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Pre-Suit Notice in Health Care Liability Action

October 30, 2014

Case:  Clayton Arden, Surviving Spouse v. Kenya L. Kozawa, M. D. Issues: Was pre-suit notice sufficient despite failing to list addresses of plaintiff and defendant? Was service of notice via Federal Express (rather than USPS) sufficient? Facts:  Plaintiff sought to file suit against Defendants Doctor and Hospital. The pre-suit notice was deficient because it failed […]

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Wrongful Death Cases: Getting Records and Filing a Lawsuit

September 3, 2013

The Tennessean recently reported on a tragic story about a 17-year-old boy who died in the custody of the Department of Children’s Services (DCS) while in juvenile detention. His family tried for months to get his medical records with little or no success because he had turned 18 while in DCS custody and was no […]

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Could Ex-Titan Keith Bulluck Sue for Malicious Prosecution?

August 28, 2013

Former Tennessee Titans linebacker Keith Bulluck was arrested recently for felony robbery after an altercation with a taxi driver. As reported in the media, the taxi driver has a history of filing false reports and allegedly lying about being robbed. If the taxi driver lied about this incident, could Bulluck sue him for malicious prosecution? Maybe. […]

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Are Your Office E-Mails to Your Spouse Protected by the Marital Privilege?

December 14, 2012

Can the police subpoena your emails to your spouse?  Can your emails be subject to a subpoena? Marital Privilege  Doctrine Are your emails to your spouse protected when written on a work computer?  According to one very recent federal court ruling, not necessarily so.  United States v Hamilton, -F.3d-, (4th Cir. Dec. 13, 2012).  Although the case […]

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Inmates with Diabetes Have Rights when Medical Care Is Ignored

November 2, 2011

Inmates that receive poor medical care for Diabetes while incarcerated have protections under State and Federal law. Inmates may bring a claim under 42 U.S.C. § 1983 if they can establish that their constitutional rights were violated by guards or medical staff. The most common constitutional amendment implicated by inmates with diabetes is the Eighth […]

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