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JCW ex rel. Webb v. Wyciskalla

... The same constitutional test of "fair play and substantial justice" as applies to personal jurisdiction applies to assertions of jurisdiction in rem, the Court said ... 14 provides "[t]hat the courts of justice shall be open to every person, and certain remedy afforded for every injury to person ...

McCracken v. Wal-Mart Stores East, LP

... 476 On August 25, 2005, Mr. McCracken filed a personal injury suit against Wal-Mart in the Greene County Circuit Court, alleging that he had incurred the shoulder injury because a Wal-Mart employee negligently pushed the bread rack into his shoulder. ...

Lawrence v. Beverly Manor

... 2007). D. The Provisions Requiring the Parties to Arbitrate any Personal Injury Claims, and Requiring them to Waive their Right to Have Any Such Claims Decided in a Court of Law, are Procedurally and Substantively Unconscionable. ...