Category Archives: Medical/Health Law


Hot Rods, Loud Noise and Event Thrills – Risk of Liability?

Carol Keough April 30, 2013

While I was sitting at the Spring Nationals of the National Hot Rod Association ( NHRA) at the Purple Raceway in Baytown Texas, I wondered as the cars revved up their engines to extremely high decibals who has liability for potential hearing injury to the 200,000 spectators, many of whom appeared to be oblivious to… Continue Reading »


Employer’s Nondelegable Duty to Provide Safe Workplace

Trisha Barita February 22, 2013

After hearing the story about Carnival’s stranded cruise liner last week in the Gulf of Mexico, I thought about the many employees aboard the ship that worked probably overtime and in difficult conditions to aid in the ship’s voyage back to America. From my understanding, the employees of a cruise ship generally have the quarters… Continue Reading »


NFL Sued for Wrongful Death by Junior Seau’s Family

Trisha Barita January 24, 2013

As we all wait in anticipation to see the million dollar commercials and whether the Baltimore Ravens or the San Francisco 49ers will take home the ultimate NFL prize, the NFL is getting some press for a different reason that is much less pleasant.  On January 23, 2013, Junior Seau’s family and estate sued the NFL… Continue Reading »

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