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Monthly Archives: February 2022

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Brain Injury Lawsuits: How They Work

By Palmer | Lopez |

Brain injury lawsuits are remarkably complex. Even if negligence and fault are simple to establish, damages are another matter. Even in simple concussion cases, a $100,000 settlement for a plaintiff who was 0% at fault is about the standard rate at which these suits settle. That would be a situation in which there were… Read More »

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Can Hospitals Be Forced To Administer Ivermectin?

By Palmer | Lopez |

Some folks believe that ivermectin is a good treatment for COVID-19. Doctors and other health care experts caution that there is no evidence that the anti-parasitic drug is effective against a virus. Further, they say that there are considerable dangers related to taking the drug as a prophylactic. These include serious risks related to… Read More »

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Workers’ Comp Teams Up With Plaintiff In Injury Lawsuit

By Palmer | Lopez |

The Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation has joined a plaintiff in a lawsuit against Pike Township in a matter filed by a commercial truck driver. The workers’ comp board was initially named as a defendant in the lawsuit but has since swapped sides to support the plaintiff’s claim. The lawsuit involves a Township employee… Read More »

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Jewish Student Sues After Being Forced To Eat Pepperoni

By Palmer | Lopez |

Torts are an interesting branch of the law because they involve “injury”, but not all of those injuries need to be physical injuries. As an example, defamation, libel, and slander are all examples of torts that do not involve physical injury. They involve reputational injury. Under the First Amendment, all Americans are granted religious… Read More »

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