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CASE NUMBER 2004-11168
CASE SUMMARY: Plaintiff states that she was bitten and attacked by the defendents dog in the defendents backyard. As a consequence of the attack the defendant suffered an injury and is seeking damages. The defendant asserts that their dog was inside the house at the time of the alleged attack and not in the backyard at the time of the dog attack. Defendant claims that the plaintiff is suffering from mistaken identity, or worse
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CASE NUMBER 2004-11167
Plaintiff states that she was bitten and attacked by the defendents dog in the defendents backyard. As a consequence of the attack the defendant suffered an injury and is seeking damages. The defendant asserts that their dog was inside the house at the time of the alleged attack and not in the backyard at the time of the dog attack. Defendant claims that the plaintiff is suffering from mistaken identity, or worse.
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CASE NUMBER 2004-11166
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CASE NUMBER 2004-11165
I, Sofie Green, threw a small dinner party for my closet family and friends. My co-worker, Amanda Goosen, saw a unique vase in my display cabinet and asked me to take it out so she can get a closer look at the details. I explained to her that this piece was imported from Turkey, embroidered with 24 carat gold hand designs and I would rather not take it out of the cabinet, however, she was more than welcome to stand as close as she wanted to the cabinet and observe it. I stepped out the room and when I returned, I saw that Amanda had taken the vase out of the cabinet was hurrying to put it back, in the process, it fell and shattered into pieces.
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CASE NUMBER 2004-11164
I loaned my cell phone to my daughter (August) so she could call me after her softball practice so I could pick her up. While she was waiting for me to come and get her, she let her girlfriend (Kelly) use the phone to call her mother. While Kelly had the phone she let another girl (Sue) use the phone, and then was picked up by her mother. Kelly never returned the phone to my daughter and told her that the other girl had it. Sue claimed that she never used the phone and had no clue what Kelly was talking about.
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CASE NUMBER 2004-11163
My ex-boyfriend and I dated for five years. On our third university he bought me a puppy. We both shared the responsibilities and he lived at both of our houses. He would stay at my boyfriends’ house for a couple of days and then come back to my house for the rest of the week. We also shared the expenses of food, vet bills and anything else that came up. The problem is that now we are broken up and we both want the dog.
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CASE NUMBER 2004-11162
On January 1,2004, the Plaintiff came to Stony Brook Hospital for an MRI. The Plaintiff filled out the necessary medical forms with his health history. The Technologist placed the Plaintiff into the MRI machine and asked the Plaintiff to cross his arm's over his chest. The Plaintiff complained of having no room inside the MRI machine. When the Technologist went to remove the Plaintiff from the MRI machine, he was stuck. It took over one hour to remove the Plaintiff from the MRI machine. The Plaintiff is sueing for emotional and mental distress.
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CASE NUMBER 2004-11161
On Janurary 1,2004,the Plaintiff came to Stony Brook Hospital for an MRI. The Plaintiff filled out necessary medical form with health history. The Technician placed the Plaintiff into the MRI machine and asked the Plaintiff to cross his arm's over his chest. The Plaintiff complainted about having no room within side the MRI machine. When the Technician went to remove the Plaintiff from the MRI machine, the Plaintiff was stuck. The Plaintiff is sueing for emotional and mental distress.
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