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CASE NUMBER 2004-11146
The case before us involves medical malpractice. Specifically, did the defendant fail to provide medical care in accordance with accepted standards and was that departure from accepted practice the proximate cause of the injury suffered by the plaintiff?
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CASE NUMBER 2004-11145
Ima Mentlcase v. We R. Cruel, Inc. Plaintiff alleges intentional infliction of emotional distress after being forced to sit through a stinging performance evaluation immediately upon her return from a six week medical leave for psychiatric care.
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CASE NUMBER 2004-11144
Ima Mentlcase v. We R. Cruel, Inc. Plaintiff alleges intentional infliction of emotional distress after being forced to sit through a stinging performance evaluation immediately upon her return from a six week medical leave for psychiatric care.
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CASE NUMBER 2004-11143
Kimberly (plaintiff) arranged to rent a vacation house from Betsy (defendant) for the dates June 21-24 for $3,000 with a $2,000 refundable security deposit making it a total of $5,000. On May 12, 2004, Kimberly (P) paid Betsy (D) $2,000, by check, as a security depoist for renting a vaction house for 3 days. On June 12, 2004, Kimberly paid Betsy the remaining balance of $3,000 via money order. On June 19, 2004, Betsy called Kim to tell her she will not be able to use the house on the agreed dates. Besty told Kim she would refund the money within 30 days. The money, over 90 days later still has not been refunded.
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CASE NUMBER 2004-11142
Michael and Laura are filing for divorce after 13 years of marriage. They have two small children. One child is 12 and one is 9. They have agreed on child visitation, maintenance,and child support. All is settled with the exception of the home they own. Michael wants Laura to sell the house and take his half and move on with his life. Laura wants to try and keep the house for her and her children until their youngest child is 18.
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CASE NUMBER 2004-11140
I Dianna Melton, the plaintiff was walking on Haywood Avenue in Deer Park. I walked past the defendants house which is number 35 when I fell and broke my leg on the side walk which was broken up and cracked. My right leg was broken and my right arm is fractured.
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CASE NUMBER 2004-11139
The Plaintiff, Trevor Zeiser, was in school on October 15, 2004 when he fell. It had rain the night before, into the morning of October 15. The kids were outside for recess that day. He was on the playground, and slipped off of the jungle gym that was still wet. The mother of the plaintiff, Margaret Zeiser recieved a call from the school nurse at approximately 1:00 pm. She was told by the nurse that her son fell and had a cut above his eye, and that she needed to come pick him up. Margaret then asked the nurse if her son would need stitches. The nurse replied that he may need a stitch. When Margaret arrived at the hospital, it turned out that Trevor needed a total of 15 stitches, inside and out. The plaintiffs are suing for the amount of $25,000 for negligence, doctor bills, and pain and suffering.
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CASE NUMBER 2004-11137
My case will show that the listed defendents pratice unlawful discriiminatory pratices in hiring personel for certain department positions in violation of NY CLS Exec $296. I will also prove due to this unlawful hiring practices several employees feel that they are sexual harassed from their males collegues with no way to correct this problem. Management is at fault because they neglected to correct the problem when the plaintiffs went through the proper "chain of command" to address their complaints and concerns, it seems that they feel on deaf ears.
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