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Injured pedestrian cannot sue county garbage truck driver (access required)

Sovereign immunity bars a suit against a county garbage truck driver who hit and injured a pedestrian while he was driving his route. Background Defendant was driving his garbage collection route when he struck and injured plaintiff while making a ...

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Mechanic’s lien inferior to trustees’ and lender’s interests (access required)

Where a plumbing company sued to enforce a mechanic’s lien against defendant’s property for unpaid work, the lender and the deed trustees are not necessary parties to the case because, by statute, the lien is inferior to the trustees and ...

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No jurisdiction in divorce case to issue custody order (access required)

The court lacks jurisdiction to enter a child custody order due to the residency of the parties and their child, and because this court has not previously entered a custody order in this divorce case. Background Plaintiff father and defendant ...

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Defense attacked stem cell therapy for back as ‘experimental’ – $250,000 Settlement (access required)

This case arose from a 2016 car accident in which the plaintiff was rear-ended while waiting for the light to turn green. The impact resulted in substantial property damage, and the plaintiff felt immediate, sharp pain to his lumbar spine. ...

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Response to adultery inquiries required (access required)

The plaintiff in this divorce case must respond to an interrogatory and a request for admission concerning misdemeanor acts of adultery despite invoking his right against self-incrimination. Facts The parties were married in 1996. Plaintiff sued for divorce in January ...

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Sale commissioner did not faithfully discharge duties (access required)

A commissioner of sale is personally liable after the net sale proceeds of a marital home in the underlying case were distributed without satisfying petitioner’s lien. The commissioner failed “to file a proper accounting” of all the encumbrances on the ...

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