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Woman Fell Outside Theater – City Of Kansas City Chips In On Settlement

$375,000 Settlement A woman who fell and broke her leg while walking from the parking lot into the Starlight Theatre in Kansas City sued for premises liability. On July 19, 2002, Delores Hallouer, 69, and her daughter went to Swope ...

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Building Owner Sues Deputy Sherriffs – They OK'd Tear-Down Without Consent

$26,000 Settlement A Johnson County woman sued two deputy sheriffs who allowed someone to come onto her property and tear down a building without her permission. Diana Lockhart owned an outbuilding on her property in Johnson, Mo. One of her ...

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Car Buyer Files Lemon Law Case – Ford Said Explorer XLS Was Merchantable

$529.52 Verdict A couple who bought a 2000 Ford Explorer XLS filed Lemon Law and other claims after experiencing transmission and thermostat problems. In their lawsuit the plaintiffs argued that there was a lack of dependability of the vehicle at ...

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31-Year-Old Died In Hospital – Back-To-Back Wins For Med-Mal Defense Lawyer

Trying two medical malpractice cases back-to-back was unusual, but not overwhelming, for Springfield attorney Brian D. Malkmus. “You figure you’re going to work, whether it’s in the courtroom or the of-fice,” he said. But getting defense verdicts in each case ...

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'Black Teeth' Result In $250K Dental Malpractice Verdict – Bacteria Caused Discoloration Of Veneers

A recent $250,000 verdict against a St. Louis dentist may cause attorneys to reconsider the conventional wisdom that dental malpractice cases are not worth the effort. Leslie Wayne, 31, sued after the cosmetic veneers placed on her teeth by Dr. ...

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Patient Had Multiple Hernia Surgeries – Back-To-Back Wins For Med-Mal Defense Lawyer

Trying two medical malpractice cases back-to-back was unusual, but not overwhelming, for Springfield attorney Brian D. Malkmus. “You figure you’re going to work, whether it’s in the courtroom or the of-fice,” he said. But getting defense verdicts in each case ...

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