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Date: 03-20-2024

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Daniel Reed v. Storey Trucking Company, Inc.

Case Number: 4:23-cv-00586

Judge: Lee P. Rudofsky

Court: United States District Court for the Eastern District of Arkansas (Pulaski County)

Plaintiff's Attorney: Connie L. Grace and Justin Minton - 501-794-0001

Defendant's Attorney: Little Rock, Arkansas insurance defense lawyer represented the Defendant.

Description: Little Rock, Arkansas personal injury truck wreck lawyer represented the Plaintiff who sued on an auto negligence theory.

Negligence, the legal theory behind most injury lawsuits, is the violation of a duty owed to another individual. In other words, to do something (or not do something) a "reasonable person" wouldn't (or would) do -- such as driving drunk or failing to ensure the safety of a consumer product -- is an act of negligence.

When an act of negligence causes injury to another person, then the negligent party is liable for those injuries and must pay damages to compensate the other person. For example, someone who drives drunk, crashes into another motorist, and causes injuries (including damage to the vehicle) would be considered negligent and liable for damages. The driver in this example was not acting like a reasonable person by driving under the influence.

Outcome: Settled for an undisclosed sum and dismissed with prejudice.

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