Mark A. Rettenmaier is a surgeon and a physician in Orange County and did not realize that in 2011 when his computer was not able to boot that he would endup loosing his freedom.Read More
Institutional liability is an important concept in court today, and has become more and more important over the last 50 years. The most common is the Institutional Liability for Sexual Abuse.
Early concepts of institutional liability in regards to hospitals date back to the case of Darling vs. Charleston Community Memorial Hospital in the early 1960's. The plaintiff Darling broke his leg in a college football game and attended the Memorial hospital to get it fixed.Read More
Those who have survived the deceased may attempt to claim compensation for their loss, the loss of companionship, any medical and funeral expenses which they have been left with, and the lost wages of the deceased, if they were a dependent of thatRead More
According to the United States Department of Transportation, three people are fatally wounded in alcohol-related vehicle accidents every two hours. In 2010 alcohol was the direct cause for over thirteen thousand deaths. Eighty-one percent of those accidents involved male drivers who were impaired by alcohol.Read More
Although regulations have been changed to protect people who are likely to be at risk playing sports, there are still thousands of personal injuries a year which can be prevented by proper precautions and safety rules are followed.Read More