Vicarious Liability Law
 
Brandi Jameson v. ABF Freight Systesm, Inc.


San Antonio, Texas personal injury lawyer represented the Plaintiff who sued the defendant on a Carmack Amendment theory.



The Carmack Amendment 49 U.S.C. 14706 to the Interstate Commerce Act limits shippers' liability and allows logistics providers to operate with the knowledge that federal law holds responsible parties accountable for freight loss.

This case w... More...
   $1 (07-18-2024 - tX)

Laura Caudle v. Walmart, Inc.


Muskogee, Oklahoma personal lawyer represented the Plaintiff who sued on a premises liability negligence theory.



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   $1 (07-15-2024 - OK)

Michelle M. Daniels, et al. v. Mingo County Commission, et al.


Charleston, West Virginia personal injury lawyer represented the Plaintiffs on prisoner civil rights theories under 42 U.S.C. 1983.




This matter arises from an officer-involved shooting in Mingo County, West Virginia. Defendants Charlotte Lane, Renee Larrick, and William Raney (“WVPSC Defendants”) are all West Virginia Public Service Commissioners. (ECF No. 56 a... More...
   $0 (07-12-2024 - WV)

Mark Duncan v. Walmart, Inc.


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



This case was filed in the Contra Costa Superior Court, C23-02830, and was removed to federal court by Walmart.

The Plaintiff challenged the jurisdiction of the federal and sought remand.

The current diversity jurisdiction provision i... More...
   $0 (07-12-2024 - CA)

Corey Christopher Ching v. General Motors, L.L.C.


San Jose, California personal injury lawyer represented the Plaintiff who sued on a product liability theory.



Under California product liability law, someone who designs, manufactures or sells a defective product is strictly liable for injuries caused by that product, even when that person or company was not necessarily negligent in causing the injury.


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   $0 (07-12-2024 - CA)

United States of America v. Aneishia Anderson


Tulsa, Oklahoma civil litigation lawyer represented the Defendant who was sued by the Government on a False Claims Act Violation theory.



The FCA provides that any person who knowingly submits, or causes to submit, false claims to the government is liable for three times the government’s damages plus a penalty that is linked to inflation. FCA liability can arise in oth... More...
   $0 (07-11-2024 - OK)

Glenn Price v. Knauf Gips, KG


Tampa, Florida personal injury lawyer represented the Plaintiff who sued on a product liability theory.



All products should have functional and reasonably safe designs. If there is a flaw in that design and it results in injuries or losses for the consumer, the manufacturer may be held liable for those damages.

Knauf Gips KG manufactures and sells building mat... More...
   $0 (07-11-2024 - FL)

Tony Mancini v. Long Island Rail Road Company


Central Islip, New York personal injury lawyer represented the Plaintiff who sued on a Federal Employer's Liability Act (FELA) theory.



45 U.S.C. 41 provides:

Every common carrier by railroad while engaging in commerce between any of the several States or Territories, or between any of the States and Territories, or between the District of Columbia and any of th... More...
   $1 (07-09-2024 - NY)

Charles Garcia and Ann Garcia v. Home Depot USA, Inc.


Central Islip, New York personal lawyer represented the Plaintiff who sued on product liability theory.



The law on strict products liability in New York is that a manufacturer, wholesaler, distributor, or retailer who sells a product in a defective condition is liable for injury which results from the use of the product.... More...
   $0 (07-09-2024 - NY)

Jessica Halpern v. Amazon.Com, Inc.


Central Islip, New York personal lawyer represented the Plaintiff who sued on a product liability theory.



This case was filed in the Supreme Court State of New York, Nassau County, 611992/2023, and was removed to federal court by Amazon.

The law on strict products liability in New York is that a manufacturer, wholesaler, distributor, or retailer who sells a pro... More...
   $1 (07-09-2024 - ME)

Deborah Ann Willis v. United States of America


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



Missouri is a pure comparative negligence state, while it recognizes the legal doctrine of "comparative negligence." Under this doctrine, a plaintiff who is partially responsible for their own injuries may only collect damages in proportio... More...
   $0 (07-03-2024 - MO)

Teresa Castro v. Walmart Stores, Inc., d/b/a Walmart Supercenter


Des Moines, Iowa personal injury lawyer represented the Plaintiff who sued on a premises liability negligence theory.



Iowa property owners have a legal obligation to maintain safe conditions on their property. Both businesses and private citizens must eliminate hazards and unsafe conditions when they invite or license visitors to be on their property.

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   $1 (07-03-2024 - ia)

Hollis Ann Whitson v. The Board of County Commissioners of Sedgwick County, et al.


Wichita, Kansas civil litigation lawyers represents the Plaintiff who sued on a civil rights violation theory.



heriff Thomas Hanna of Sedgwick County, Colorado, sexually assaulted an
intellectually disabled prisoner while transporting her between county jails. The
victim, Peatinna Biggs, filed this civil-rights suit under 42 U.S.C. § 1983 by and
through her... More...
   $0 (07-03-2024 - KS)

Jeremy Lanningham v. Farm Bureau Mutual Insurance Company of Idaho, et al.


Boise, Idaho personal injury lawyer represented the Plaintiff who sued on a bad faith breach of insurance contract theory.




This case concerns an insurance company's denial of a claim for underinsured motorist (UIM) coverage by the adult heirs of Jay Lanningham. Lanningham died in a tragic car accident caused by an underinsured motorist.[1] He had an insura... More...
   $0 (07-03-2024 - ID)

Rayma C. Wright v. SF Markets, LLC d/b/a Sprouts Farmers Market


Las Vegas, Nevada personal injury lawyer represented the Plaintiff who sued on a premises liability negligence theory.



This case was filed in the Eighth Judicial District, Clark County, Nevada, A-22-856164-C, and was removed to federal court by SF Markets, LLC d/b/a Sprouts Farmers Market... More...
   $1 (07-03-2024 - NV)

Delfino Salazar v. CVS Pharmacy, Inc.


San Diego, California personal injury lawyer represented the Plaintiff who sued on a product liability theory.



This case was filed in the : Superior Court of California, County of San Diego, 37-02023-00048684-CU-PO-CTL, and was removed to federal court by CVS Pharmacy, Inc.


Before the Court is the Joint Motion of the Parties to Continue Early Neutral Evalua... More...
   $0 (07-03-2024 - CA)

Robert Boyden v. Hyundai Motor Company, et al.


San Diego, California personal injury lawyers represented the Plaintiff who sued the Defendant on breach of warranty, beach of contract and product liability theories.



On 08/31/2023 BOYDEN filed a Personal Injury - Other Personal Injury lawsuit against HYUNDAI MOTOR COMPANY. This case was
filed in San Diego County Superior Courts, San Diego North County Regional Ce... More...
   $0 (07-03-2024 - CA)

Sindy Maldonado v. United States of America


Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 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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   $0 (07-02-2024 - PA)

Gregory Bryan Eames and Patricia Eames v. Williams Sonoma, Inc.


Camden, New Jersey personal injury lawyer represented the Plaintiffs who sued on a premises liability negligence theory.



To prove negligence in a premises liability case in New Jersey, the injured party must establish several elements: Duty of Care: Demonstrate that the property owner owed a duty of care to the injured person. Breach of Duty: Show that the property owne... More...
   $1 (07-02-2024 - NJ)

Donald Trump v. United States of America

A federal grand jury indicted former President Donald J. Trump on four counts for conduct that occurred during his Presidency following theNovember 2020 election. The indictment alleged that after losing that election, Trump conspired to overturn it by spreading knowingly false claims of election fraud to obstruct the collecting, counting, and certifying of the election results. Trump moved to di... More...   $0 (07-01-2024 - DC)

Timothy Reed v. Joseph Brian Quagliata


Prescott, Arizona personal injury lawyer represented the Plaintiff who sued on an auto negligence theory.



This case was filed in the Coconino County Superior Court, S0300CV202300324, and was removed to federal court by the Defendants.

Arizona operates under a “comparative fault” rule, meaning that if someone is entirely to blame for the auto accident, they... More...
   $1 (06-28-2024 - AZ)

Rosa Orozco v. Schindler Elevator Corporation


Trenton, New Jersey personal injury lawyer represented the Plaintiff who sued on an elevator negligence theory.



"On July 17, 2018, the New Jersey Supreme Court issued an important ruling on an elevator negligence case that is likely to impact similar cases involving elevator accidents and complex issues of negligence and liability.

In the case, NJ Supreme Cour... More...
   $0 (06-28-2024 - NJ)

Elizabetta Scalera v. Costco Wholesale Corporation, et al.


Newark, New Jersey personal injury lawyers represented the Plaintiff who sued on a premises liability negligence theory.



To prove negligence in a premises liability case in New Jersey, the injured party must establish several elements: Duty of Care: Demonstrate that the property owner owed a duty of care to the injured person. Breach of Duty: Show that the property owne... More...
   $0 (06-28-2024 - NJ)

Jimmy Willis v. 3M Company, et al.


Tulsa, Oklahoma personal injury lawyers represented the Plaintiff who sued on a product liability theory.



Products liability claims in Oklahoma can be based on three areas: negligence, strict liability, or a breach of warranty. If a product is defective due to the way it was designed or constructed, either the manufacturer, seller, or distributor is strictly liable for ... More...
   $0 (06-27-2024 - OK)

Lars Freisberg v. Tulsa Retina Consultants, P.L.L.C.


Tulsa, Oklahoma breach of contract lawyers represented the parties in a contract dispute.



Lars Freisdberg, Individually and as a Member of Tulsa Retina Consultants, PLLC sued Tulsa Retina Consultants, PLLC. an Oklahoma Professional Limited Liability Company claiming that breached its contract with him.

If a contract has been formed and one party fails to perfor... More...
   $0 (06-27-2024 - OK)

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