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Monthly Archives: November 2021

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Tampa Officer Files Lawsuit Against Sig Sauer

By Palmer | Lopez |

If someone shoots you with a weapon unlawfully, you will likely not have a viable case against the gun manufacturer. If, however, the gun goes off unintentionally or backfires, then the manufacturer may have liability. The latter allegation is the subject of a personal injury lawsuit filed by a Tampa police officer against the… Read More »

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62-Year-Old Woman Sues After Being Shot In Car Dealership

By Palmer | Lopez |

A 62-year-old woman is suing an Illinois car dealership after she took a bullet, according to a recent press release. The woman was ostensibly shopping for cars when a gun from another customer went off, striking the woman. According to the plaintiff, the company was negligent for failing to enforce a no firearms policy… Read More »

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Ransomware Attack Blamed For Death Of Newborn

By Palmer | Lopez |

A hospital is facing a medical malpractice lawsuit. While not unusual on its face, the allegations in this lawsuit are extremely troubling. The plaintiff claims that a ransomware attack led to network outages that resulted in the death of her newborn baby. Will this become the latest form of medical malpractice lawsuit? The answer… Read More »

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Man Injured In Ambulance Ride Wins $50 Million

By Palmer | Lopez |

Nuclear verdict alert! A Fresno, CA man won $50 million after he was severely injured in an ambulance ride. If you’re wondering how he will enjoy his $50 million jury award, the answer is: He won’t. The man is in a persistent vegetative state and will likely remain so for the rest of his… Read More »

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