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CASE NUMBER 2001-10515
During a dinner party, defendant borrowed plaintiff's Jeep Wrangler to go and get some wine. About 30 minutes later the plaintiff got a call from the defendant saying he had run out of gas. When the plaintiff arrived at the stranded vehicle the hood and the windshield had been severely damaged.
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CASE NUMBER 2001-10514
Plaintiff Dexter Phoenix was wrongly and unjustly terminated from his position at KBDX - Channel 61 because of his age. Mr. Phoenix worked as a sports anchor at KBDX from December 1979 until July 1991, pursuant to a series of three-year contracts. In 1988, Jim Manning became the Vice President of Operations at KBXD. At that time, Mr. Phoenix was the sports director and lead sports anchor. KBDX systematically shifted Phoenix's responsibilities to younger employees.
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CASE NUMBER 2001-10509
Plaintiff is a 45-year old female who was injured in an automobile accident. Ms. Johnson and several family members had arrived in Idaho to attend a funeral. Her cousin rented a car from “ABC” rent-a-car (one of the big five national rental companies). The family was staying together on a rural farm. After the funeral four family members got in the car, with Ms. Johnson a passenger in the rear seat. Upon entering the car she discovered that she could not locate a seatbelt buckle. During the twenty-mile drive out to the farm, the driver lost control on a dirt road. The car went off the road and rolled over into a ditch. Ms. Johnson (the plaintiff) suffered a broken neck and is now paralyzed. She is suing the rental company for damages because the company’s maintenance practices allowed the buckle to get under the seat cushion, preventing recovery by a passenger. Plaintiff is also suing the car manufacturer for defective design of the seatbelt system.
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CASE NUMBER 2000-10483
Plaintiff, “Jane”, went to the University Medical Center for a routine physical and mammogram. The mammogram was suspicious and a biopsy was performed. A week later Jane was informed that she had cancer and surgery was recommended. She underwent a left-modified radical mastectomy. At her first post-operative appointment she learned that there was a mistake in the biopsy report, and surgery was unnecessary. Jane is suing the medical center for medical negligence
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CASE NUMBER 2000-10473
This is a case of choice. Should the defendants rights as a mother be terminated? Should she be allowed supervised visitation? Or should she be court ordered to abide by the court order? Mother abandoned children in May 1998, recently recieved visitation in July 2000, which was as a result of Plaintiff filing modification papers. Respondent's relationship with Plaintiff is detrimental to the health and welfare of the children.
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CASE NUMBER 2000-10451
On July 20, 1997, Mr. Turnbuckle was the innocent victim of a careless automobile accident caused by the Defendant, Tony Fratelli. Mr. Turnbuckle was traveling at the same speed as other traffic along Tenth Avenue, when Mr. Fratelli pulled his Mercedes into the middle lane of one-way traffic without caution for oncoming vehicles. As a result of the injuries sustained by Mr. Turnbuckle, he will not be able to continue his high school and potentially promising college and professional football career as quarterback. Plaintiff believes this accident caused this medical condition and has subsequently terminated his potential career as a professional athlete.
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CASE NUMBER 2000-10447
For our 20th anniversary I surprised my wife with a limo trip to a restauraunt in a romantic city and back. I was very particular in choosing the limo, and stressed the need for timeliness, good champagne, a driver that knew the way.. etc. The driver was late, got lost on the way down, got lost on the way back, we had warm red wine. I want my money back, or a free night out.
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CASE NUMBER 2000-10436
On August 30, 1994, plaintiff was traveling in her car doing some shopping. While plaintiff was stopped at an intersection, a police officer ran a stop sign without overhead flashers and sirens activated and broad-sided Mrs. Jones’ vehicle. Mrs. Jones suffered permanently disabling injuries in the collision. The City has admitted the police officer was negligent in causing this accident and that the City is liable for plaintiff’s injuries. The plaintiffs have also alleged that the Police Chief and Deputy Police Chief are individually liable for entrusting a police car to an officer who had been involved in a prior at-fault accident while driving his police car, had been stopped 7 times by police officers for unsafe driving and speeding in excess of 100 miles per hour.
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