Cases

Murder, by the Book

It is unusual for an attorney to be asked to handle a murder for hire case, even more unusual that the case would be against the publishing company for printing a hit man’s “how to” book.

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When is an Insurance Company Acting in Bad Faith, or Simply Being Difficult?

By Don Corson Insurance, when done properly, serves an important social function: risks are spread among the many, and each individual is protected from risks that he or she otherwise could not personally afford. But insurance, when done improperly, can needlessly expose a policyholder to the very risks of liability that insurance should protect against. […]

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Wrongful Death: Assisted Living Facility Negligence

Nursing home negligence is a huge concern because of the impact it has on families. In one such case, we represented a local family whose 94-year-old mother resided in an assisted living facility. She had developed post-polio syndrome as a young adult but her condition did not prevent her from raising two children as a […]

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