Published in the July/August edition of WSAJ Trial News.
For years, plaintiffs’ attorneys have routinely asked their opponents to admit the reasonableness of the amounts billed for an injured party’s medical and household expenses. And for years, the defense bar has routinely admitted such bills, unless there was a specific problem with a bill that warranted a denial or an objection.
King 5 reported today that the two African American men arrested at the Philadelphia Starbucks while waiting for their friend to arrive have settled with the company for a symbolic $1 each, and a $200,000 pledge to a program for young entrepreneurs.
KING 5 NEWS: For parents suffering the loss of a child, the grief will always be raw. “On July 7, 2014, our son Bradley Hogue, 19, was horrifically killed on his second day at work,” his mother Deanna Hogue said.
KING 5 NEWS: The family of the two victims killed in the Bellevue Chimney condominiums fire wants to hold the man who police say started the fire accountable. They filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Christo Fournarakis and his wife, along with the Chimney Homeowner's Association.
NORTHWEST ASIAN WEEKLY: Injured international students from the Ride the Ducks accident on the Aurora Bridge will be given private insurance plans if they lose student health coverage during prolonged medical leaves, state officials said last Friday.
MY NORTHWEST: Renters beware: Some landlords may try to scam you out of your security deposit. While state law gives landlords the right to withhold portions of a deposit for damages beyond normal wear and tear, some have made it a practice to keep money they are not entitled to.
KING 5 NEWS: Perhaps the last place you'd expect a person to fly into an angry, violent fit would be in a class designed to curb those exact behaviors -- anger management class. After a woman was attacked in a Bellevue classroom, she's filed a lawsuit.