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Helen White v. Richard Minton

Helen White sued Richard Minton on a premises liability negligence theory claiming that she was injured at her Alton, Illinois home which was owned by defendant. White claimed that she injured her left ankle on February 18, 2006, when she stepped into a hole located in the common lawn area, fracturing her ankle.

Defendant claimed that Plaintiff was the sole cause of her own injuries... More...   $0 (05-02-2008 - IL)

Francisco Rene Molina v. PLS Check Cashers of Arizona

Francisco Rene Molina sued PLS Check Cashers of Arizona on a wrongful termination theory claiming that she was fired for complaining about being told to pass fake $100 bills to customers as a way of not taking the loss for having taken the bills in during normal business activities.

PLS claimed Molina was fired because he used his position as shift supervisor to get other employees ... More...   $16000 (05-02-2008 - AZ)

Charlotte Tilton v. Southern California Gas Co.

Charlotte Tilton, individually and on behalf of Kyle Tilton, a minor, sued Southern California Gas Co. on a negligence theory claiming that he was injured and damaged in a 2005 accident with truck owned by defendant. Plaintiff claimed that defendant's employee ran a red light and his a car in which plaintiff, age 14, was a passenger.

The defenses asserted by defendant are not available.... More...   $15000000 (05-02-2008 - CA)

Blickman Turkus, LP v. MF Downtown Sunnyvale, LLC

The primary question in this case is whether a realtor who represented the lessee in a complex commercial lease transaction had a duty to inform the lessor, after the lease was signed but before the lessee took possession, that the lessee's ability to perform the conditions of the lease was jeopardized by its deteriorating financial condition. The trial court held that the lessor had failed to... More...   $0 (05-02-2008 - CA)

Enpalm, LCC, et al. v. The Teitler Family Trust, etc., et al.

Defendants Tracy P. Teitler, Teitler Investments, and the Teitler Family Trust appeal from the order reducing their award of contractual attorney fees after they were awarded judgment in a real estate fraud and breach of contract action. We hold that the trial court properly applied equitable principles to reduce the fee award and therefore affirm the order.

FACTS AND PROCEDURAL HISTOR... More...   $0 (05-02-2008 - CA)

William "Buddy" Lynch v. Riverside Medical Center, et al.

William "Buddy" Lynch, age 44, sued Riverside Medical Center and Debbie Sall on a medical negligence theory (medical malpractice) claiming that Sall failed to exercise due care when she told who had one hand as the result of an accidental gunshot wound he suffered as a teen, was asked to "push and pull" a 170-pound sled for about 50 feet. He further claimed that, as a direct result, he suffered a... More...   $3300000 (05-02-2008 - IL)

Daniel Elan v. Palm Beach County and Joelle Bean

The Estate of Daniel Elan and Fednel Demosthene sued Palm Beach County and Joelle Bean on a governmental tort claim theory claiming that office Joelle Bean failed to exercise due care in the operation of her county police cruiser and, as a direct result, an accident occurred and Elan was killed and Demosthene was severely injured. Daniel Elan, 60, and friends Sonel Saint Fort and Fednel Demosthen... More...   $1 (05-02-2008 - FL)

Kosmore Malcom, et al. v. Palm Beach County

Kosmore Malcom, et al. sued Palm Beach County on a false arrest theory claiming that he was wrongfully arrested by a Palm Beach County deputy sheriff during a street melee. Malcom's son Kosmore was arrested by the deputies who were called to a police disturbance on Stacy Street in November 2002. Former deputy Jason Hagar detained Herring, then scuffled with his father, Malcom, who suffered a bro... More...   $132000 (05-02-2008 - FL)

Sherry Rollins v. City of Frederick

Sherry Rollins sued the City of Frederick, Maryland on a governmental tort claim negligence theory claiming that Frederick Police Officer Dale Renninger failed to exercise due care when riding a city bicycle and injured her when he hit her with it. Rollins claimed that Renninger was not paying attention, was reckless and traveling at an excessive speed when he struck her. She was getting ready to ... More...   $0 (05-02-2008 - MD)

Charles Jones v. Edward M. Ransom

¶1 Edward M. and Anna F. Ransom appeal from the Trial Court's denial of their Objection to Amended Petition for Condemnation. Based on our review of the record on appeal and applicable law, we affirm.


¶2 The Klintworths and the Joneses filed their petition to condemn an access easement pursuant to 27 O.S.2001 § 6, alleging the easement was necessary to provide acces... More...
   $0 (05-01-2008 - OK)

Mary Wilson v. Davenport Enterprises

Mary Wilson sued Davenport Enterprises on a premises liability theory. The claims made and defenses asserted are not available.... More...   $1 (05-01-2008 - OK)

Arnold, Matheny and Eagan, P.A. v. First American Holdings, Inc., etc., et al.

The issue before us involves the interpretation of Florida‟s garnishment statute and the obligations it imposes on third parties, including attorneys, who are served with writs of garnishment. In its decision in First American Holdings, Inc. v. Preclude, Inc., 955 So. 2d 1231 (Fla. 2d DCA 2007), the Second District Court of Appeal ruled upon the following question, which the court certified ... More...   $0 (05-01-2008 - FL)

Sonya Capri Bangerter v. Ralph Petty, et al.

1 Defendants Ralph Petty, Jarmaccc Properties, LLC, and Jarmaccc, Inc. (collectively Jarmaccc) appeal the trial court's grant of summary judgment in favor of Plaintiff Sonya Capri Bangerter. Specifically, Jarmaccc argues that the trial court erred in determining that a sheriff's sale of Ms. Bangerter's house (the Property) is void because the sheriff's sale included an incorrect legal descri... More...   $0 (05-01-2008 - UT)

James McGrath v. Central Masonry Corporation

Plaintiff-appellant James McGrath sued his former employer, Central Masonry Corporation (Central), for failure to pay overtime compensation in violation of the Fair Labor Standards Act, 29 U.S.C. 207 (FLSA), and also asserted a claim under the Colorado Wage Claim Act, C.R.S. 8-4-101 through 8-4-123, for Central's failure to pay him the balance of a bonus upon his separation from employme... More...   $0 (05-01-2008 - CO)

Father & Sons & A Daughter Too v. Transporation Services Authority of Nevada

NRS Chapter 706 defines fully regulated common motor carriers as including persons who hold themselves out to the public as willing to be employed to transport household goods by vehicle within Nevada. Nevada law further defines the "transportation of household goods" as including the movement of such household goods by use of a rented vehicle that is driven by someone associated with an entity t... More...   $0 (05-01-2008 - NV)

Michael McLane v. Sandra Helene McLane

Michael McLane filed a motion for en banc rehearing. We withdraw our opinion and judgment of December 20, 2007 and issue the following in their stead. We dismiss the motion for en banc rehearing as moot.

Michael McLane appeals the trial court's decision modifying his child support payments. In two issues, Michael complains of the trial court's finding that he was intentionally u... More...   $0 (05-01-2008 - TX)

Scott J. O'Connor v. City of Waterbury, et al.

The plaintiff, Scott J. O'Connor, a former police officer for the defendant city of Waterbury (city), appeals1 from the judgment of the trial court dismissing his appeal from the decision of the defendant retirement board of the city (board) awarding him a disability pension in the amount of 57.5 percent of his annual compensation. On appeal, the plaintiff claims that the trial court improp... More...   $0 (05-01-2008 - CT)

Midcoast Cohousing Land Acquisition, LLC v. The Riverhouse Trust

[1] Midcoast Cohousing Land Acquisition, LLC (Midcoast) appeals a summary judgment entered in the District Court (Wiscasset, Westcott, A.R.J.) in favor of Helen Warren Weld and Robert K. Strachan as trustees of the Riverhouse Trust. Midcoast argues that the court erred in concluding that: (1) the doctrine of stranger to the deed does not apply to make unenforceable the restrictive covenant to... More...   $0 (05-01-2008 - ME)

Jason D. Cole v. Cheri A. Cushman

[1] Cheri A. Cushman appeals from a judgment entered in the District Court (Ellsworth, Staples, J.) relinquishing jurisdiction to an Alabama court with respect to child custody matters in dispute between her and Jason D. Cole concerning their son. Cushman argues that (1) the court improperly ceded jurisdiction, and (2) she was denied due process when the court ordered jurisdiction ceded to Al... More...   $0 (05-01-2008 - ME)

Trans-Spec Truck Service, Inc. v. Caterpillar, Inc.

This case requires us to apply the accrual and statute of limitations provisions of the Uniform Commercial Code of Massachusetts to breach of warranty claims brought by Trans-Spec Truck Service ("Trans-Spec") against Caterpillar, Inc. Trans-Spec purchased twenty-two heavy-duty, custom-built trucks powered by Caterpillar engines. More than four and a half years after it took delivery of the trucks,... More...   $0 (05-01-2008 - MA)

Sean Holloway v. Thompson Island Outward Bound Education Center, Inc.

Sean Holloway was fired from his position as a maintenance worker for Thompson Island Outward Bound Education Center, Inc. ("TIOB"), which is a non-profit organization operating on one of the Boston Harbor Islands. He brought suit in the federal district court for Massachusetts, alleging racial discrimination and retaliation in violation of Title VII and the analogous state law. 42 U.S.C. 2000e ... More...   $0 (05-01-2008 - MA)

James L. Lee, etc., et al. v. State of Arizona

¶1 Before suing the state or its subdivisions, a person generally must file a notice of claim with the prospective defendant in compliance with Arizona Revised Statutes (“A.R.S.”) section 12-821.01(A) (2003). We hold that proof of mailing a notice of claim may create a material issue of fact as to its filing even though the State denies receiving the notice.


¶2 James Lee’s... More...
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Antelope Valley Press v. Steve Poizner, etc., et al.

This case poses the specific question whether, for purposes of worker's compensation insurance, persons who make deliveries of newspapers for the newspaper publisher Antelope Valley Press (AVP) are independent contractors or employees. The question arises not under a claim for worker's compensation benefits by one of the newspaper carriers (carriers), but rather with respect to the insurance p... More...   $0 (04-30-2008 - CA)

Joe Shane v. Bunzl Distribution USA, Inc.

When Joe Shane first appealed his contract claim to this court, we affirmed the district court in all respects save one: We remanded Shane's request to file a third amended complaint because the court gave no explanation for denying the motion. On remand, the district court provided an explanation for denying the motion, one that lies within the range of discretion given to the district courts... More...   $0 (04-30-2008 - KY)

Central Valley General Hospital v. Brenton Smith, et al.

This appeal concerns a hospital's proposed acquisition of rural health clinics from a medical group. The acquisition was not completed because disputes arose prior to the closing. The hospital terminated the agreement and sued for the return of a $250,000 payment, alleging an anticipatory breach of contract resulted from the medical group's inability to make certain representations and warrant... More...   $0 (04-30-2008 - CA)

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