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Can You Sue A Jail Operator Who Intentionally Harms You?

By Alan Goldfarb, P.A. |

While this question may sound fairly facile with an obvious answer, the very question made it all the way to the Colorado Supreme Court before the court ruled that the plaintiff’s case could proceed. A detainee alleged that a sheriff held him well beyond the point where he posted bond, thus infringing upon his… Read More »

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Woman Sues After Foot Burn Injury At Dialysis Treatment

By Alan Goldfarb, P.A. |

If your foot is burned during your dialysis treatment, you can be reasonably certain that something went wrong. In this case, instead of providing a patient with a blanket, a nurse turned on a heat lamp that cooked her left foot. The woman has since filed a complaint against the hospital alleging medical malpractice,… Read More »

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Oops! Cracker Barrel Serves Man Sanitizer Instead Of Water

By Alan Goldfarb, P.A. |

Among the least common torts you’ll find filed against restaurants are allegations that they served customers a chemical substance as opposed to food or drink. Nonetheless, a lawsuit filed in Tennessee against an area Cracker Barrel alleges an employee served a customer cleaning sanitizer instead of water. The customer drank the cleaning solution and… Read More »

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Jury Awards $25M To Child Strangled By Blinds

By Alan Goldfarb, P.A. |

A jury awarded $25 million to a family who lost their 3-year-old daughter in a bizarre strangulation incident involving blinds. While this may sound like a random accident, it actually isn’t. Blinds are listed as one of the top five home hazards for children. Part of the issue is that, despite the fact that… Read More »

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First Responders Accused Of Killing Man With Ketamine

By Alan Goldfarb, P.A. |

The use of ketamine as a chemical restraint has come under fire in recent years, presumably not by those who enjoy the drug as part of their weekend fun. Ketamine is a powerful tranquilizer that is used on humans and horses to produce a dissociative effect. The drug is used to reduce “excited delirium”… Read More »

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Claims Bill Targets Trooper Who Made Careless U-Turn

By Alan Goldfarb, P.A. |

In 2014, a Florida state trooper made a careless U-turn that resulted in a four-car accident. Three young boys were severely injured. More than six years later, they are still waiting for compensation. Part of the issue involves lawsuits filed against the state government. Florida, as all other states, has strict rules concerning when… Read More »

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Samsung Faces Lawsuit Related To Exploding Lithium-Ion Battery

By Alan Goldfarb, P.A. |

A lawsuit filed against Samsung alleges that a vape pen battery exploded in the plaintiff’s face injuring both him and his infant son. The plaintiff has filed a product liability lawsuit against both Samsung and the store from which he purchased the vape pen. According to the plaintiff, he was lying on his bed… Read More »

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Lawsuit Filed at Apartment Complex Where Mass Shooting Took Place

By Alan Goldfarb, P.A. |

The residents of Oakwood Terrace Apartments have filed a $10 million lawsuit against the apartment complex over a mass shooting that occurred on-premises. Residences say that the company that manages the property ignored security concerns over two prior murders on the grounds. On April 15, 2021, multiple gunmen sprayed the apartment complex with bullets… Read More »

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Parents Sue After Child Dies in Wave Pool

By Alan Goldfarb, P.A. |

The parents of a five-year-old boy have filed a lawsuit against Daytona Beach after their child drowned in a wave pool. They have filed a lawsuit against the Daytona Lagoon alleging negligence, including a failure to adequately supervise the wave pool while the child was drowning. The incident occurred in August of 2019. The… Read More »

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What Constitutes “Pain and Suffering Damages” in a Personal Injury Lawsuit

By Alan Goldfarb, P.A. |

All personal injury lawsuits are based on three components. The first is that the plaintiff must establish that the defendant owed them a duty of care. The plaintiff must then show how the defendant neglected or violated that duty of care. Finally, injuries must result from the failure to render the duty of care…. Read More »

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