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Steve W. Lane v. United States of America
Case Number: 1:20-cv-00207
Judge: Leslie E. Kobayashi
Court: United States District Court for the District of Hawaii (Honolulu County)
Defendant's Attorney: Harry Yee and John F. Lopez
Description: Honolulu, Hawaii personal injury lawyer represented Plaintiff, who sued Defendant on a Governmental Tort Claims Act medical malpractice negligence theory claiming to have suffered injuries and/or damages as a direct result of substandard health care.
Steve W. Lane, as Guardian Prochein Ami for Jane "A.B." DOE, a Minor and Incapacitated Person
other Jane Doe other A. B., sued the United States Government claiming that A.B. was injured and/or damaged as a direct result of having received substandard health care from a doctor, nurse or other health care provider employed by the Government.
The elements of a personal injury claim are: (1) Failure on the part of the Defendant to exercise due care, (2) damages and/or injuries caused to Plaintiff, and (3) a direct casual relationship between 1 and 2.
Business owners owe a duty of due care in the maintenance and operation of their businesses to minimize the risk of injury or death to business invitees.
Outcome: Outcome unknown.