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Priorities, priorities

Mexico’s President has been battling corruption rumors for years.  I guess now instead of trying to actively combat corruption, he is instead spreading it around more! 156 more words

Jorge v. Culinary Institute of America

Employer was entitled to judgment NOV in a negligence case brought against a plaintiff injured by employee’s negligent driving of his own car on his way home from work, since the employee’s commute was subject to the “going and coming rule.”  Trial court erred in denying employer judgment NOV in this personal injury action caused by an employee’s negligent driving of his own car on the way home from work.  194 more words


What is a negligent security claim?

A negligent security claim is when a business, whether it’s an apartment building, 83 more words


Negligence in Long Term Care: Avoiding Potential Liability

By: Betty Frandsen, MHA, RN, NHA, CDONA, FACDONA, C-NE, IP-BC and
Kimberly A. Keeman, B.S.

Certified nursing assistants (CNAs) play a vital role in the delivery of healthcare to patients and residents. 414 more words


What is comparative negligence?

There’s a legal term that gets thrown around you’re going to hear once you’re involved 139 more words

Car Accidents

Clinical Negligence: What if multiple medical practitioners were negligent?

When you go into hospital it is rare that you will be treated by one individual, usually, you will be treated by a team or department. 222 more words

Clinical Negligence

Solution to Car Hacking (in the future...now)

Solution to car hacking?

So in a previous post I briefly hinted at the danger associated with car hacking. Since I wrote that post I have been thinking a lot about this issue and I may have come up with a solution. 417 more words