Practices


Arbitration in Nursing Home Dispute is Bad for Resident Care

October 10, 2007 - Alabama nursing homes require mandatory, binding arbitration clauses in admission forms. Read More


Nursing Home Abuse at Privately-Held Facilities Should be Investigated

October 9, 2007 - To US Senators want to know if nursing home abuse and neglect are more prevalent in facilities owned by private Wall Street equity firms, and they are asking the Government Accountability... Read More


Nursing Home Abuse Neglect & Little known Facts

October 9, 2007 - Would it surprise you to know that nursing home abuse and neglect is more prevalent in facilities that are owned by private investment firms. With many of our elderly in need of nursing... Read More


Insurer to pay $20M in Bad Faith Insurance Case

August 16, 2007 - In the largest settlement to date in a Pennsylvania insurance bad faith case, The Princeton Insurance Co. has agreed to pay $20 million to settle a claim brought on behalf of a tavern that... Read More


Bars can be Held Liable for Drunks’ Accidents

April 7, 2005 - When Brandy Ferguson filed a lawsuit against The Rum Jungle about the death of her 27-year-old husband, she stepped into an area of legal liability not popular with many jurors. Read More


Nursing Home Plaintiffs Targeted By Tort Reform

September 1, 2003 - Nursing home residents and their families seeking to sue for injuries stemming from substandard care are feeling the squeeze in many states, as advocates of tort “reform”... Read More


Governor’s son among attorneys suing nursing homes

April 29, 2003 - MONTGOMERY (AP) – When Alabama nursing homes run TV ads criticizing trial lawyers, they are casting a wide net that falls on Gov. Bob Riley's son. Read More


Riley’s son in thick of tort reform battle over nursing homes

April 29, 2003 - MONTGOMERY Gov. Bob Riley's son is on the patients' side of a tort reform war between trial lawyers and nursing home owners, one of the most bitter battles of this legislative season. Read More


Celebrations on trial in wreck

April 24, 2003 - Both sides agree that it was a terrible tragedy the night Christopher Torrence drunkenly drove his high-end Mercedes down North Boulevard at about 125 MPH and crashed, killing himself and... Read More


Rufus Mitchell, Sr. and Rufus Mitchell, Jr., file wrongful death lawsuit against Integrated Health Services

February 27, 2003 - MONTGOMERY, Ala. - Rufus Mitchell Sr. and Rufus Mitchell, Jr., both citizens of Dekalb County, Georgia, have filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Integrated Health Services of Atlanta... Read More


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