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Failure to Train is Core of Police Shooting Problems

Failure to Train is Core of Police Shooting Problems September 2, 2016. By Brenda Craig.
Tampa, FL Gaps in training are a likely cause of death and injury at the hands of police officers in the US according to one veteran police officer and instructor in law enforcement procedures. Tom Bosley, who served as a Florida law enforcement officer for over 30 years, says when deadly shootings make the headlines one of the first questions to be asked should be about the training the officer had to deal with that situation.
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Lawyers Target Makers of Assault-Style Guns

Lawyers Target Makers of Assault-Style Guns July 12, 2016. By Brenda Craig.
Corpus Christi, TX: Veteran attorneys Bob Hilliard and Steve Berman were already preparing to file a wrongful death lawsuit on behalf of victims of the Orlando gay nightclub shootings on June 12, 2016.
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Deadly Dallas Shootings Underscore Lawsuit against Gun Makers

Deadly Dallas Shootings Underscore Lawsuit against Gun Makers July 11, 2016. By Brenda Craig.
Corpus Christi, TX: Top attorney Bob Hilliard was clearly shaken following the deadly rifle rampage by a rooftop sniper that killed five law enforcement officers in Dallas, Texas. Ironically, Hilliard’s firm is days away from filing a lawsuit against gun manufacturers on behalf of victims of the Orlando nightclub AK-47 assault rifle shooting.
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Suicide as a Wrongful Death or Medical Malpractice Suit

Suicide as a Wrongful Death or Medical Malpractice Suit June 14, 2016. By Brenda Craig.
Frisco, TX: Although there are a number of lawyers who have had suicide as a wrongful death suit, there is no one who focuses their entire practice on wrongful death by suicide like veteran Texas attorney, Skip Simpson.
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Wrongful Death Lawsuit Filed against Southern California Gas Company

Wrongful Death Lawsuit Filed against Southern California Gas Company February 20, 2016. By Heidi Turner.
Porter Ranch, CA: The family of a 79-year-old woman who died after the Southern California Gas Company (SoCalGas) leak in October has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the gas company. Although the victim suffered breathing problems prior to the gas leak, the wrongful death claim alleges the gas leak made the woman’s health problems worse and ultimately led to her early death.
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Texting Drivers Held Liable for Millions Creating Carnage on the Road

Texting Drivers Held Liable for Millions Creating Carnage on the Road June 18, 2015. By The National Trial Lawyers.
Americans send 153.3 billion text messages every month. Text messaging has become an increasingly common form of phone use for many Americans.
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Wrongful Death Suit Filed Over Ethicon Power Morcellation

Wrongful Death Suit Filed Over Ethicon Power Morcellation December 15, 2014. By Lucy Campbell.
Los Angeles, CA A wrongful death lawsuit has been filed by the family of a woman who underwent robot-assisted hysterectomy and uterine fibroid removal surgery, with a laparoscopic uterine surgery via power morcellator made by Ethicon, a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson (J&J).
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Healthcare Network Liable for $1.6M for Overdosing Patient

Healthcare Network Liable for $1.6M for Overdosing Patient December 4, 2014. By The National Trial Lawyers.
A jury in the Second District Court of Utah returned a verdict for $1.6 million in a wrongful death and medical malpractice action against Intermountain Healthcare for fatally overdosing a patient with a cocktail of medications.
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Employer Must Defend Against A Wrongful Death Lawsuit For Not Monitoring Employee Computer Use

Employer Must Defend Against A Wrongful Death Lawsuit For Not Monitoring Employee Computer Use August 29, 2014. By The National Trial Lawyers.
An Illinois Appellate Court recently held that an employer must defend against a wrongful death lawsuit alleging that it was negligent in failing to investigate death threats that its employee had emailed to his family from his work computer, and not subsequently protecting the family from the husband’s threatened harm, which resulted in their death. Regions Bank v. Joyce Meyer Ministries, Inc. 2014 IL App. (5th) 130193
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Brain Injury and Wrongful Death Lawsuit Filed by Boogaard Family

Brain Injury and Wrongful Death Lawsuit Filed by Boogaard Family May 21, 2013. By Jane Mundy.
Minneapolis, MN The family of Derek Boogaard, known as the “Enforcer,” has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the National Hockey League, blaming the organization for a number of brain injuries he suffered during his career, and also blaming the NHL for his subsequent addiction to narcotics.
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