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Status:  In Good Standing           Licensed:  29 Years

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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Pino v. US

... 438, 446-452. In the English common law, the right of action for personal injury abated upon the injured person's death, and the person's dependents were left without a legal remedy. Id. ¶ 19, 996 P.2d at 446. To alleviate this ...

Miller v. David Grace, Inc.

... of concealment or fraud by the landlord as to some defect in the premises known to him and unknown to the tenant, the rule of caveat emptor applies and the tenant takes the premises in whatever condition they may be in, thus assuming all risk of personal injury from defects ...

SR v. Stockdale

... Subsection (A) applies to actions for personal injury, wrongful death, and other specified actions, where a plaintiff demands more than $100,000, or where the defendant makes an offer of judgment in an amount greater than $100,000. ...