Monday, October 7, 2013
"Worker fired while on leave gets $100,000," "Driver awarded $14,035 for alleged neck and back injuries," "Defendant not liable for collision," "Plaintiff awarded $3,000 for alleged injuries," "Jury awards $11,000 to teen who witnessed car crash in store," "Plaintiffs awarded $19,446 for alleged back and neck injuries"
Monday, September 30, 2013
"Jury sides with doctor sued for failure to diagnose," "Jury awards $4,656 to man claiming disk injuries," "Both drivers to blame for collision, jury finds," "Driver awarded $8,106 for alleged back and neck injuries," "Judge awards $240,179 to man struck in face with liquor bottle," "Meat cutter who lost fingers awarded $1.09 million"
Friday, September 13, 2013
On Aug. 22, the 236th District Court in Tarrant County issued a roughly $1.3 million final judgment for five plaintiffs against Gotta Go Express Trailways Inc. and the driver of its vehicle, which crashed en route to a Colorado ski trip with 46 children aboard.
Monday, December 17, 2007
Even though Stanley Eugene Partee was asleep, substantial evidence supported the administrative law judge's finding that there was probable cause to believe Partee was operating a motor vehicle when he was discovered by Deputy Jim Bingham.
Monday, July 5, 2004
A new legal climate exists post-Enron/PricewaterhouseCoopers regarding document retention. Questions about document retention policies are coming at a time when new forms of information are redefining the very concept of a document.