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Disabled Motor Vehicle Driver Found Not Liable To Police Officer Injured In The Course Of Pushing Her Car To Side Of Roadway

By on March 6, 2020 in Negligence with 0 Comments

Plaintiff, Jean–Pierre Therrien, while on duty as a police officer, observed a disabled motor vehicle with its hazard lights activated, blocking a busy intersection.  Plaintiff spoke with the defendant driver Lynda Blow and learned that her vehicle had run out of gas.  While in the process of helping push her vehicle to the side of […]

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Landlord May Be Liable to Tenant Injured in The Process of Changing Lightbulb in Ceiling Fixture in Common Hallway

By on September 7, 2018 in Liability with 0 Comments

Plaintiff Evelyn Delgado was injured while trying to change the lightbulb of the ceiling fixture in the entrance hallway leading to her apartment. She tried to change the lightbulb by standing on a stair, leaning over the banister. She lost her balance, fell to the floor, and injured her leg. The issue in Delgado v.  […]

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