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Daughter settles wrongful-death case after nurse injures mother

The daughter of an 82-year-old woman who was struck by a vehicle driven by her nurse and died of complications following the incident has agreed to settle her wrongful-death suit against the nurse’s company for $400,000. Her attorney, Rachel Stahle ...

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Suit against home health care companies settles for $250k

Two home health care companies have agreed to pay $250,000 to the family of a Barry County man who died of sepsis from bedsores while under their care. Troy Townsend, 53, of Washburn, died in December 2014. His three surviving ...

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County resolves claim following disabled man’s death

Callaway County officials have agreed to pay $2 million to settle claims stemming from the death of a developmentally disabled Fulton man whose body was found encased in concrete while he was under county supervision. Ross A. Bridges, an attorney ...

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Family settles wrongful-death suit for $350K

A $350,000 settlement has concluded the wrongful-death case of a woman who perished weeks after a serious car crash, according to the plaintiff’s attorney. Todd Johnson of Votava Nantz & Johnson represented the surviving family of Brenda Register, who suffered ...

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Negligence: Medical Negligence-Wrongful Death-Insurance Question

Where the plaintiffs in a wrongful-death, medical-negligence case argued that the trial court committed reversible error by denying them the right to ask their approved insurance question, the judgment is reversed and remanded because the proper foundation for the question ...

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Concrete-worker’s family settles wrongful-death suit

The parents and child of a worker who died in a construction accident in Jefferson City have settled a claim against a concrete company, one of its employees and the manufacturer of the pumping truck that crushed the victim with ...

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