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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)

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...
   $0 (04-12-2024 - FL)

John Wayne Grimes, et al. v. Davenport Trucking LLC, et al

Spartanburg, South Carolina personal injury car truck wreck lawyer represented the Plaintiff who sued on auto negligence theories.

To prevail in an action for negligence, the plaintiff must prove the following three elements: a duty of care owed by defendant to plaintiff; defendant's breach of that duty by a negligent act or omission; and. damages to plaintiff proximately resulting from t... More...
   $1 (04-11-2024 - SC)

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)

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...
   $1 (04-04-2024 - AL)

Dawn Harvey v. Samantha Filart

Tulsa, Oklahoma personal injury care wreck lawyers represented the Plaintiff who sued on an auto negligence theory.

A plaintiff in Oklahoma whose own negligence contributed to their injury, for instance, will have their damages reduced in proportion. And if the injured party was more negligent than the prospective defendant, he or she may not collect damages.

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   $1 (04-02-2024 - OK)

Deborah Yarber Barnes v. Tarek Abelraouf Ali, et al.

Marshall, Texas personal injury lawyer truck wreck lawyer represented the Plaintiff on an auto negligence.

In Texas, negligent parties are held liable for any harms suffered due to their negligence. Commercial entities, such as rental car companies or ride sharing services, may also be found liable under some circumstances. Finally, strict liability laws may apply in certain cases, regard... More...
   $0 (04-02-2024 - tx)

Luis Alberto Ramos-Ortiz v. Bayou Logistics LLC, et al.

Beaumont, Texas personal injury truck lawyer represented the Plaintiff who sued on an auto negligence.

In Texas, negligent parties are held liable for any harms suffered due to their negligence. Commercial entities, such as rental car companies or ride sharing services, may also be found liable under some circumstances. Finally, strict liability laws may apply in certain cases, regardless... More...
   $0 (04-01-2024 - TX)

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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   $0 (03-29-2024 - NM)

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)

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)

Toni Neal v. Wal-Mart Stores East, L.P.

Fort Myers, Florida personal injury slip and fall, trip and fall, lawyer represented the Plaintiff who sued on a premises liability theory.

This case was filed in the 20th Judicial Circuit Charlotte County, 23-00025-CA, and was removed to federal court by Wal-Mart Stores East, LP.

Under Florida law, the owner of a property, or tenant such as a shop owner, is responsible for maint... More...
   $0 (03-27-2024 - FL)

Eliabeth Ramirez Caceres v. Target Corporation

Orlando, Florida personal injury slip and fall lawyers represented the Plaintiff who sued on a premises liability theory.

This case was filed in the Ninth Judicial Circuit, 2023-CA-006952-O, and was removed to federal court by Target.

Under Florida law, the owner of a property, or tenant such as a shop owner, is responsible for maintaining a premise or property in a reasonable co... More...
   $1 (03-27-2024 - FL)

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)

Marsha Krause v. Kohl's, Inc.

Ocala, Florida personal injury slip and fall lawyer represented the Plaintiff who sued on a premises liability theory.

This case was filed in the 5th Judicial Circuit, Marion County, FL, 2023-CA-1904, and was removed to federal court by Kohl's.

Under Florida law, the owner of a property, or tenant such as a shop owner, is responsible for maintaining a premise or property in a rea... More...
   $0 (03-26-2024 - FL)

Molly Saliba v. Hillstone Restaurant Group, Inc.

Orland, Florida personal injury slip and fall lawyers represented the Plaintiff who sued on a premises liability theory.

This case was filed in the Circuit Court of the Ninth Judicial Circuit, 2022-CA-007099, and was removed to federal court by Hillstone Restaurant Group, Inc.

Under Florida law, the owner of a property, or tenant such as a shop owner, is responsible for maintaini... More...
   $0 (03-26-2024 - FL)

Tracie Baughman v. Target Corporation

Orlando, Florida personal injury slip and fall lawyer represented the Plaintiff who sued on a premises liability theory.

This case was filed in the 9th Judicial Circuit Court, Orange County, 2023-CA-001491-O, and was removed to federal court by Target Corporation.

Plaintiff sought remand to the State Circuit Court.

Under Florida law, the owner of a property, or tenant su... More...
   $0 (03-26-2024 - FL)

Irene Macias v. Costco Wholesale Corporation

San Francisco, California personal injury lawyers represented the Plaintiff who sued on a premises liability negligence theory.

This case was filed in the Superior Court of California, Contra Costa County, C22-02469, and was removed to federal court by the Defendant.

Premises liability laws in California are based on negligence, which is represented under Civil Code §1714(a). I... More...
   $1 (03-26-2024 - CA)

Ricky Oneal Corley v. Tractor Supply Company

Tampa, Florida personal injury, slip and fall, trip and fall, lawyers represented the Plaintiff who sued on a premises liability theory.

This case was filed in the Fifth Judicial Circuit, 23000711CA, and was removed to federal court by Tractor Supply Company, et al.

Under Florida law, the owner of a property, or tenant such as a shop owner, is responsible for maintaining a premis... More...
   $1 (03-25-2024 - FL)

Debra Brittenham v. Home Depot U.S.A., Inc.

Sacramento, California personal injury lawyer represented the Plaintiff who sued on a premises liability negligence theory.

This case was filed in the Kern County Superior Court, BCV-22-102269 DZ, and was removed to federal court by Home Depot.

Premises liability laws in California are based on negligence, which is represented under Civil Code §1714(a). In a premises liability c... More...
   $0 (03-25-2024 - CA)

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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   $0 (03-25-2024 - CA)

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)

Brian Moreau v. American Motorcycle Association

Tampa, Florida personal injury slip and fall lawyers represented the Plaintiff who sued on a premises liability theory.

Under Florida law, the owner of a property, or tenant such as a shop owner, is responsible for maintaining a premise or property in a reasonable condition free of hazards. A failure to do so may create liability if an injury results to a visitor from negligent maintenanc... More...
   $0 (03-22-2024 - FL)

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)

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