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#1
________ VERDICT – Premises Liability – Fall down – ________ slipped on wet tennis court due to leaking roof – Broken ankle.
Norfolk County, MA (195966)
#2
$________ GROSS VERDICT Premises liability - Failure to maintain university tennis courts - Slip and fall in water - Wrist fracture with surgery - 44% comparative negligence found.
Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania (50197)
#3
$________ Recovery Negligence - ________ throws a ball that strikes the ________ in the eye - Hythema, traumatic glaucoma, retinal hemorrhages and choroidal rupture, ultimately permanent loss of vision in eye.
Middlesex County, Massachusetts (49977)
#4
$________ GROSS VERDICT Premises liability - Failure to maintain university tennis courts - Slip and fall in water - Wrist fracture with surgery - 44% comparative negligence found.
Philadelphia County (47495)
#5
$________ GROSS VERDICT Premises liability - Failure to maintain university tennis courts - Slip and fall in water - Wrist fracture with surgery - 44% comparative negligence found.
Philadelphia County (47500)
#6
$________ RECOVERY - Negligence - ________ throws a ball that strikes the ________ in the eye - Hythema, traumatic glaucoma, retinal hemorrhages and choroidal rupture, ultimately permanent loss of vision in eye.
Middlesex County, Massachusetts (47400)
#7
________ VERDICT ON PROXIMATE CAUSE Tort Claims Act Case - Dangerous condition - Exposed taut wire on tennis court - Condition allegedly causes rupture of Achilles tendon - Jury finds that dangerous condition is not causally related to accident and does not reach issue of palpably unreasonable conduct.
Cape May County (21468)
#8
________ VERDICT Negligence asserted against homeowner for carelessly discarding a tennis ball following a tennis match, allegedly causing ________ to fall - Isteochondritis dessicans - Sprained left ankle - Permanency alleged.
New Haven Judicial District, Conn. (12887)
#9
$________ RECOVERY ________ allegedly develops neuromas due to allegedly defective walking shoe - Surgical repair to right foot.
Los Angeles County, California (4979)
#10
________ VERDICT Slip and fall on asphalt tennis court - Failure to clean algae from court surface - Fractured patella - Anal ulcer from pain medication.
Broward County (2739)
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