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#51
$________ VERDICT – NEGLIGENT SUPERVISION BY LIFEGUARD ON DUTY – INSUFFICIENT PROCEDURES BY CLUB – INSUFFICIENT SUPERVISION OF LIFEGUARD – DROWNING OF 5-YEAR-OLD NON-SWIMMER IN SHALLOW END OF POOL – BYSTANDER EMOTIONAL DISTRESS CLAIM OF 7-YEAR-OLD BROTHER
Waterbury County, CT (194174)
#52
$________ RECOVERY Town Liability – Negligent hiring – Negligent Supervision – Assault by bus monitor on ________ with special needs
Hartford County, CT (194198)
#53
$________ VERDICT – Training Facility Negligence – Coaching negligence – Failure to properly supervise – Inexperienced ________ fell from top of cheerleading pyramid – C5-C6 vertebrae fracture
Worcester County, MA (194201)
#54
$________ VERDICT Employer’s Liability – ________ employee injured at refinery – ________-pound steel plate falls on ________ foot in a coker pit – ________ fail to warn ________ of known hazards – Foot injuries which required multiple surgeries; medical specials.
189th (194284)
#55
$________ RECOVERY Negligent Supervision – Minor ________ falls off of a piece of playground equipment while in the care of ________ day care center – Right femur injuries; medical expenses.
County Court At Law 4 (194306)
#56
$________ RECOVERY Alleged failure to provide adequate supervision to nursing home resident – 78-year old ________ slips and falls on snow on deck as she is having cigarette – Failure to take x-rays and diagnose leg fractures for several days
Essex County, NJ (193976)
#57
________ VERDICT – Medical Malpractice – Nursing Home Negligence – ________ decedent falls from shower bench at ________ facility and suffers fatal injuries – Failure to properly supervise decedent – Wrongful death of 69-year-old female.
Philadelphia County, PA (194050)
#58
________ VERDICT Premises Liability – ________ alleges ________ company fails to train and supervise employees – ________ claims forklift went out of control – Crashes forklift into a pole – Left foot injuries.
164th (194096)
#59
$________ RECOVERY Restaurant Negligence – Waitress places hot coffee too close to minor infant who pulls cup onto herself – Negligently placing hot coffee too close to infant patron – First and second degree burns to neck, chest and abdomen
USDC Western (194036)
#60
$________ CONFIDENTIAL RECOVERY – Construction Site Negligence – Negligent operation of equipment – ________ is run over by ________ equipment due to operator's negligence – Multiple fractures – Cervical spine injury – 19% whole person impairment
Withheld County, MA (193948)