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- Texas Mother Alleges Denied C-Section Resulted in Birth Injuries and Death of Newborn
A young Texas mother is seeking answers after her newborn suffered extreme birth injuries and died during the labor and delivery process. The 18-year-old mother went to the hospital earlier this month, just one week shy of her due date. After an "uneventful pregnancy", the mother and her family looked forward to the arrival of their newest family member. Unfortunately, the turn of events at the hospital would change their lives forever.
- Compensation for Grief in Pennsylvania
When an individual dies due to the negligence or wrongful act of another person or a group of people, certain family members of the deceased can recover damages in Pennsylvania courts.
- Personal Injury Claims and Gun Violence: What You Need to Know
Learn what to do in the case of a personal injury claim if you are a victim of gun violence.
- Construction Manager Manslaughter Charges
Construction-related deaths often result in civil wrongful death lawsuits.
- What if the Medical Evidence Does not Support My Claim?
To make a personal injury claim, medical evidence is mandatory. Unfortunately, if the medical report is unable to link your injuries to the accident, it will not be possible to take your claim further.
- Settlement for Baby's Death at Military Hospital
When a four-month-old’s parents brought her to the Emergency Room at Tripler Army Medical Center in Honolulu, Hawaii on October 18, 2012, their infant had been suffering from an upper respiratory infection accompanied by labored breathing.
- Parties of Interest in Wrongful Death Claims
The former Bruce (now Caitlyn) Jenner was involved in a fatal car accident on the Pacific Coast Highway last February.
- Workman’s Comp: Electrical Injuries
More than half of annual construction worker deaths are caused by falling, being struck by an object, electrocution, or being caught in or in between objects. While falls are by far the most deadly injury in construction work (34.6%), electrocution deaths and injuries are not a statistic to be ignored.
- Can I Sue for a Hunting Accident?
According to the Center for Disease Control, gun-related accidents cause more than 15 percent of the deaths and injuries that are caused by gunshot wounds. An individual who has been injured in a hunting accident may have a viable claim for recovery, depending on the circumstances of his or her case.
- Lawsuits Over Cyberbullying
For generations, bullying has been a problem on the playground and in the classroom. However, with more children having access to electronic devices, a new form of bullying has formed: cyberbullying. This form of bullying can sometimes rise to the level of a criminal offense or a tort in which the parents of a bullied child may be able to recover on a monetary level for the suffering their child has endured.