The attractive nuisance doctrine was developed as an exception to the general rule that a
landowner owes no duty to a trespasser except to refrain from causing willful and wanton injury.
The attractive nuisance doctrine mainly stands for the benefit of ch
I watched the documentary, Hot Coffee, and was stunned at the contents showing the systematic
undermining of our civil justice system. Tort reform, buying of judges and mandatory arbitration
to cut off access to the court system. The U.S. Chamber of Comme
LSTD 509 Research Topic Proposal - Eileen Stafford
Topic: Do Non-Economic Damages Caps Reduce Access to Justice for Victims of Medical Negligence?
Thesis: Because tort law has historically been a question of state law, states have the power to establish
Case Citation: Elizabeth Martin v. Samuel Herzog, 228 N.Y. 164, 126 N.E. 814 (1920).
Facts: The plaintiff and her husband were driving at night with their lights off and were
hit by the defendants car coming from the opposite direction which had crossed t
Wrongful birth is a legal claim or cause of action where a parent (or parents) argues her a doctor:
Didn't properly diagnose a serious medical problem with an unborn fetus, or
Didn't properly warn the parent of the risk of conceiving or giving birth to a