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August 2017 Archives

Who's responsible for a bite on a school trip?

Imagine allowing your child to go on a field trip to the zoo, only to later find out that your child was bitten by an animal. Who would you be able to blame? Would it be the zoo's responsibility to keep your child safe or the school's job? You signed a waiver for your child to take the trip, so does it apply now?

Women faces medical sexism that's dangerous

If you're female and you develop medical problems where the cause is not immediately obvious, you're likely to experience a sort of gender bias that you wouldn't expect until you've been there. You may find that neither the doctor nor the nurses you're dealing with take your pain or symptoms seriously simply because you're female.

Is a criminal conviction required for a wrongful death case?

Your loved one was killed during what you believe was a criminal act -- a car accident intentionally caused due to road rage. The person who allegedly carried out that act goes to court. On a technicality, though, he or she is not convicted.

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