Court Radio: Immigration Laws

This week on Court Radio, Dean Weitzman of MyPhillyLawyer and Ricky Palladino of SIP Immigration take calls from listeners regarding immigration laws and other legal matters. [powerpress]

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$4.85M Settlement to Bicyclist Hurt On Poorly-Kept City Sidewalk

A California man has reached a $4.85 million settlement with the City of San Diego in connection to severe injuries he suffered in 2014 when he crashed while riding his bicycle on a sidewalk that had been lifted by large tree roots. The victim, Clifford Brown, landed on his head and tore spinal cord ligaments, lost several teeth and suffered a possible stroke when he and his 21-speed Schwinn bicycle were "launched" about 28 feet...

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Court Radio: Open Topics #3

This week on Court Radio, Dean Weitzman of MyPhillyLawyer answers questions from callers and speaks about current events of the healthcare system. [powerpress]

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$5M Settlement to Family of N.J. Woman Killed in 2014 Car-Truck Crash

The family of a 50-year-old Freehold, N.J., woman who was killed when her car burst into flames after being rear-ended by a tractor-trailer at a red light in 2014 will receive a $5 million settlement in the case. The victim, Heidi Bennett, was killed on March 31, 2014, as she sat in her automobile and was struck by the truck as she was waiting at a red light on the southbound side of Route 9...

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Court Radio: Injuries at Work

This week on Court Radio, Dean Weitzman of MyPhillyLawyer and Jefferey Gross take calls from listeners regarding work injury and workers' compensation. [powerpress]

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$13.4M in Damages Awarded in Med Mal Heart Surgery Case

A Georgia man who suffered catastrophic injuries during heart surgery in 2010 in a South Dakota hospital has been awarded $13.4 million in damages by a federal court judge. The plaintiff, Hudson Myers, was 21 years old when he underwent "controversial" heart valve replacement surgery on Oct. 14, 2010 at Rapid City Regional Hospital, according to a March 3 story by The (Sioux Falls, S.D.) Argus Leader. During the procedure, air bubbles made their way...

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$13.75M Verdict Awarded to Triple Amputee in Medical Malpractice Case

A South Carolina woman will receive $13.75 million in damages from a hospital group after doctors and nurses failed to properly diagnose her illness when she was admitted in December 2012, causing her to lose both legs and one arm to amputation due to sepsis. In a lawsuit filed by the victim, Seletha Gartrell, 54, of Aiken, S.C., claimed that she lost both her legs above the knee, her left arm below the elbow and...

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$52M Verdict in 2013 Florida Car Crash that Severely Injured Family

Five members of a Florida family who were left with severe and permanent injuries after their car was struck from behind by another vehicle at a red light in Florida in 2013 have been awarded $52 million in damages by a jury. The five family members were sitting at a stoplight in a 2011 Nissan Sentra at Southeast Maricamp Road and 31st Street in Ocala, Fla., on Dec. 6, 2013 when the car was slammed...

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Court Radio: Councilman Derek Green

This week on Court Radio, Dean Weitzman of MyPhillyLawyer and Councilman Derek Green talk about medical marijuana, sanctuary cities and the travel ban. [powerpress]

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