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#31
________ VERDICT Municipal Liability – Tort Claims Act – Alleged palpably unreasonable failure of municipality to properly place permanent patch after an alleged ________ water main break in roadway adjacent to ________ mother-in-law's home – Pothole – Also alleged unreasonable failure to repair pothole after complaint that relative sprained ankle while stepping into hole in ________ – ________ steps in leaf covered pothole after placing young daughter into car seat in ________ – Bimalleolar fracture.
Middlesex County, NJ (188149)
#32
$________ RECOVERY – MEDICAL MALPRACTICE – OB/GYN – "WRONGFUL BIRTH" – SECOND TRIMESTER SCREENING ULTRASOUND TAKEN TOO EARLY – SUBSEQUENT THIRD TRIMESTER ULTRASOUND SHOWS PROBABILITY OF HYDROCEPHALUS – ALLEGED NEGLIGENCE BY FEDERALLY FUNDED CLINIC AND CASE BROUGHT UNDER FEDERAL TORT CLAIMS ACT.
Newark County, NJ (188104)
#33
$________ VERDICT Police Liability – ________ highway patrol officer loses control while backing his vehicle on the shoulder of the road, striking the ________ – Careless and unsafe driving – Tear of rotator cuff requiring surgery.
Oklahoma County, OK (187636)
#34
$________ GROSS AWARD REDUCED BY 25% COMPARATIVE NEGLIGENCE Municipal Liability – Tort Claims Act – Palpably unreasonable failure to place warnings regarding presence of electrical extension cords hidden in grass at municipal concert – ________ trips and falls at night – Fracture to right dominant humerus – Inability to raise arm above shoulder – Right ulnar nerve injury – "Swan neck" deformity in fingers – Inability to continue as hairdresser.
Ocean County, NJ (187769)
#35
$________ RECOVERY Municipal Liability – Tort Claims Act – Palpably unreasonable failure to conduct adequate inspection of beach following storm – ________ steps on dislodged stake used to secure handicapped access mat – Severe laceration to top of foot and sensory damage along path of several inch scar.
Monmouth County, NJ (187770)
#36
$________ RECOVERY Police Liability – Municipal police officer allegedly shoots decedent in back as he is walking away following "stop and frisk" – ________ argues that $________ cap provided by Maryland Local Tort Claims Act should not apply in cases in which constitutional rights are violated.
Baltimore City County, MD (186872)
#37
$________ VERDICT – MOTOR VEHICLE NEGLIGENCE – AUTO/PEDESTRIAN COLLISION – TEEN WHO LOST LEG IN BUS CRASH MAY COLLECT ONLY FRACTION OF VERDICT DUE TO STATE CAP – AMPUTATION OF THE LEFT LEG ABOVE THE KNEE.
Bucks County Court of Common Pleas (186989)
#38
$________ RECOVERY – NEGLIGENT SUPERVISION – DYFS ALLEGEDLY CONDUCTS NEGLIGENT INVESTIGATION FOLLOWING TWO COMPLAINTS OF POTENTIAL CHILD ABUSE WHILE KID LIVING WITH BIOLOGICAL MOTHER AND HER BOYFRIEND – SUBSEQUENT DEATH FROM BLUNT FORCE TRAUMA.
Monmouth County, NJ (187364)
#39
$________ VERDICT Police Liability – Family of Native American man files suit after he is shot dead by police – Wrongful death.
Bergen County Superior Court (186934)
#40
$________ RECOVERY - MEDICAL MALPRACTICE - ANESTHESIOLOGY - NEGLIGENT SUPERVISION OF THIRD YEAR RESIDENT - FEDERAL TORT CLAIM ACT - IMPROPER PLACEMENT OF LOCAL ANESTHETIC CAUSES ________ EYEBALL TO EXPLODE - PERMANENT BLINDNESS - LOSS OF EYE.
U.S. District Court, District of CT (184544)