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March 18, 2013 was a tragic day for the family of David Priester, Jr. – the 38-year-old Boeing employee fell from an elevated platform at
In the early hours of July 1, 2017, dozens of people were injured in a Little Rock, Arkansas, nightclub shooting. The shooting occurred in the
A 37-year-old man who fell while walking down stairs at his apartment complex received a jury verdict of $12 million. The incident occurred in 2012.
Duty for Tennessee Bars, Restaurants, Night Clubs, and Businesses to Protect its Patrons from Intoxicated Individuals on Company Property
At some point in your life, you will inevitably encounter an intoxicated individual while you are out on the town. Whether you are out running
Nobody visits a business or store expecting to be a victim of an assault, robbery, burglary, or rape by a third party criminal. The same
Historically, governments and governmental entities were immune from almost all lawsuits under the theory of sovereign immunity. Sovereign immunity originated from old English common law