Stairs are among the most serious accident hazards. the stair accident problem has become even more apparent since 1973 when the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) began issuing systematic reports about stair injurys
Premises liability, slip and fall or trip and fall injuries can occur as a result of dangerous or hazardous conditions on another's property.Property owners are often responsible for injuries that occur on their property, especially if the hazard is not obvious but was known to the owner.
"There's no such thing as a safe stair. It doesn't exist," said John Templer, Professor of Architecture author of "The Staircase," a definitive, two-volume study published in 1992 on stair history, hazards, falls and designs.
that arbitration awards, even ones with glaring errors on their face, are not subject to judicial scrutiny The exceptionspermitting judicial scrutiny, are (1) The award was procured by corruption or fraud
encompasses several causes of action in tort law that arise where an employer is held liable for the tortious acts of an employee because that employer was negligent in providing the employee with the ability to engage in a particular act.
where the state certifies the quality of titles and claims to property, or (friendly) litigation after the transaction where a court rules on the quality of the transferred title.
Risk management is under review. Companies are moving toward a new approach to identifying risk, assessing risk, and managing risk—one that is as dynamic and competitive as the business methods it monitors
Reconstructionists are employed to conduct in-depth collision analysis and reconstruction to identify the collision causation and contributing factors in different types of collisions, including the role of the driver(s), vehicle(s), roadway and the environment
Constructive fraud is the breach of some legal or equitable duty which, irrespective of moral guilt, the law declares fraudulent because of its tendency to deceive others or to violate confidence.
Consumer Fruad and oppressive or unconscionable acts can apply when insurance companys don't pay, when stock brokers, real estate brokers or bankers steal or misrepresent or when fiancial instutituions that are suposed to be on your side do you wrong.