0 (04-04-2024 - AL)

Charna Williams, et al. v. State Farm Fire & Casualty

Mobile, Alabama insurance law lawyer represented the Plaintiffs who sued on a bad faith breach of insurance contract theory.

Bad Faith
Prerequisite
Coverage of the underlying claim is an absolute prerequisite to a claim for bad faith. An insured who cannot prove it
is entitled to benefits under an insurance policy cannot recover on a bad faith claim. Insurers have a broad rang... More...
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Shirley Nelson v. United States of America

Denver, Colorado personal injury lawyers represented the Plaintiff who sued on a Federal Tort Claims Act auto negligence theory claiming $215,000 in damages and/or injuries.

A plaintiff injured by a defendant’s wrongful act may file a tort lawsuit to recover money from
that defendant. To name a particularly familiar example of a tort, a person who negligently
causes a vehicular ... More...
   $1 (04-01-2024 - CO)

Toccara Davis v. BOJ of WNC, LLC

Augusta, Georgia personal injury lawyers represented the Plaintiff who sued the Defendant on a negligence theory.

BOJ of WNC, LLC is a franchisee for Bojangles' Restaurants, Inc. We are the largest franchisee in the Bojangles system, with nearly 100 locations.

Under the law in Georgia, a tort is an “unlawful violation of a private legal right,” and negligence is one of severa... More...
   $1 (04-01-2024 - GA)

Dale A. Gregory, Jr. v. United States of America

Tulsa, Oklahoma personal injury lawyers represented the Plaintiff who sued on a Federal Tort Claims Act medical malpractice theory.

There is no Oklahoma statute that spells out exactly what injured patients must prove in their medical malpractice lawsuits. But the state's courts have held that, typically, the plaintiff must:

establish the existence of a provider-patient relat... More...
   $1 (03-29-2024 - OK)

Larry Dean v. United States of America

Albuquerque, New Mexico personal injury lawyers represented the Plaintiff who sued on a Federal Tort Claims Act negligence theory.

Under the FTCA, the federal government acts as a self-insurer, and recognizes liability for the negligent or wrongful acts or omissions of its employees acting within the scope of their official duties.

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Carolyn Enzor, et al. v. The Kroger Co.

Savannah, Georgia personal injury wrongful death lawyers represented the Plaintiff who sued on a negligence theory seeking compensation for the death of the father of K.E., a minor.

This case was filed in the State Court of Chatham County, STCV22-00211, and was removed to federal court by The Kroger Co.

The state of Georgia defines wrongful death as being the death of a person c... More...
   $0 (03-28-2024 - GA)

Yolanda Tart v. Union Public Schools, et al.

Tulsa, Oklahoma pro se Plaintiff attempted to represent herself on an a bullying theory.

GREENOUGH, KELLY M: CASE COMES ON FOR NON-JURY TRIAL. WINSTON BROWN, COURT REPORTER. YOLANDA TART PLAINTIFF PRESENT APPEARS AS PRO SE. DEFENDANT EMILY BABB PRESENT, REPRESENTED BY PRESTON BENNETT.
COURT HEARD PLAINTIFFS-COUNTER DEFENDANT CASE IN CHIEF, SIX (6) WITNESSES SWORN AND TESTIMONY TAKEN. ... More...
   $0 (03-28-2024 - ok)

Joseph Dory and Gregory Jones v. United States of America

Boise, Idaho personal injury lawyer represented the Plaintiffs who sued on Federal Tort Claims Act negligence theory.

Under the FTCA, the federal government acts as a self-insurer, and recognizes liability for the negligent or wrongful acts or omissions of its employees acting within the scope of their official duties.... More...
   $1 (03-27-2024 - ID)

Richard Florczyk v. Scottsdale Insurance Company

Mobile, Alabama insurance law lawyers represented the Plaintiff who sued on a bad faith breach of insurance contract theory.

When insurance companies act in bad faith, they may be in violation of Alabama state law. Alabama recognizes the personal injury tort of insurance bad faith. You, as a policyholder, have a right to bring a civil lawsuit for bad faith when an insurer wrongfully denie... More...
   $1 (03-27-2024 - AL)

Joseph Dory and Gregory Jones v. United States of America

Boise, Idaho personal injury lawyer represented the Plaintiffs who sued on Federal Tort Claims Act negligence theories.

Idaho follows the modified comparative negligence rule. Under this rule, a plaintiff (the injured party) can only recover damages if their percentage of fault is less than 50%. If the plaintiff is found to be 50% or more responsible for the accident, they cannot recover ... More...
   $1 (03-27-2024 - ID)

Clifford Devine v. United States of America

Augusta, Georgia personal injury lawyer represented the Plaintiff who sued on a Federal Tort Claims Act negligence theory.

This case was filed in the Eleventh Circuit, 20-13864-E, and was removed to federal court by the Defendant.

Under the FTCA, the federal government acts as a self-insurer, and recognizes liability for the negligent or wrongful acts or omissions of its employee... More...
   $1 (03-26-2024 - GA)

Michael McMann v. United States of America

Los Angeles, California personal lawyer represented the Plaintiff who sued on a federal tort claims act auto negligence theory.

Under the FTCA, the federal government acts as a self-insurer, and recognizes liability for the negligent or wrongful acts or omissions of its employees acting within the scope of their official duties.

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Kimberly Ann Zugschwert v. United States of America

Minneapolis, Minnesota personal injury lawyers represented the Plaintiff who sued on a Federal Tort Claims Act auto negligence theory.

Under the FTCA, the federal government acts as a self-insurer, and recognizes liability for the negligent or wrongful acts or omissions of its employees acting within the scope of their official duties.

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   $1 (03-24-2024 - MN)

Maria D. Mendez Gil v. United States of America

Yakima, Washington personal injury car wreck lawyers represented the Plaintiff who sued on a Federal Tort Claims Act auto negligence theory.

Under the FTCA, the federal government acts as a self-insurer, and recognizes liability for the negligent or wrongful acts or omissions of its employees acting within the scope of their official duties.

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   $1 (03-22-2024 - WA)

David Sandiford v. Stryker Sales, Inc.

Waycross, Georgia personal injury lawyer represented the Plaintiff who sued the Defendant on a product liability theory.

Stryker is a global leader in medical technologies and, together with our customers, we are driven to make healthcare better. We offer innovative products and services in MedSurg, Neurotechnology, Orthopaedics and Spine that help improve patient and healthcare outcomes.... More...
   $0 (03-21-2024 - GA)

Jovanna Garcia Vasquez v. United States of America

Miami, Florida personal injury lawyers represented the Plaintiff who sued on a Federal Tort Claims Act auto negligence
theory.

This case was filed in the 11th Judicial Circuit in and for Miami-Dade County, 24-002626-CA-01, and was removed to federal court.

Under the FTCA, the federal government acts as a self-insurer, and recognizes liability for the negligent or wrongful a... More...
   $1 (03-21-2024 - FL)

William Howard Schock v. United States of America

Tucson, Arizona personal injury lawyer represented the Plaintiff who sued on a Federal Tort Claims Act auto negligence theory.

Under the FTCA, the federal government acts as a self-insurer, and recognizes liability for the negligent or wrongful acts or omissions of its employees acting within the scope of their official duties.

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   $1 (03-21-2024 - AZ)

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