Wrongful Death

Florida treatment Center faces Wrongful Death Lawsuit

Submitted by Norman on Thu, 07/22/2010 - 10:25
Personal Injury

When Sharon Bronowicz was found dead, it was assumed it was first assumed to be a suicide. Then it was thought to be an accidental drowning. However, not it is now being seen as a death that was entirely preventable.

'New Horizons of the Treasure Coast' residential treatment center, located in Fort Pierce, South Florida is now facing a wrongful death claim as a result of Ms.Bronowicz's death. Her family claim that her death, which occurred less than two weeks before her release from being treated for depression.

Chicago Club sued for wrongful death over death of 17 year old

Submitted by Norman on Thu, 07/08/2010 - 15:13
Personal Injury

The family of a 17 year old, mexican teenager who was shot in the back and killed at a club in Chicago have launched a wrongful death lawsuit against the club.

The boy, Ramiro Guevara, has used a fake I.D. to get into the club was shot in the back after he had gotten involved in a fight on the night of October 15th.

In the suit, Ramiro's family claim that the staff and security at the club, V-Live, were “failed to provide metal detectors to insure the safety of its guests.”

Kellogs Recalls 28 Million Boxes of Cereal Due To Packaging "Substance' Concerns

Submitted by Norman on Thu, 07/08/2010 - 11:10
Personal Injury

Kellog's Co. Of Battlecreek, Michigan have recalled 28 million boxes of Apple Jacks, Corn Pops, Froot Loops, and Honey Smacks cereal due to concern's regarding a concern with one of the substances that gives their cereals the off-colors and flavors found in their cereals.

Michael Jackson's Father Files A Wrongful death Lawsuit Against His Son's Doctor

Submitted by Norman on Wed, 06/30/2010 - 10:57
Personal Injury

Joe Jackson, father of the legendary singer Michael jackson, has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against his son's doctor, Dr.Conrad Murray.

The lawsuit was filed on the first anniversary of the pop star's death, just in time to stay within the one year limit allowed for filing such a lawsuit.

In the suit, Mr. Jackson claims that Dr. Murray gave his son a powerful drug (the anaesthetic propofol) and of being slow in calling for medical help for the singer.