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Melinda M Brown

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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Hughes v. PeaceHealth

... [**]. GILLETTE, J. In this wrongful death action, the personal representative of a deceased person challenges the trial court's application of the statutory damages cap set out at ORS 31.710 to the jury's award of damages. Plaintiff ...

Lowe v. Philip Morris USA, Inc.

... The only question was whether the evidence was sufficient, for the purposes of the wrongful death act, to permit a jury to find the necessary causal connection between the defendant's negligence and the patient's death. Interpreting ...

State v. Ferrara

... law. As such, we next consider whether N could recover any damages against defendant in a wrongful death action — the civil analogue to defendant's criminal activities — and if so, the amount of those damages. [15]. Wrongful ...