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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Caves v. Yarbrough

... The operative question, however, is whether statutory notice was provided within a year next following the earliest date Mr. Caves (or his personal representative), by exercise of reasonable diligence, should have known of the injury and the acts or omission which caused them. ...

Forest Hill Nursing Center, Inc. v. McFarlan

... Before MYERS, PJ, IRVING, GRIFFIS and ISHEE, JJ. GRIFFIS, J., for the Court. ¶1. Mary Louise McFarlan filed suit against Forest Hill Nursing Center ("Forest Hill") based on alleged personal injuries that she sustained while a resident at Forest Hill. ...

Burley v. Douglas

... However, "[w]hen the same wrongful conduct causes both personal injury and death, at the instant of death, the recovery for the personal injury is embraced by the `one suit' for wrongful death and is not actionable by the estate under the survival statute." In re Estate of England ...