...after he vandalized a base sign in 2003 by splashing his own blood on it. But Apel argued that he should still be able to...
...2006, he has been disabled due to depression, heart disease, and high blood pressure. (Tr. 28-29.) Plaintiff's application for disability was denied...
"By all accounts, decedent was a very intelligent, private and strong-willed woman who 'ran her life the way she wanted to run it,'" Justice John Egan Jr. wrote for a panel that found she was not und
In their Medical Malpractice column, Thomas A. Moore and Matthew Gaier of Kramer, Dillof, Livingston & Moore discuss three decisions issued this year involving claims of liability against health club
...As a result, Henaghan lost consciousness and awoke in a pool of blood. He underwent a surgical procedure in which a plate replaced the skull...
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